6 Tasty Recipes for New Years Day!

Happy New Year! We are all still stuffed from Christmas, we partied all night on New Year’s Eve, and here we are, hungry – and maybe we have a little headache – on New Year’s Day. Here are some fantastic recipes to help you cowboy up your New Year’s traditions. Poor Man’s Sausage It’s a…

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Leanne Morgan’s Cream Cheese and Sausage Casserole

Every Christmas, Leanne Morgan’s children start asking about breakfast. “Make the casserole!!” they demand. So, when we invited Leanne and the kids to camp with us, it was the Christmas morning breakfast casserole that she wanted to share with us. The kids were right! It’s a delicious and easy casserole. You really can’t mess up…

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Poor Man’s Sausage

It’s a Southern tradition to have black-eyed peas on New Year’s Day to bring good luck in the year ahead. Instead of just eating a spoonful, try this recipe which puts a different spin on an ol’ black-eyed pea and you just might think you’re eating meat! Shan and I wish you many blessings in…

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15 Bean Soup

Kent Rollins' Hambeens 15 Bean Soup

Beans have always been a simple and delicious way to feed a lot of people. Today, we’re using Hurst’s Hambeen 15 bean soup mix, adding some delicious homemade Mexican Bratwurst, and some dried chilies to make a delicious bean soup that will taste even better the day after you make it! We appreciate you sharing…

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Scalloped Taters

Howdy folks, and thanks for stopping by the website! You are in for a treat – this is the most flavorful recipe for scalloped taters that I’ve ever tasted. The secret ingredient? French onion dip. This is a perfect dish to bring to any potluck – it’s even good enough for Easter Sunday. The Sauce…

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Black Eyed Pea Soup

Howdy folks, and thanks for stopping by the website. This recipe is perfect for the traditional American southern New Years’ meal: Black Eyed Pea Soup. When my dad was a kid, they used to let the peas dry right on the vine. They kept so well that they were always a good bet to eat…

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Egg Nog French Toast

On a blue enamel plate, four thick slices of egg nog French toast are crookedly stacked, with a large pat of butter on top, and maple syrup cascading down the sides, forming a pool at the bottom.

Merry Christmas to all, and thank you for stopping by the website! This year, we wanted to bring you a special and unique recipe to share with your family at the holidays. The surest way to please everyone? Homemade egg nog, and egg nog French toast. The tricky part will be keeping enough egg nog…

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Our Thanksgiving Feast

Folks, it’s that time of year when we all gather around the table, join hands to bless the food and have to loosen the belt about 10 notches… well at least I do. But today is special, because we’re not only sharing one of our favorite dishes for Turkey Day, we are sharing many of…

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Perfect Dutch Oven Pot Roast

Kent Rollins Perfect Pot Roast

Howdy yall, and thanks for stopping by the website! This classic recipe has graced our table so many Sundays in my life. From when I was a child all the way to today, where I’m one of the older folks around the table – pot roast is a meal that has always brought families together.…

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Smoked Hamloaf

Smoked Ham Loaf - Cowboy Kent Rollins

Howdy, y’all and welcome to the website. As long as I can remember, every Easter morning, my mother would pull a Hamloaf out of the oven. People would come from all over to grab a slice of her Ham Loaf. My mother was a great cook. I love her so much – she was my…

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