In The Kitchen

Sheila’s Grape Salad

Sheila’s Grape Salad

By Steve Hall

Sheila’s Grape Salad is a fresh summer dish. It is a great treat to bring to a get together. There is something funny about this recipe. Even though you use grapes, the taste will remind you of a caramel apple from the fair! Ingredients: • 3 cups seedless red grapes • 3 cups seedless green grapes • 1-8 oz package of cream cheese • 1 cup li...

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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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Country@Heart Dinner Diaries

Off-the-Grid S’mores
Off-the-Grid S’mores

By Tim H. Martin

Making s'mores around a campfire should be a fun and simple activity, but the kids all too often end up with charred marshmallows, grit in their teeth and singed eyebrows. Raise your hand if you've ever gotten impatient and stuck your marsh... READ MORE


Crescent City Shrimp Creole
Crescent City Shrimp Creole

By Tim H. Martin

New Orleans’ prodigal son re-creates signature dish. — Recipe by Tim H. Martin Preliminary Directions and Ingredients: First, peel and devein 2 1/4 pounds raw shrimp. Also, finely chop 1⁄4 cup green onions (green stems fo... READ MORE


Midnight Mac & Cheese
Midnight Mac & Cheese

By Tim H. Martin

I've just learned that my great aunt Lendol Bryan passed away at the age of 96. She was one of the sweetest, most gracious ladies I've ever known. Aunt Lendol was well-known around my little hometown in north Alabama for her good humor, her... READ MORE


Alabama Red Beans & Rice
Alabama Red Beans & Rice

By Tim H. Martin

I've had a couple of friends from New Orleans ask me what made these "Alabama" red beans and rice. I reminded them that Louisiana isn't the only state with Cajun and Creole culture. Alabama has plenty of Cajuns, too, down in our own bayou ... READ MORE


Winter’s Day Etouffee
Winter’s Day Etouffee

By Tim H. Martin

Winter's Day Etouffée Recipe: Author's Note:• If you’re not a big fan of mudbugs, don’t fret — substituting shrimp is an excellent alternative. To Begin:• First, peel and de-vein 1 to 1 1/2 pounds raw shri... READ MORE


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