The Times West Virginian

My Favorite Recipe

My Favorite Recipe
  • Lifelong love

    When Lorie Greynolds was just a little girl, like many other little girls before and after her, she was given an Easy Bake oven.
    She was mesmerized.

    May 4, 2011

  • Debbie Davis Fill ’em full

    When Debbie Davis says she cooks for a crowd, she doesn’t mean 10 or so people.
    Not even 20.
    Or 30.

    April 27, 2011 1 Photo

  • Country cooking

    Being a good cook seems to be in Anne Hando’s blood. From her parents, Virginia and Fred Mercer, to her sister, aunts and even in-laws, being in the kitchen is a natural thing to do.
    “My mother’s speciality was everything,” she said. “There wasn’t anything she couldn’t make. Just country cooking.

    April 20, 2011

  • Kay Poe The ultimate comfort food

    For Kay Poe’s family, if there is ever a food that screams “Mom,” it’s her mother’s macaroni and cheese.

    April 13, 2011 1 Photo

  • Tenille -ts.jpg My Favorite Recipe: So simple, it’s silly

    Sometimes all you want is something quick, delicious and comforting.
    Like mac and cheese.
    And sometimes you can elevate it to a new level with a few clever twists, like Tenille Wyer’s pep-and-cheese mac.

    April 6, 2011 2 Photos

  • Jones-1-DS.jpg My Favorite Recipe: At home in the kitchen

    Beverly Jones remembers the first time she made her corned beef-cabbage-potato casserole for her family about 30 years ago.
    She’d gotten the recipe from someone at church and was eager to try it out.

    March 30, 2011 1 Photo

  • Prendergast-1-DS.jpg Creative time

    That Santa Claus sure knows what he’s doing.
    When Robin Prendergast was just 7 or 8, the jolly old man brought her an Easy-Bake Oven of her very own.
    She doesn’t remember what the first thing she made was.

    March 23, 2011 2 Photos

  • Jim Barton Elegant yet hearty

    Want a quick, easy-to-make dish for breakfast, brunch or just about any time of day?
    Try Jim Barton’s “Morning Brunch Potatoes.”

    March 16, 2011 1 Photo

  • Elaine Pollock A joyous treat

    Some foods reserved for special occasions are good enough to eat every day.
    Like potato latkes.
    As Elaine Markowitz Pollock was growing up in Clarksburg with her brothers, her family prepared this delicacy every year for Hanukkah.

    March 9, 2011 1 Photo

  • Davis-1-DS.jpg My favorite recipe: Lebanese family favorite

    You don’t have to be with someone to be close.
    When George Davis III makes any Middle Eastern dish, he sees his late father, George Davis Jr., and his grandfather, Admad Masseoud, who came to the United States from Lebanon in the early 1900s at age 13.

    March 2, 2011 1 Photo

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