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Christmas candy

Christmas is fast approaching and we need to start making our goodies. Here are a few new and old recipes for giving this season. The crunch ball recipe brings back…

Recipes from the past

In conjunction with Linda Emley’s stories about Christmas and Ray County history, I would like to tie in some recipes from days gone by. When I read very old recipes,…

Some good eats

Nothing better than these down-to-earth good eats. These finger-licking good BBQ ribs that are fall-off-the-bones tender. Crunchy potato mounds use up left-over mashed potatoes and who can resist a peanut…

Pat’s Pantry: Left over turkey and ham

By Pat Mills Do you have left over ham and turkey and don’t know what to do with it? With these recipes your family will never know that they are…

Pat’s Pantry: Thanksgiving side dishes

By Pat Mills Are you still making that green bean casserole that you make every year? How about the dressing that you bake in the oven?  Let’s try some new…

Pat’s Pantry: Cranberries and pumpkins

By Pat Mills There are always cranberry and pumpkin dishes on the table at Thanksgiving. This year, try a pumpkin cake in place of pie, and a cranberry relish in…

Pat’s Pantry: The perfect dinner roll

As we near the Thanksgiving and Christmas season, we will be looking for that one perfect recipe that we can’t do without.  A hot buttery roll is a must for…

Pat’s Pantry: Some of the best burgers

By Pat Mills Some of the best burgers don’t even have meat in them. Here are some burger recipes for every taste and style. Burgers are some of the best…

Cold-weather soups

Here we are in the cool fall weather and it’s soup time. Some of these soups are thick and creamy, and warm your body and soul. – Pat  Hearty cheese…

Quick and healthy

Want to try some healthy and quick recipes? These are delicious, heart healthy and quick. It’s food loaded with flavor, but low in salt. Or, if you prefer, the salt…