In The Kitchen

Fred’s Seafood Surprise

Fred’s Seafood Surprise

By Steve Hall

If you like seafood this will satisfy your taste buds big time. It is easy to make and has so many great flavors. It's warm and buttery and yummy. I'm going to make some right now! Ingredients: • 4 cups of whole milk • 2 cups whipping cream • 1-12 oz bag of salad shrimp • 2 cans of fancy whole clams (juice and all) • 1 can crab meat •...

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Easy Venison Chili Con Carne

Easy Venison Chili Con Carne

By Stacy Harris

If you like Chili you will absolutely love this Easy Venison Chili Con Carne. Its easy to make, will feed an army and everyone is sure to love it. Perfect for after those cold morning hunts when you need something to warm you up but not be too spicy hot. Serves 6 to 8. Ingredients: • 1 16-ounce can tomatoes, diced • 3 teaspoons minced canned chipotle chile in ad...

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Country@Heart Dinner Diaries

Tim’s ‘Mater Gravy
Tim’s ‘Mater Gravy

By Tim H. Martin

Before you country cookin' traditionalists look at these ingredients and start throwing tomatoes at me, I confess my recipe is a bit different than what most mawmaws make. Leave out the hot sauce, garlic, Worcestershire sauce and cayenne pe... READ MORE


Sara’s Beef Stew
Sara’s Beef Stew

By Tim H. Martin

Recipe courtesy of J. Wayne Fears and his book “The Lodge Book of Dutch Oven Cooking.” Makes 6-8 portions Ingredients: 1 package Adolph’s Beef Stew Mix2 tablespoons vegetable oil3 pounds beef round, cut into 1-inch cubes1... READ MORE


Creole Chicken & Okra
Creole Chicken & Okra

By Tim H. Martin

Sometimes I buy a cookbook just for one or two recipes. When I heard about "Cooking Up a Storm," I knew there would be dozens of recipes I'd like, which proved to be true. After Hurricane Katrina, there was risk of losing much of the old Lo... READ MORE


Tasso: America’s Great Unknown Secret Ingredient
Tasso: America’s Great Unknown Secret Ingredient

By Tim H. Martin

So, what is tasso? I believe it’s the best-kept secret ingredient in all of American food culture. Unless you’re from the Cajun Country of southern Louisiana, you’ve probably never heard of it — even my spell-checker... READ MORE


Cajun-fried Largemouth Bass
Cajun-fried Largemouth Bass

By Tim H. Martin

Catch and Release, Into Hot Grease! Ingredients and Directions: In a lidded container, combine 1/4 cup hot sauce with 1 cup buttermilk. Soak up to a dozen hand-sized bass fillets in the liquid for a minimum of two hours, preferably overnigh... READ MORE


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