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Mark Roddey

"I Exist; I Persist; I." (Rad Rod~2010 AD.) M. W. Roddey

Stories by Mark Roddey

Every Christmas, Grandpa made his special eggnog with bourbon whiskey, as he so loved to bellow, “It’s gotta big boy kick to it.”...
This item will fire up your holiday party. A quick, simple recipe with very little prep time. The perfect appetizer that feeds a bunch of guests....
This is an old New Orleans classic for a hot summer day. You can top the remoulade sauce over cold peeled boiled shrimp, lump crabmeat, or crawfish...
Hopping John is a New Year’s Eve traditional dish. An old wise tale to ensure blessed fortune and good luck during the upcoming new year. It is...
This recipe originates from seven score ago ... 1840s era New Orleans. Ingredients: 8 ounces butter 4 cups fresh diced tomatoes 2 cups diced...
Ladies, this is the perfect marinade for any wild game your husband brings home from a hunting trip (goose, duck, pheasant, quail, venison, bear,...
To the Twentieth Century ... 9/9/99 ... the civilized world died this day. Does anybody care ... hell no! Everyone has their own little world...
‘Tis our life’s blood that courses through flesh, sinew, and vein, Needed to refresh and encourage our mortal confine To continue and...
O’ summer barbeque 1966, I remember you fondly in my dreams of yesteryear, As if it were this day when oak and mesquite burned high, And the...
Adversity enhances creativity. This life, This mortal life Is just a stepping stone to the next level of being. When one confronts his own...
Want to impress dinner guests? Add this recipe to your arsenal. It’s quick and extraordinary. Enjoy! Simply cook over open flame on your...
A restaurant kitchen during a rush can be like a battlefield during bombardment. Tempers flare, words flash, towels snap, plates crash, knives chop,...
We’re stricken with starvation; encased by a dome of poverty. We’re disgruntled with political folly … authorities abuse the...
Tell me the reason! Why are things the way they are? ’Tis a simple question. Is humanity such a cold, malevolent mass? Is society such a...
For Grandma Denham—(1895–1983) Before I venture off to practice and procedure of this sacred recipe, I must tell you a little about...

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