Tom as his alter ego, Justin Trailerbeau, making
Sweet and Sour Beef Tongue. The presentation
also involved pigs' feet and ears.
Ingrid making Mock Cooter Stew and
Cornbread laced with Cracklin'. Highlights
include Ingrid doing a little dance.
Lyla and her guest chef Leah made Chicken
Casserole on her show "Cooking For the Lord".
Lyla and Leah sang the recipe ingredients and
instructions to the tune of "Amazing Grace".
Laura and Lynda sport long fake nails as they make
Chicken Fried Mac and Cheese and an assortment
of wraps. Highlights include pecan pie wrapped
in a tortilla. The girls would like to thank Lorella,
their director/cinematographer/tacky costume consultant.
Lenore and Paula made Vegetarian Road Kill
Stew on their cable access show "Road Kill
Cafe". Highlights include vegetables being
run over by a pickup truck
Austin's show was called "Cooking with Fancy".
He and two guests, Leah and Andrew, made a
casserole involving lots of canned veggies
and pork rinds and celery stuffed with cheese
whiz and other delights.
Tommy and Austin as Corey and Luke
chatting and revealing skeletons in the family closet
as they present their gingerbread trailer complete
with satellite dish
While the adults are away Graeme, as Bob,
makes the perennial children's favorite
Austin helps little T present his delicious
"racoon in a blanket" dish. As an encore
they made "puffer fish in a blanket".
First Place: Laura and Lynda's "Cooking with the Girls"
Second Place: Lyla's "Cooking for the Lord"
Third Place: Lenore's "Road Kill Cafe"