Killed Lettuce

Diane and Brandi back in the kitchen cooking up some Killed Lettuce and Cornbread


Comments


scottie2hottie

02/17/2017
20:47:33


Hi Diane! This is Amy....Scottie 2 Hottie's better half..... I grew up on Wilted Lettuce!! My grandma from Hamburg Michigan would make it all the time but I've never seen it with boiled eggs in it! I got Scott hooked on it years ago and now it's a summer must have! Thanks for all you & Don do for our distinguished service members.... We thank you for your service!



RPM8SHOT

04/02/2016
16:07:53


LOL on the "dick little thing on the upper right..just noticed that..you guys are hilarious!!!!



RPM8SHOT

04/02/2016
16:01:10


Diane and Brandy are a great team. Can't wait to try making this! Thanks so much for sharing. I am posting this through my boyfriend's name btw. Keep the cooking videos coming, PLEASE! :) Jill



Donna in Austin

03/18/2016
03:30:56


at 24:50 Brandi does a perfect Vanna White.



doesyourdogbite

03/06/2016
21:04:56


Great video about a fantastic salad. I've had salads like this before and they are great.
Does the Tennessee tradition have things along the lines of Chicken Fried Steak? Or what's the Tennessee take on things such as Fried Chicken, Scrambled Eggs [Mom used to add some milk before cooking] etc.
I look forward to more kitchen action! Thank you for sharing the great recipes and techniques!

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oneslip

03/05/2016
20:26:45


I bet that would be good using spinach too. Brandi...love you hair!



Gasserglass

03/05/2016
02:06:19


HOW TO BRIGHTEN UP A ROTTEN DAY ........ Watch Diane And Brandi Cookin In The Kitchen!

sure wish I had a pretty lady cooking in the kitchen for me.

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Johnny Neutrino

03/04/2016
17:13:59


Beautiful cooking show, thanks. 3 beauties. Well, SC doesn't fit the bill like Diane and Brandi, but he is every bit the gentleman. Best to you and may the worm of retribution slowly devour your enemy.

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johnnhcharles61

03/04/2016
14:09:59


Yaaaay. Brandi is back !!

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ljb636

03/04/2016
14:06:38


In my neck of the woods we call that wilted lettuce. I always figured the recipe was created when someone cooking on a woodstove said we country folks don't eat salad unless you're talking about creasy or collards. So they proceeded to countryfy lettuce by combining it with something they always had on hand like bacon grease. Good to see you ladies! Love your updated hairdos!

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