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"Not bad. They didn't hold together real well and maybe if the turkey had been finely shredded they would have..."
Nov 29, 2010 on Food.com
My mother was from Kentucky and my father from Louisiana so I grew up eating a lot of spicy southern food. I still love spicy food but try to make healthy changes to family recipes where I can, without losing the quality of the recipe.
My mothers specialty was pies and I have followed that tradition. During the holidays she would begin cooking 6 days before the holiday. On Thanksgiving Eve she would have an open house and family & friends would come for pie & coffee.
The remaining family is scattered about the United States but when my husband & I travel to see our family we take many pies and a cooler with ice and containers. Each place we stop we visit we leave a pie and take a container of their food. By the time we return home we have plenty of everyones best and our family loves to get the pies!
cornbread & beans
sweet potato & eggnog pie