My mission is to inspire women and girls of all ages to engage in and enjoy the traditional feminine arts of the women before us. And to be womanly and feminine, if you so desire, and stand out in a world so opposed to this. Enjoying our femininity with no apologies.**
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DE-BONING THE TURKEY
THANKSGIVING 2019: Here's what's left of our Thanksgiving turkey. 🦃 😋 And a big pan of Tetrazzini with homemade sauce. I do use canned cream soups at times but found a yummy recipe on Allrecipes YouTube channel and it turned out delicious. Simple, creamy and not too over-the-top as far as ingredients go. I did sauté diced onions and celery before making the roux and just added them back in with the other ingredients. I'm sure you'll love it if you like simple yet tasty dishes. youtu.be/cSUoP8F474Y Mmmm
GOLDEN BROWN TURKEY TETRAZZINI
NOV 29, 2019 - Here's the Tetrazzini. . . Everything turned out so nice yesterday and so thankful for our family. Wish that all of them could have been here.
I usually make my roasts along the lines of a Mississippi Roast, using a few Pepperoncini with some of the juice, a packet of Ranch dressing mix, a few dabs of butter if the roast is lean, sea salt, and plenty of black pepper. Unless baked really slow and low, you might have to add water to bottom of pan to prevent scorching. Other variations might be to use a small bottle of Italian salad dressing in place of the dry mix.
Leftover roast usually means we’ll have Po’ Boys. I’m not a stickler when it comes to authentic ingredients, just whatever the men want added to theirs. But I “never” smother the whole thing in gravy. Never. I do that with Biscuits!😀
Grilled roast beef and cheese
Southern fried chicken
Recipe: “Washday Beans” (Using Pinto or Red Beans and Rice)
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**My focus is on writing content for women. I'm a woman, my ideas are mainly useful and geared toward women, but of course, anyone can read, peruse my content. I don't care to be gender-neutral, because I come from a background of mostly gender-specific lifestyle, with a few exceptions. I write from life-long experience. I had women role models, and men role models, not neutral. I write from where I have been all of my life. I will not change my wording to appease or pacify any specific group of people. If this offends you, I apologize. If this doesn't suit you - go find tips, recipes, and feminine/womanly lifestyle content elsewhere. From what I understand, fried chicken isn't gender-specific. A woman wearing a dress or skirt and an apron holding a platter of fried chicken is just a woman being herself. Isn't that what we all want is a choice to be ourselves? It's called freedom.
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