A chili winner for the winter

Kendall Heath does not like “traditional” chili. So her mother, Staycie, took notice when her 15-year-old daughter came home talking about a white chicken chili that her friend’s mom made. Staycie found a recipe on a site called “Plain Chicken” that was such a hit in her family, she decided to enter the dish in... Continue Reading →

Making apple butter on Boozy Creek Road

Out on Boozy Creek Road in Blountville, Tennessee, something big happens every fall at Salem United Methodist Church. For the last 40 years, the church has made apple butter. But not just some apple butter. This year, Salem members sliced and cooked 200 bushels of Double Red Rome apples to make 450 gallons of the... Continue Reading →

Compassion cooking

Here are recipes offered by our readers in response to the question: What’s your go-to recipe to take to a family when they have lost a loved one? See also: Food to take to sad families LOVE SOUP 1lb. ground round 1 chopped onion1 envelope dried onion soup mix1 bottle V8 vegetable juice1 12 oz.... Continue Reading →

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