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"This here's a mighty fine way to dress up a plain ol' hotdog! (My old man sure took a liking' to these fancy dogs!) I like to use my Granny's old crock pot, so after I done got the sauce made on the stove, I crocked 'em with the sauce fer 'bout 3 hours on high, then 'bout an hour on low. The smell in the old shack here was mighty fine. And the..."
"Let me be the first 'un to say that this here's a mighty tasty recipe. I had to talk my ol' man into it tho 'cause he thinks if he ain't got no meat on his plate, it ain't worth the effort to take off his hat and sit down at the eatin'-table. I had to tell him to imagine thar was 'possum in it. Then after I told him I was gonna broom-slap his s..."
"Why I do declare! This Mexican dish was put t'gether in two shakes of a sheep's tail! It was so cheesy and sat down so purty on our plates! My young'uns raved about it, why you'da done thought they wuz at Taco Bell! I added 'bout twic't tha chicken 'called for cause Granny done got herself confused yes'tiddy and killed us two of our yard hens ..."
"Whee-hooo! Lemme say rite now, folks, that you ain't never had a more tender piece o' meat than this! (why, Granny didn't even haf' ta' put in her teeth to eat thissun!) Naw, seriously, tho this do be mighty good, and tha gravy is a pur't' delight! Now be sure to make some mashed taters to go wid this, 'cause the gravy be beggin' for it!"
"I substituted fresh broccoli for the frozen, because I had some that I wanted to use up, and it worked like a charm. This is the first time I have ever cooked a casserole in my crockpot, and it turned out perfectly! My husband, who is not a big fan of cooked broccoli even raved! In fact, he asked to take some of the leftovers to work with him......"
"This brings back memories of my Mom and me standing at the sink cutting kernels off the cob, getting ready to freeze corn. This recipe is a tried and true Southern favorite, and in my book, it even beats the taste of fresh corn on the cob. Another step I remember my mom taking: after cutting the kernels off the cob, she turned her knife, blunt s..."