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Quick and tasty
Cooking is no big deal for Sherry Summers.
She does it every day. Her family is very grateful that she does. They’ll even call and ask what’s for supper.
A love of cooking
You know how the rush-rush-rush of making a holiday meal can sap all the joy out of it?
Faye Parker can solve that problem in three words.
Make in advance.
My Favorite Recipe: Having a ball
Sioux Pyle Ryan has always liked to cook.
Since she started helping with the grade-school cooks when she was little, sometimes it seems like she’s been doing it her whole life.
Heart and soul
Not on Jesse Toothman’s table.
He’s all about from-scratch cooking.
Mixing it up
Don’t mess with the dressing.
Thanksgiving is all about tradition, especially the meal.
And you don’t fool around with tradition.
But, maybe this year, instead of the usual dressing, you might want to shake things up a bit. Be different.
Try a crab dressing.
A little different
Sometimes you take a favorite dish with you wherever you go.
Kind of like Marion Countians and their pepperoni rolls.
Easy but so good
Married for 43 years, Linda and Mickey Abruzzino are a perfect match.
Some people, when they need a new recipe, go to a big shiny cookbook, filled with color pictures on slick, glossy paper.
Donna Fluharty, though, prefers to make family favorites. And for this, she turns to the little, well-worn, bound cookbook her mother-in-law had compiled.
Somethin’ from the oven
How many people remember the jingle, “Nothin’ says lovin’ like somethin’ from the oven”?
Keeping up traditions
When the Angottis head up the interstate and arrive at Duvall-Rosier Field, they’re there to do more than watch their son, Mike Lopez, coach the Fairmont State Fighting Falcons.
They’re there to share time, memories and food with family and friends.
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