Source: Opéra Garnier….. Paris – France
Source: Grilled Chicken Marinade
Even though Cornbread and Biscuits are made in every region, we Southerners always think ours are the best! Biscuits seem to be the higher culinary art compared to Cornbread’s rustic texture. And the truth is, Cornbread has it’s roots in poverty, but often graces the finest tables. French trained Southern Chef Virginia Willis said it best:
‘…cornbread and barbeque are close to religion in the South… cornbread was the primitive Baptist to the Episcopalian biscuit, the all night tent revival to the prayer luncheon.’
Give Southerners a sack of cornmeal and- if they’ve lived here for more than a generation or two… they’ll have at least a half dozen recipes that are based on the simple recipe for Cornbread. There’ll be no looking up recipes, it will be second nature as the Southern cook will know exactly which one to use for which meal.
- Onion studded Hushpuppies are perfect with seafood,
- Slender Corn Sticks seem to finish a big…
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Today’s team review is from Terry, she blogs at http://terrytylerbookreviews.blogspot.co.uk/
Terry has been reading Do You Realize by Kevin Kuhn
Do You Realize by Kevin Kuhn
4 out of 5 stars
This is a most unusual and interesting novel, categorised on Amazon under ‘metaphysical and visionary’, and ‘time travel’.
George is your average American middle-aged husband and father, unstimulated by his job, with a marriage that’s lost its joy, and the usual teenage children angst. On his morning journeys to work he gets to know the curious Shiloh, who philosophises about life, the universe and everything, and asks him to beta test a new app for an Apple watch. There is, of course, more to both Shiloh and the app than meet the eye.
Meanwhile, back in his normal life, George struggles with family problems ~ his daughter has a bad car accident, his son is being difficult and…
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