So, what's for supper?
I come from a long line of good, old fashioned Mom-style cooks.
I can still remember how good my Grandma's kitchen smelled, the steam rising from the pots and pans on the stove. My Grandpa was convinced he required three hot meals a day, and for 45 years, she provided them. Dumplings, fried chicken, fried potatoes, pies, and, of course, biscuits with gravy at every meal. Lord, now that woman could cook.
My own mother is no slouch in the kitchen either. I remember when I was growing up, and dinner was served exactly at 5:00 o'clock. Pork chops, the Sunday roast, & mountains of mashed potatoes, Homemade flour tortillas, meatloaf, and fried okra.
She and my Dad made Fudge and Divinity at Christmas, & there were cookies in the jar year 'round. Life doesn't get any better.
As for me, I can cook a little, and I have the Girl Scout Merit Badge, and a blue ribbon from the county fair to prove it.
Nothing fancy you understand, just plain ol' good, filling food.
You're welcome to my recipe box, such as it is.