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... 11.30am at the old mill. This was used in the opening of gone with the wind. Stunning location for lunch, by far the best lunch location so far. Turquoise water, old fashioned brick mill, lush green grass and quirky wooden bridges. Much need lift today with long van journeys that we have today. After another hour or so drive up an Arkansas Ouachita mountain that is 2,681-foot up, we arrive at our campsite the ...
... skins, pits removed and chopped (approximately 20 peaches)
1 large orange with rind, quartered and seeds removed
1 large lemon with rind, quartered and seeds removed
8 cups sugar
6 pint canning jars with lids, sterilized
Using a food processor or blender, puree the orange and lemon until smooth. Add the peaches to the citrus mixture and pulse until smooth (you may need to work in batches). In a ...
... and even golf tournaments. The bakery also does complete meals for families even during the holidays.
Sarah says, “Cakes may take 4 to 5 hours or even up to a week to make all of the characters.” And you will find all of her confections made from scratch. No mixes in MaaMaw’s kitchen. Everything is made to order including fondant, using real sugar, butter, flour and fresh fruits. Sarah ...
... br> 1 can lima beans
1 Tbs liquid smoke
½ cup brown sugar
½ cup catsup
Garlic salt to taste
½ cup picante sauce (optional)
Cook on high until bubbly, turn to low then simmer 1 to 2 hours. The longer they simmer the better. I like to let them go at least 3 hours.
My Nana’s Shrimp Dip – Perfect with those big fat Fritos
1 package small frozen shrimp thawed and drained
8 oz sour cream
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It’s been said, "For those who believe, no explanation is necessary. For those who do not believe, no explanation is possible." In the hours after the devastating tornado that sheared the Joplin, Missouri landscape like a razor on the first day of boot camp, the stories of the butterfly people fluttered in and throughout disaster relief stations, emergency waiting rooms, shelters, churches and ...