Miss Suzie’s Party Squash Casserole Blount County, AL
When I was little, my Grandmother (always Grandmother, never Granny nor Granma), regularly tricked me into eating something other than peanut butter. She called this dish Party Squash Casserole because she always made it for church picnics and when the preacher came for Sunday dinner (Lunch time, not evening, that’s Supper). Yellow Squash, sour cream, butter, and eggs (oh my)
Grandmother’s Deviled Eggs Blount County, AL
One of the famous covered bridges of Blount County, The Horton Mill Bridge was, and still is, in active use today – although only one car dares cross it at a time. It's a 70 foot drop! On the day after Thanksgiving my brother and I would double-dog dare each other to climb the steep boulders below the bridge. When we finally exhausted ourselves, we'd sit atop a big rock, eat Grandmother's devilied eggs and toss bits of leftover Turkey into the eager mouths of "Redeye" Bass. Then race back to Grandmother's for Pecan Pie!