"Lucille was the kind of lady who shucked her own beans and canned her own jam."

Share Granny's love of food and home cooking through her beautiful hand-written southern recipes.

Did You Know?

Lightly Spooned, huh?

Southern recipes will sometimes call for flour to be lightly spooned. All this means is to gently spoon your flour into the measuring cup, leveling it off at the top. Lightly packed, not compressed.

Quickie House Seasoning!

Always have a little house seasoning on hand! 1 cup salt, 1/4 cup ground black pepper, 1/4 cup onion powder. Paula Deen uses garlic powder. Swap one for the other, or use both for extra kick! Keeps for up to six months.

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