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April 9, 2007 Jo Ann Grantland of Morgan County says she never thought of herself as a great cook, but those closest to her might disagree.
March 1, 2007 Sarah said she wanted to share recipes that were a little different from the norm, like Cincinnati Chili. And since Sarah often cooks for a crowd, several of the following recipes, like Chicken and Wild Rice Soup and French Toast Soufflé, are ideal for family gatherings.
February 1, 2007 Originally from Bakersfield, Calif., Margaret Fox says she and husband Dave thought seriously about where they wanted to make a home for themselves and their sons before settling in Brantley, Ala.
January 2, 2007 Debbie Davis Goodwin of Hartselle says her mother couldn’t get her into the kitchen when she was a girl, but there’s no denying that her mother’s cooking influenced Debbie.

December 29, 2006 Jeanette Braden of Cleburne County says she’ll never act like an old lady.
“I’m not old. I’ve just been here several years,” she says.
She and her husband, Joe, live in Heflin in Cleburne County where both were born and attended the same school.
November 25, 2006 “I really love kids,” says Libby Ousley of Billingsley, whose life demonstrates that love.
After retiring from International Paper, she began substitute teaching at the Billingsley School where three of her grandchildren are students and her daughter-in-law is a teacher.

October 9, 2006 In Monroe County, the first and third Saturdays of every month are filled with the sweet, smoky scent of barbecue and the spicy aroma of shrimp and gumbo, thanks to the folks of Cherry Street Bar-B-Q in Monroeville.
September 30, 2006 Despite being busier during “retirement” than most people, Cherokee County native Dewandee Neyman insists there are some things she’ll always make time for.
“I believe in the family table. My boys didn’t grow up on sandwiches or food from a drive-through window. We always had meals. My grandbabies eat breakfast and lunch at my table now, so I look for easy recipes that don’t keep me in the kitchen too long,” says Neyman
August 1, 2006 “Family is just fun,” says Linda Wallace of Colbert County who views her country kitchen as one way to show her family how much she appreciates them.
July 11, 2006 Denise Henry of Montgomery County cooks well, and she cooks big. A mother of five, she says that sometimes the greatest challenge of cooking is having the kids underfoot while trying to get supper to the table.
June 1, 2006 Nancy Garrison and husband Phillip of Cullman County are living memorials to the generations they follow.
May 3, 2006 Joy Thornhill of Jackson County said her daddy always told her, “Every woman needs to know how to make a good cake, a good pot of coffee, and fry a good chicken.”
April 5, 2006 Anyone who knows Sarah Lazzari of Baldwin County knows two things about her. One, she is quite a character. Two, she is a great supporter of agriculture.
March 2, 2006 Three decades ago, Carolyn Hill made a decision that changed her life. It was a decision she has never regretted. She and her husband, Del, moved to the country to run Selwood Farm, a business they inherited from Del’s father.
February 7, 2006 Diane Harrison of Perry County is the quintessential homemaker. If it’s related to pots and pans or needle and thread, chances are Diane does it.
January 1, 2006 Jimmy Durbin’s wife vowed she’d “never live with a farmer.” But for the past 35 years, Jettie Durbin has been eating her words and her husband’s cooking.
December 2, 2005 The staff of the Alabama Farmers Federation cooks up some tasty holiday treats and shares the recipes with you for this Christmas season.
November 3, 2005 Calhoun County's Linda Findley invites readers into her country kitchen, which is only a stone's throw from the kitchen where her mother cooked while her father worked on their dairy and poultry farm in Alexandria.
October 1, 2005 Whether we spend our days on the farm or in the office, it's probably been a while since you heard folks complain about free time on their hands. While no one seems to know where the time goes, Dorothy Cook and her family in Crenshaw County have found a way to make the most of their time together.
September 17, 2005 Sandi Klingler has a wall full of blue ribbons at her farmhouse in Bullock County, but none are more special than the one she earned for her Black-Bottom Pecan Pie back in 1992 in the South Alabama Fair’s Crisco pie-baking contest.

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