Sunday dinner for 37 grannies: Cooking with Concord

If you’ve viewing this story in email, please click on TheCall2Cook.com for best presentation and to see all the photos. The bacon-wrapped chicken is making me hungry. And I’m definitely stealing the recipe for cornbread salad. Today I’m a guest in the kitchen at Concord United Methodist Church in Knoxville, Tennessee. Our mission is to... Continue Reading →

Cornbread Salad: Crumbled up and crazy good

If you’ve viewing this story in email, please click on TheCall2Cook.com for best presentation and to see all the photos. The first time I saw cornbread salad at a church dinner, I was reluctant to try it. Now that I’m older and wiser, I’ll say you should definitely try this. I couldn’t find the origin,... Continue Reading →

The memory-making power of Dad’s skillet

Eston Boles was a great cook, his daughter remembers. He had to be, because he was the eldest of 13 children born to tenant farmers in Spring City, Tennessee. “His mother taught him to cook to help her,” says his daughter, the Rev. Sherry Boles. When Sherry’s parents married, they moved to Chattanooga, but Eston... Continue Reading →

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