|The entrance to Pine Hill Cemetery|
|I loved walking along the lighted paths.|
|A local band was there to offer entertainment as people waited for their turn to go on the tour.|
Afterwards we decided barbecue was in order. Preferably a local dive. It just seemed fitting. We decided on Mike and Ed's.
Dinner: Barbecue pork, white bread, pickles and cole slaw. Cole slaw that I'm pretty sure had real cream in it. Yum.
|Southerners love their sweet tea. So much so that apparently a 50 gallon garbage can full of it is necessary. We had root beer.|
So should I share the recipe I got in the cemetery with you? This recipe comes from Auburn Cook Book, 1923 courtesy of Mrs. B.B. Ross.
Stuffed Lady FingersProcess: Separate lady fingers in halves and spread with either of these two mixtures and replace halves:
1) cream cheese, pecans and mayonnaise; 2) freshly cooked divinity fudge and pecans, chopped fine. Flavor with a few drops of peppermint.
Oh, and the evening wouldn't be complete with a little "Alabama Ghost Music" for you courtesy of The Pine Hill Haints. Enjoy.
P.S. I'm in the middle of a 31 day series for the month of October, 31 Days of Joy in the Journey . Feel free to check it out if you are interested.