Author: Lottie M. Hancock

Copy-Cat Shake and Bake Pork Chops

Copy-Cat Shake and Bake Pork Chops

If you grew up with that wonderful Kraft Shake and Bake sending delicious smells through your childhood home like I did, I believe you will appreciate this recipe. Oven fried pork chops are juicy and tender with a blend of seasonings that make the mouth 

Personal Pan Pizzas

Personal Pan Pizzas

Biscuit personal pan pizzas are a great way to make sure everyone gets what they want. Whether you crave pepperoni, cheese, Hawaiian, broccoli, mushroom, or flat out deluxe (my favorite), it can be tailor fit for the family. My daughter, Terri, made these the other 

Old Fashioned Pancakes

Old Fashioned Pancakes

Old fashioned pancakes brings back memories of Sunday mornings growing up in my little house. Sometimes my mom would make them for a lunch or supper, as well. I do the same thing. When they ask what’s for supper, I answer “breakfast!”. It is always 

Table Talk: Heaven’s in the Biscuits!

Table Talk: Heaven’s in the Biscuits!

Oh my gravy… and biscuits! Yep, I am diving back into an old favorite of mine. Those wonderful, fluffy biscuits. I have touched on this Southern delicacy before when I shared my recipe for homemade buttermilk biscuits, but my daughter has been telling me about 

Copy-Cat Rice-a-Roni Spanish Rice

Copy-Cat Rice-a-Roni Spanish Rice

This has been a fun and delicious week! Cinco de Mayo is a great way to celebrate the Mexican heritage, especially with food. This week we enjoyed Queso Chicken, homemade burritos made with the leftovers plus refried beans, and tonight we will have fish tacos. 

5-Ingredient Queso Chicken

5-Ingredient Queso Chicken

Happy Cinco de Mayo! I am having so much fun cooking this week! My eldest daughter, Bonnie, called me the other day to tell me about a recipe for queso chicken she just threw together for her family. Being a mom is busy enough but 

Cream of Something Soup Mix

Cream of Something Soup Mix

The weather is changing but cream soups are used all year round in many of our recipes. This cream of something soup mix is a staple in my pantry as I use it not only in making creamed soups that normally come in a can, 

Table Talk: Eternity Stew

Table Talk: Eternity Stew

Let me show you how Eternity Stew saved us during the freak winter storm here in Texas. The Crock Pot was my best friend! Texas is known for many things – great people, amazing food, beautiful sunsets – but NOT for our winters. Winter is 

Oh My Gravies!!

Oh My Gravies!!

2020 really tried hard to bite us in the biscuits. Oh my gravy, truth is truth! But what do we do when someone wants our biscuits? WE MAKE GRAVY! Gravy is something that I used to really have trouble with. My mama, bless her soul, 

Peanut Butter Cookies

Peanut Butter Cookies

Peanut butter cookies are a classic treat and are oh so easy to make! These cookies are soft and moist with a slight crisp on the outside. It’s funny how so many childhood memories are around baking or eating cookies. I enjoyed making these with