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Above pix taken on 11-24-05 at the Porter Home.  The workstation/bar island gets a workout during the Holidays!  Recipes featured are mostly of the Southern Cooking Style and substituting more healthier ingredients such as extra virgin olive oil and Canola oil instead of "fat back" and hog lard when possible.  However, the taste of a buttermilk biscuit with pure hog lard baked in a wood stove is not easily duplicated with healthier ingredients and a few consumed every once in a while might be worth the risk!  Some of the recipes listed go beyond the borders of Southern cuisine into International cuisine, however that Southern Anson County, NC style of cooking still filters into the recipes!  Featured are Wild Game recipes mostly venison, however you can easily substitute and adapt the recipes for beef.   Personal use of the above recipes and pictures are allowed, however please do not  publish them without written permission from Webmaster Bill Porter and/or a direct link to the picture or recipe source.

Many have asked if the Adcock Family Traditions Cookbook circa 1997 referenced on this website is available, but it is out of print and the original publisher no longer does cookbooks and does not have the cookbook material archived.  

Self-Portrait pix below of Bill aka Mickey Porter in the kitchen on 04-04-09 having fun mixing up a fresh batch of marinated slaw.  Ok, I know I am "domesticated" but get over it.  Grin if you must!

Back in 2012, our son William, Jr. upgraded his 35MM DSLR camera and I acquired his used Canon 20D of which lasted a year before giving up the ghost and then purchased a used Canon 30D and updating my food pixs when I do "reruns" of some of my recipes.  I have a much better lighting system in my basement "Man Cave" for food photography and really enjoying trying to learn the art of Food Styling and Food Photography, however I will not use non-eatable products to enhance my pictures or overkill the color saturation with Photoshop as do many food photographers.  What you see, is what you get!

Web published updates on 01-26-15 by Bill aka Mickey Porter.


1 Timothy 4:4 - 4:5  "4 For every creature of God [is] good, and nothing to be refused, if it be received with thanksgiving: 5 For it is sanctified by the word of God and prayer."