Like many people, some family favorites get lost or just can’t quite be replicated by the next generation. My grandmother Ava made the BEST Parker House rolls and since she passed, everyone in the family has tried their hand, multiple times, to recreate her rolls. I have about 5 different recipes that are claimed to be HER recipe. We’ve come awfully close. Grandma was a fantastic cook and the sweetest woman ever. Maybe part of the mystique is that her food came with lots of love behind it.
Here is a recipe written by my mother, in her Kentucky DAR Cookbook, for Grandma’s rolls.
Cheese straws are the perfect appetizer to go with cocktails! Cousin David has the reputation of being the best at making Cheese Straws. Here are some recipes mom had marked in her cookbooks.
Growing up in Kentucky, corn pudding was always on the menu for any holiday. There are many different recipes. The ones below are taken from notes in my mother’s cookbooks!
Growing up in Kentucky, spoon bread was always on the menu for any holiday. There are many different recipes. The ones below are taken from notes in my mother’s cookbooks!
This recipe is served as a starter to each dinner table at Kindred Restaurant in Davidson, North Carolina. But the dough doesn’t stop there. It can be used as sandwich bread, French toast, burger buns, doughnuts, and more. This is a bread that merges utility and taste, seamlessly.
Source: Kindred’s Milk Bread Recipe on Food52
Flatbread with chocolate filling and a surprising hint of licorice.
Source: Anise-Chocolate Flatbread Recipe | King Arthur Flour