Thanks for your input, you convinced me to keep my recipes on a separate blog. The name isn't too original Aggieland Mommy Cooks. It probably won't get a fancy header for awhile either but now I have a place to keep my recipes. I've already moved a few recipes from here to there but it's gonna take me a long time to get them all in one place. One last thought on the topic of recipes...I'm so glad I asked my mom for her best recipes before she passed away. I also got the recipe for the one thing my grandmother made well...and it didn't take any cookin'. There was a joke in our family about my grandmother's cooking, she could burn rolls! The fluffy colorful dessert I always looked for at holiday get-togethers (even though I didn't know the name of it until a year ago) was her Watergate salad. Those recipes are something I will always cherish and pass down to my children.
A & M is filled with traditions, many of which most outsiders do not understand. We have a saying, "From the outside looking in, you can't understand it. From the inside looking out, you can't explain it." For more info on our wonderful traditions, go to http://aggietraditions.tamu.edu/
I was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas, Yee-Haw. I am a proud member of the Fightin' Texas Aggie Class of '94. I have been blessed with a wonderful husband and 4 beautiful children plus 4 angel babies. We are members of the local Catholic church. Besides being with my family, I love cooking, baking, decorating cakes, and saving money!