A Gorgeous Vintage Apple Pudding Recipe by Sheryl of “A Hundred Years Ago”

I generally like old-fashioned fruit puddings, so I was pleased when I saw a recipe for Apple Pudding in a hundred-year-old cookbook. Most modern apple recipes call for cinnamon and other spices, so I was surprised that this recipe didn’t use any spices. But they weren’t needed–the Apple Pudding was pure apple and delightful. The […]…

Guest Chef Wednesday! Suzie’s Grandma’s Old Fashioned Sweet Buttermilk Skillet Cornbread

  Here’s a sweet, moist and tender cornbread to go alongside yesterday’s Pony Express Cowboy Beans! In my opinion, few things pair better with a large, steaming bowl of chili (or beans) than cornbread! Today’s delicious offering is from our friend Suzie who gathered it from her Grandmother who collected it from “her” Grandmother– it’s that memorable…

Southern Smothered Chicken Breasts with Onion Gravy & Food Facts of the Old South

This week’s recipes will be dedicated to the Rich South where regional cuisine developed local food supplies and blended with the varied cultural backgrounds of its cooks. The rural agricultural South produced vegetables, fruits, nuts, rice and corn. Game was plentiful: deer, rabbits, squirrels, birds and ducks of all kinds. Oysters, crabs, shrimp, saltwater and…