Hi, y’all! I’m Angie, the food blogger at Kitchen Southern Hospitality. I’m from Texas and love Southern food.
I’m married to Greg who grills the best ever ribeye steaks. I’m a mom and grandma. And I love visits with my grandkids, making them nutritious snacks, healthy meals, and fun picnics.
I grew up in a preacher’s home. My dad was a pastor, and my family would often be invited to Sunday dinners by farmer families.
My parents and grandmothers gardened, gathering fruit and vegetables from their gardens. They made jams and jellies and canned the vegetables.
I blog about family recipes and often create new recipes from what’s on hand in my kitchen.
Cooking with a Southern flair and serving family and friends with Southern hospitality is my style.
I’ve lived in brick houses with big kitchens, tiny RV kitchen spaces, and small cottage kitchens. I’ve traveled in a big rig with my husband and cooked meals in his small slow cooker.
The kitchen should be a place of comfort for the whole family. Naturally, it’s the perfect place to show hospitality.
FOOD is a four-letter word everybody loves!