Crock Pot Kalua Pork & Homemade BBQ Sauce

Crock Pot Kalua Pig & Homemade BBQ Sauce – Kellis Kitchen

Have you ever had a pig cooked in the ground? It is tender and juicy with a taste that just can’t be beat. Now you can make it at home in your crock pot with only 3-4 ingredients, just put it in, turn it once and you will be in pork heaven. When you top… 

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Not Your Mamma’s Tuna Casserole

Tuna Casserole - Kellis Kitchen

Do you remember Tuna Helper Tuna Casserole? I was a kid in the 60’s and 70’s so I had my share of tuna casseroles including the Tuna Helper brand. I liked it the best and really disliked most of the other because it was too strong so basically it just tasted like hot tuna that… 

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Sock It To Me Cake

Sock It To Me Cake – Kellis Kitchen

I am back among the living and the flu seems to be gone, at least I hope so – 10 days is enough. This morning I wanted to make a nice southern comfort food that was sweet and reminded me of spring because these dark dreary days are getting on my last nerve. Sock It… 

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Old Fashioned Cream Cheese Banana Nut Bread

Cream Cheese Banana Nut Bread – Kellis Kitchen

And so the flu continues…..we took mom to birthday lunch Monday, which was a full two days after her actual birthday and while I felt good Monday morning, before our lunch was over I had to be brought home because I was so ill. At least I wasn’t contagious so I didn’t infect all the… 

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Lasagna and the Flu

Lasagna and the Flu – Kellis Kitchen

Statistically speaking, this year’s flu shot has been a dismal failure. The five people in our house all got the shot and now, only one has not had it. The kids had the flu at Christmas while Mr. Picky Eater and I successfully avoided it………..that is until last Monday. At first it started out like… 

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Maple, Caramel Golden-Sugar Blondies #BLOGGERCLUE

Maple, Caramel Golden Sugar Blondies - Kellis Kitchen

It’s that time again! Blogger CLUE Group have chosen “Sparkling” as the word for January. I was given Anna Dishes as my assignment. Anna hails from Jacksonville Beach, Florida where she posts about homemade dishes, restaurants, and floral arrangements. Sparkling is the key word so I looked for that at first – and then I… 

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25 Soups & A Few Crackers

25 Warm and Cozy Soups

Did you know that January is National Soup Month? I love soup in the winter so much that if you add in chili and stew I could live on it for the entire month! I recently visited some of my blogger friends and found that they too have an affinity for soups publishing many recipes… 

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Aunt Pat’s Classic Devil’s Food with 7 Minute Icing

Devils Food Cake 7 Minute Icing - Kellis Kitchen

I have told you about my Aunt Pat before here.  Last night, I dreamed about her and my Uncle Dub (mom’s brother).  We were in a car, at night driving down the road singing – Pat and Dub loved to sing in the car and a favorite song was “Side by Side”.     This… 

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Creamy Crockpot Chicken & Rice Amandine Soup

Creamy Chicken & Rice Amandine Soup – Kellis Kitchen

That’s a mouthful isn’t it?   But it is all those things and more, if you ask my mom.  This is the soup she used to fix when one of us was ill because she thought, since she loved it – we all did too!  Truth be told, I only developed a taste for any kind… 

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Ham and Scalloped Potatoes

Ham and Scalloped Potatoes - Kellis Kitchen

This post is the recipe for one of the tastiest dishes ever:  Ham and Scalloped Potatoes which is perfect for any leftover ham.  My family absolutely covets this meal, even my mother, which is simple and not in the least bit spicy.  The combination of ham bits and fresh potatoes with cheese is irresistible making… 

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