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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Charro Beans

Howdy y’all, and thanks for stopping by the website! If you are looking for the best tasting beans I’ve ever made, you have come to the right place. Charro beans are a full meal, with four different types of meat and a whole lot of flavor. Charro beans were originally made to feed a bunch…

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Old Fashioned Chicken and Dumplings

Kent Rollins Chicken and Dumplings

Howdy folks! Thanks for stopping by the website. If you’ve landed here, you are looking for a recipe for some old fashioned chicken ‘n dumplings. You’ve come to the right place, my friend. Chicken ‘n Dumplings is one of the most nostalgic comfort foods for me. I can’t tell you how many times growing up…

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Tomato Soup

Kent Rollins Creamy Tomato Soup

Howdy, y’all and thanks for stopping by the website. Today we are going to make the easiest, creamiest homemade ‘mater soup you’ve ever tasted. It really doesn’t get any better than serving up a hot steaming bowl of thick, creamy soup, now, does it? My favorite thing about this soup is that the ingredients are…

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Trail Stew

Kent Rollins Trail Stew

Howdy y’all, and thanks for stopping by the website! Today, I’ve recreated a recipe that was frequently made by Old Cookie for the cowboys out on the trail from about 1870-1890. The meat and vegetables would change from time to time, depending on what Cookie had on hand or could find in the wild, but…

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Red Beans and Rice

Kent Rollins Red Beans and Rice

It’s finally fall outside here in Oklahoma and I am ready for some comfort food. I may be in Oklahoma today, but my taste buds are going to take a trip to Louisiana. I’ve got a good pound of dry kidney beans sorted and soaking and I’m ready to get a move on. Laissez les…

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Chicken Noodle Soup with Homemade Egg Noodles

For generations, chicken noodle soup has topped the list of comfort foods. But, when it’s homemade with homemade egg noodles, it goes way beyond comfort. It’s the best thing ever, and it sure is easy to make. Broth Basics A good chicken noodle soup starts with a good broth, and this one is s0 simple…

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Cowboy Gumbo

We’re going a little Cajun today and cooking up a traditional Louisiana gumbo, but of course, we’re gonna doing it cowboy style with the help of our friend Justin Wilson. Take Your Time The recipe for this Cowboy-style Cajun Gumbo is really easy, but it does take a little time. If you try to rush…

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New Orleans Red Beans and Rice

Folks, we’ve been in a  little bit of a cajun mood so we decided to enjoy and little red beans and rice. I grew up on beans, Mama always said it was a substitute for mean because they are cheaper and will fill you up! There are several different ways to prepare this dish, but…

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Beef Stroganoff

Looking to take the chill off on a cold day? Hey We have got you fixed up with a one pot meal, you won’t dirty anymore, what is it- Beef Stroganoff! This isn’t your typical Hamburger Helper from the box, because we are making this from scratch come so come join us!

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