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Glenda Beall


Glenda Beall
 
Home Town: Newgulf, Texas, USA
Living In: Boling, Texas, USA
Member Since: Jan. 2005
Cooking Level: Expert
Cooking Interests: Frying, Slow Cooking, Mexican, Italian, Southern
Hobbies: Scrapbooking, Walking, Reading Books, Music, Charity Work
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About this Cook
Boling is small rural community in Texas. In my town, it is not unusual for to hear cars roaring down the highway, cows lowing plaintively, roosters crowing, and coyotes yammer at night. As I sit on my patio, hummingbirds buzz about the feeders, and bluebonnets spread their azure blanket over the cool green grass. Currently, I teach high school English. Studying the history of English helped me to see the amazing progress of food dishes beginning from the Dark Ages until now. Several years ago,my mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's.I scrapbooked all her handwritten recipes. The book ends with a journaling entry I wrote in tribute to my Mom and her cooking. I am grateful to her legacy of showing love through cooking. She gave this attribute to me. Mom and my grandmothers' cooking skills were highly thought of in their small Hispanic community. People looked forward to being invited over for tamales, tortillas, raspas, and atole. My favorite memories are the pungent smell of tama
My favorite things to cook
Texas is infused with many different styles of cuisine, and we Texans are lucky enough to experience whichever one takes our fancy. My signature dishes are seafood gumbo, baked chicken, chili, chicken fried steak, lasagna, and chicken spaghetti.
My favorite family cooking traditions
LOVE Thanksgiving.. it's all about the food and none of that nasty gift buying and wrapping!
My cooking triumphs
My seafood gumbo was hit at a family gathering. Everyone wanted the recipe! It felt so good to have everyone appreciate my dish.
My cooking tragedies
Decided to make drop biscuits. I spooned them onto the baking sheet, and after they were cooked, they looked like brown......well, take a guess. :)
Recipe Reviews 1 review
Chicken Enchilada Soup II
LOVE this soup. Only one addition... I had to throw in sliced up corn tortillas, and sometimes, when I want it extra spicy, I throw in a can of Rotel tomatoes.

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Reviewed On: Jul. 24, 2007
 
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