Kent Rollins Thanksgiving Sides

Howdy, y’all. Today, I am so glad to share with all of you three Thanksgiving side dishes that Shannon and I have at our table every November. Thanksgiving is every day here at the ranch, because gratitude and faith are so important to us. I am honored for each of you that will serve these…

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Sometimes it’s just too hot to build a fire and cook. So, it’s time to step away from the fire for awhile. During the summer Shan and I eat quite a few salads. Mama used to make this dish for us when we were growing up. It’s an easy throw together with a Mexican flare…

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Citrus twist combined with crunchy pears and apples topped with pistachios makes this a refreshing salad. Serves about 10Prep Time: 10 minutesTotal Time: 4 hours 10 minutes Ingredients 3 medium Granny Smith apples 4 pears1⁄2 cup sour cream4 oz cream cheese, softened 1 pkg. lemon Jello2 tablespoons sugar2 tablespoons light brown sugar1⁄2 cup chopped pistachios…

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We all have traditions we cherish and the one I miss the most is a huge family gathered around the table to partake in the Thanksgiving day festivities. I may not always remember the exact meal we had but I do remember there was always family and friends gathered around – and there was ALWAYS Mama’s Cranberry…

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I’m a beef guy. I’ve raised it, fed it, cussed it when it was trying to run me over in the pasture and I’ve cooked it. So naturally, I thought the grill is for beef, boy was I wrong. Romaine is my favorite type of lettuce and it’s perfect for the grill because it holds…

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  This recipe came about when I was cooking on a ranch and due to weather we had been in there a few extra days. I was quickly running out of groceries but knew I had to feed those fellers. I had a lot of potatoes but no oil to fry them in. As I…

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