I'm not that girl.
Just before Christmas I came across some of the "church lady" cookbooks I've been given over the years. I guess technically that name is inaccurate, because some of the contributors are men, but the vast majority are those nice ladies that always provide things for church events. Every church has them (as is evidenced by the 4 different books I have from different places).
So I decided that I would cook one of those traditional, old school, down home, from your grandmother's memory recipes each month and share it with you. I may do more than one, but we'll see how time works out. I'll try to pick some of my favorites as well as some of the most-often-seen at-church events. The best part is that most of these are made out of things we all have in the cabinet or fridge (sorry Rachel Ray, love your stuff, but jeez you use a lot of ingredients) and they are generally pretty easy to put together.
I'm going to be replacing my previous book challenge tab (under the header photo) with this one and add the posts along the way as we eat! Feel free to come walk down food memory lane with me.
[BTW, I changed the comments section so now you can comment to me or reply to others. It does require picking the "embedded" option in Blogger settings, so let me know if this causes anyone problems. I just really like the idea of being able to answer the occasional questions people ask. ]