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The Blaylock Bagwell Family Recipe Book

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S: The Blaylock Bagwell Family

BC: Created by: Kelsey Blaylock

FC: The Blaylock Bagwell Family Recipe Book By Kelsey Blaylock

1: The Blaylock Bagwell Family Recipe Book By Kelsey Blaylock Dedicated to Judy Blaylock Bagwell

3: I am. I am. Junk food, my boyfriend, and my dog. I like to shop and spend time with family. Confidence, kindness, and honesty are important to me. I like to help others and make people happy. I may lack confidence in myself. But, I have a supportive family that helps me build self-esteem. I love old-time romance. I hate yelling and insults. Wars and killings horrify me. This is me. I am!

4: Every family is different, some being extended families and some being single-parent families. Parents must provide care, affection, security, and support for their children. They need to be prepared for the challenges of balancing work and family in today's society. Work puts a lot of stress on all families, including double-income families, single-parent families, blended families, and extended families. Negative effects include the separation or isolation of family members, and parents bringing their work home instead of leaving it at work. Work affects families emotionally and decreases job satisfaction. Families put a ton of stress on work. When a child is sick, parents must tend to their children and put them before work. Family always comes before work. Making sure the family is satisfied and happy helps the adults at work. If the spouse and children are happy, paperwork and other office activities get done efficiently. The working business class base their mood, attitude, and productivity off of the home and family life. Sometimes it is very difficult to balance work and family, but that is part of the everyday challenge that is presented to most working families.

7: Family Recipes

8: Banana Bread Source: My Great Aunt Dolores Ingredients: 1/2 cup shortening 1 cup sugar 3 mashed bananas 1 1/2 cups flour 1/2 tsp. salt 1 tsp. soda 1 tsp. vanilla 2 eggs Combine shortening and sugars using beaters then add eggs with beaters and make fluffy. Then add dry ingredients. Add bananas last. Pour into 2 floured and greased (Pam) bread pans. Bake 1/2 hour at 325 degrees.

9: My grandma remembers her sister making this recipe for her as a child. Since their mother had passed away at a very early age, my grandma and great aunt came up with their own recipes. They still make this recipe today and have passed it down to my mom and her sisters.

10: Relatives would always stop by my grandma's house so my grandma came up with this quick and easy recipe. The sloppy joes can be made in minutes so if you get caught off guard with company, you can make this easily. This is a very inexpensive dinner that goes a long way and can feed a lot of people.

11: Sloppy Joes Source: My Grandma LaRue Ingredients: 1 lb. hamburger 1 can chicken gumbo soup ketchup mustard 1 small onion pepper Brown hamburger and onion. Drain fat. Add soup, ketchup, mustard, and pepper. (Enough ketchup and mustard to taste) Simmer and serve.

12: Meatballs and Gravy Source: My Grandma LaRue Ingredients: 1 lb. hamburger 1/2 cup crushed soda crackers 1 egg pepper onion steak sauce 1 can cream of mushroom Combine all ingredients. Brown meatballs (fairly low, 250 degrees for 15 minutes). Drain grease. Add cream of mushroom soup and 1 can of water (mixed in separate bowl and then pour over meatballs). Cook with lid partially on. Serve with rice.

13: My grandma came up with this because it fed a family of five easily and all she needed was a few ingredients. It didn't take a lot to make a big meal like this.

14: My uncle David had bought a box of the suddenly salad and his daughters did not like it so he added a bunch of ingredients for flavor. My cousins loved the pasta salad after that.

15: Sausage Pasta Salad Source: Uncle David Ingredients: 1 box of suddenly salad shredded parmesan cheese 1 cucumber 1 turkey sausage half box of rotini noodles artificial crab meat diced ham shredded cheddar cheese broccoli fat free italian dressing Slice up turkey sausage and fry it. Make pasta and add rotini noodles, cook as directed. Slice up broccoli and cucumber. In large bowl, combine pasta, packet of seasoning from pasta box, crab meat, and rest of ingredients. Stir and serve.

16: Vegetable Beef Soup Source: Vivian Bagwell Ingredients: can of diced tomatoes flour chopped cabbage beef broth canned green beans onion canned lima beans celery canned peas barley canned whole kernel corn carrots ketchup potatoes soy sauce salt/pepper/sugar Flour the stewed beef. Then lightly brown in skillet. Pour into large stockpot and add beef broth, chopped onions and celery. Simmer for two hours. Then add barley, carrots, potatoes, and chopped cabbage. Cook for 20-25 minutes. Add green beans (drained), canned lima beans(drained), canned peas(drained), and canned whole kernel corn (drained). Cook until heated. Season with salt, pepper, and sugar (enough to taste) and a can of diced tomatoes. Add ketchup and soy sauce (to taste).

17: She came up with this recipe by experimenting with different vegetables. She started throwing veggies and spices into a big pot and that is how she came up with her vegetable beef soup recipe.

18: Citations Thank you to my mom who took all of the pictures used. Thank you to my grandma, my Aunt Dolores, Uncle David, and my grandma Vivian who provided the recipes and family stories.

19: The Blaylock Bagwell Family Recipe Book By Kelsey Blaylock

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