Mom's Meals Index

Fried Chicken Strips Recipe

Happy Birthday from Mom

SOME of my favorite memories as a child revolve around the kitchen table of my mother, Margaret S.

Barbecued Spareribs Recipe

Hearty Country-Style Meal

FEEDING family and seasonal farmhands for more than 20 years meant that my mom, Jean Bailey, spent lots of time in her huge kitchen.

Grilled Thighs and Drumsticks Recipe

Home Cooking Comes Naturally

LIKE most Amish and Mennonite women, my mom, Orpha B., learned to cook from her mother. Mom grew up in a Mennonite community in Stuarts Draft, Virginia, and she lived there through the first 11 years of marriage to my dad, Marvin. They moved to Tennessee in 1988.

Favorite Pork Chops Recipe

Many Hours in the Kitchen

"OVER the years, my mom has spent more time in her kitchen than any other room in the house," writes Cris O'Brien of Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Cheeseburger Buns Recipe

Meals from Scratch

WHEN I was growing up, I loved to watch my mom cook. She made fixing a hearty mouth-watering meal from scratch appear so effortless—though it was sometimes at a moment's notice.

Down-Home Meat Loaf Recipe

Meat Loaf Meal's Comforting

WHEN I’M ASKED to describe my mother, Blanche H. (right), the words friendly, nurturing and deeply religious come to mind. But she’s also funny, vivacious…and a wonderful cook.

Meat-and-Potatoes Perfection

Mom's saucy Grilled Sirloin Roast is always a hit.

Pineapple Mustard Ham Recipe

Memorable Easter Meal on Family Farm

"Easter was a memorable time when I was growing up," shares Lorrie Bailey of Pulaski, Iowa. "After we finished with church in the morning, mom served the most terrific Easter dinner."

Shrimp Fettucine Recipe

Menu Combines Old and New

MOM, Anita B., was an accomplished cook at a young age. She grew up in Oak Hill, West Virginia, where her parents worked full-time. So Mom would have dinner ready every evening when they came home.

Cheese-Filled Meat Loaf Recipe

Mom Cooked in Toughest Conditions

Imagine cooking without the basic ingredients—or even electricity—in 120° heat. My mom, Shirley Randall, faced such challenges daily when our family lived in Africa.

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