Archive for November 2010

Georgia's Kitchen

Talking Turkey: Mamie’s Pumpkin Chiffon Pie

I don’t like pie. I like cobblers, crumbles and crisps, but I don’t like pie. For the most part, people have a hard time understanding my aversion to pie. While it’s not something I generally get into, except with fellow non-pie lovers (yes, they do exist), I will say it … More

Georgia's Kitchen

Talking Turkey: Grandma Adelia’s Stuffing

I’ve been eating my Grandmother Adelia’s stuffing since I was a little girl, when it was the centerpiece of my Thanksgiving Day feast, along with sides of turkey, mashed “badados,” green beans and, if I was feeling adventurous, pearled onions (I usually wasn’t.) When I was 20 years old, I … More

Marathon Dreams

Marathon Dreams

I’ve always liked November. With a few notable exceptions – daylight savings and the midterm elections spring to mind – it’s a pretty great month. For starters, there’s Thanksgiving. Family, turkey, my Grandmother Adelia’s butter-drenched stuffing and my mom’s legendary pumpkin chiffon pie do not a bad dinner make. (Check … More