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Bread Pudding: Southern Comfort by the Spoonful

On one of my trips to MS last year, I enjoyed something I hadn’t had since forever (or a few days shy of it anyhow): bread pudding. Ok, I should qualify this by saying that I have tasted quite a few menu items called bread pudding, but here in the Pacific Northwest, emphasis is on the bread, while pudding is an afterthought. Sure, the name leads off with “bread” and said ingredient…See More
Jun 10
MaryDell Harrington commented on kim holloway's blog post Two First Names: Better Than One?
"I would love to see a list of double names that begin with Mary.  My mother is "Mary Louise" and Dad was "Jimmie Dell," thus my name "Mary Dell." In the south, people get that I have been and always will be called…"
Apr 9
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Two First Names: Better Than One?

Practically all the new parents I know in Seattle have saddled their newborns with two middle names. And not short, easy-to-remember names either. More along the lines of Rasputin Marlowe Fabian Jones (or more likely Jones-Smith) for a boy. Or Josephine Emily Prudence Smith for a girl. I’m not sure how they come up with these,…See More
Apr 8
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kim holloway posted a blog post

Buffets: Walk In, Waddle Out

Buffet restaurants in the South are like Starbucks here in Seattle: you can’t throw a fork without hitting one. Don’t go throwing your fork though, you’ll be needing it. In the interest of health codes and common decency, one uses a clean plate for each trip to the food troughs. But you’re sometimes expected to carry on…See More
Feb 11
Vicki Hale commented on kim holloway's blog post Community Cookbooks: Why Southern Cuisine Reigns Supreme
"My grandmother, my mom and my aunt all had copies of the 1967 edition (sixth edition) of the cookbook "Favorite Recipes from Murray Woman's Club." There have been other editions published since, but this is the one that has the…"
Dec 11, 2013
kim holloway posted a blog post

Community Cookbooks: Why Southern Cuisine Reigns Supreme

In a world of celebrity chefs, popular food bloggers and recipe sharing sites, y’all might be surprised how many Southerners still consult rinky-dink, fund-raising cookbooks put together by their local church or community organization.Not even the Baptists consider perusing food porn a sin, nevertheless, you will find none in the pages of these DIY spiral-bound cookbooks. What you will find…See More
Dec 10, 2013
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Nov 21, 2013
Cynthia Goulet commented on kim holloway's blog post Funeral Food: Love in a Casserole Dish
"Thanks ladies - Southern hospitality and manners can get you thro more than you can imagine even down under!  Enjoy your Thanksgiving!  Heading back to Virginia in early December for my first Christmas at home in 24 years - just wish it…"
Nov 20, 2013
kim holloway commented on kim holloway's blog post Funeral Food: Love in a Casserole Dish
"Oh Cynthia, I'm so sorry to hear about your husband. Words fail, so I offer you a virtual hug. I'm glad you were able to share some Southern traditions with your friends in Australia. Now that you've introduced them to chicken salad,…"
Nov 20, 2013
whitney long commented on kim holloway's blog post Funeral Food: Love in a Casserole Dish
"Hi Cynthia - Good to hear from you, our Southern friend "down under" :)  I am so sorry though to hear about your husband.  It sounds like you did a wonderful job honoring his memory with as close to a Southern gathering as you…"
Nov 20, 2013
Cynthia Goulet commented on kim holloway's blog post Funeral Food: Love in a Casserole Dish
"Kim - my husband passed away on November 1st.  As he requested we had the post service gathering here at the house which is not at all what Australians do - it's either at the local pub or some hall catered by the Country Women's…"
Nov 20, 2013
kim holloway commented on kim holloway's blog post Coke is IT! Except When it's Not.
"Leigh Ann, How weird is it that Coke Zero has high fructose corn syrup? How does it manage to add that without calories? Lisa, That's funny! My Southern customs confuse friends here in Seattle all the time!"
Nov 14, 2013
Lisa Frame commented on kim holloway's blog post Coke is IT! Except When it's Not.
"This is fantastic. My mother-in-law in Korean and when I poured a Sprite, but called it a Coke, hilarity ensued. She thinks I'm strange and that our customs are even stranger. "
Nov 14, 2013
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Bread Pudding: Southern Comfort by the Spoonful

Posted on June 10, 2014 at 7:31pm 0 Comments

On one of my trips to MS last year, I enjoyed something I hadn’t had since forever (or a few days shy of it anyhow): bread pudding. Ok, I should qualify this by saying that I have tasted quite a few menu items called bread pudding, but here in the Pacific Northwest, emphasis is on the bread, while pudding is an…

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Two First Names: Better Than One?

Posted on April 8, 2014 at 8:00pm 1 Comment

Practically all the new parents I know in Seattle have saddled their newborns with two middle names. And not short, easy-to-remember names either. More along the lines of Rasputin Marlowe Fabian Jones (or more likely Jones-Smith) for a boy. Or Josephine Emily Prudence Smith for a girl. I’m not sure how they come up…

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Buffets: Walk In, Waddle Out

Posted on February 11, 2014 at 6:43pm 0 Comments

Buffet restaurants in the South are like Starbucks here in Seattle: you can’t throw a fork without hitting one. Don’t go throwing your fork though, you’ll be needing it. In the interest of health codes and common decency, one uses a clean plate for each trip to the food troughs. But you’re sometimes expected to…

Continue

Community Cookbooks: Why Southern Cuisine Reigns Supreme

Posted on December 10, 2013 at 8:50pm 1 Comment

In a world of celebrity chefs, popular food bloggers and recipe sharing sites, y’all might be surprised how many Southerners still consult rinky-dink, fund-raising cookbooks put together by their local church or community organization.

Not even the Baptists consider perusing food porn a sin, nevertheless, you will find none in the pages of these…

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At 11:52pm on October 24, 2012, whitney long said…

Kim... Oh my goodness!  I just looked at your name and realized that you are behind one of my favorite reads!  I subscribe to your blog and your name has been on a sticky note on my desk for weeks to email you and see if you would join our C-Team of contributors!  See our "about us" page to see who else contributes.  We would love to have you do one post each month to include in our weekly Wednesday newsletter!  Please let me know if you are interested.  And in the meantime, please add some of your posts to our blog section.  Take care and talk to you soon!

At 11:48pm on October 24, 2012, whitney long said…

Hello Kim -

Welcome to The Southern Coterie and thanks for joining! We're happy to have you and hope you'll get in on the conversation, join or start a group and add blog posts, recipes, photos and videos.  Our "get started" tab tells you how to do it all. 

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