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Southern Sausage Gravy: Guest Blogger at Southern Gals Cook

Last year, I was blessed to be a part of the Southern Gals Cook team. Things really started taking off quickly, as we explored the venues that we wanted to be a part of.

Once I started homeschooling, I had to break away and devote my time at home, but I occasionally get to help with catering.

While a Southern Gal, I contributed several posts to the blog.

Check out my Southern Sausage Gravy Recipe.

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Making Drop Biscuits: Guest Blogger at Southern Gals Cook

Last year, I was blessed to be a part of the Southern Gals Cook team. Things really started taking off quickly, as we explored the venues that we wanted to be a part of.

Once I started homeschooling, I had to break away and devote my time at home, but I occasionally get to help with catering.

While a Southern Gal, I contributed several posts to the blog.

Check out this post on my Drop Biscuit Recipe

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Canning Tomatoes From The Freezer: Guest Blogger at Southern Gals Cook

Last year, I was blessed to be a part of the Southern Gals Cook team. Things really started taking off quickly, as we explored the venues that we wanted to be a part of.

Once I started homeschooling, I had to break away and devote my time at home, but I occasionally get to help with catering.

While a Southern Gal, I contributed several posts to the blog.

Check out my post on canning tomatoes from the freezer.

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Garden Planning 101: Guest Blogger at Southern Gals Cook

Last year, I was blessed to be a part of the Southern Gals Cook team. Things really started taking off quickly, as we explored the venues that we wanted to be a part of.

Once I started homeschooling, I had to break away and devote my time at home, but I occasionally get to help with catering.

While a Southern Gal, I contributed several posts to the blog.

Check out my post on Garden Planning 101.


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My Cleaning and Organization Motivation



Am I the only one that loves to watch other people clean?

I know. That sounds so weird.

But I do, and honestly, I've been that way for as long as I can remember. 

Not because I like to watch people work while I do nothing. On the contrary.

Watching other people clean motivates me to get myself in gear.

Sometimes I just need to get pumped up to get the house keeping knocked out!

I wanted to share a few of my favorite cleaning and organizing bloggers and vloggers that inspire me to get my house in order. I hope they do the same for you!


This lady has house cleaning down to a science. She also shares recipes, fashion, home decor, meal planning, and fitness motivation. Check out her videos on zone cleaning, her morning cleaning routine and her evening cleaning routine.


Y'all know that I LOVE to get a lot of bang for my buck. Kathryn shares beautiful organization solutions on a teeny, tiny budget. She also shares home decor, recipes, finance and gardening tips. I love her homemade cleaner recipes. 



I love Cas. She's hilarious. She shares fantastic tips on organization, DIYs, cleaning, and decorating. Her cleaning routines are simplified so that even the busiest of moms can keep up with the demands of mommyhood.


Her house. Her organization. Her free printables. Her giveaways. The colors. The solutions. I heart IHeart Organization.  

Now, if you will excuse me, I watched some of How Jen Does It's zone cleaning videos this morning. I have my rags and homemade cleaners lined up and ready to attack!

Happy cleaning, Y'all!
Tangi 
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How To Get Gaminess Out Of Ground Deer Meat

I love venison. But venison can get too gamy for even the countriest of folks.

There is good news!! You can remedy that. 

To see how and to see how I make Manly Nachos for a boys' night in, check out my latest video. Scroll down for the nacho recipe. 



Manly Nachos

1 lb ground deer meat
1 tbsp bacon grease 
2 tbsp dehydrated minced onion 
1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp black pepper
1/2 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp onion powder
1/2 tsp chili powder
1/2 tsp steak seasoning 
1 tsp cumin 
1/2 c shredded yellow squash (squeeze as much water out as you can) 
1 can black beans, rinsed and drained
1/2 c salsa
1 tbsp pickled jalapeño juice (optional) 

Over medium high heat, melt bacon grease. 
Add meat and stir. Add all of the seasonings and stir until incorporated. 
Stir until meat is cooked through. 
Stir in squash, beans, salsa, and jalapeño juice. Cook until heated through. 

Spoon over tortilla chips and top with all of your favorite toppings. 

I hope you enjoy this recipe! Let me know in the comments if you tried it, liked it, or if you have any questions regarding the deer meat. 

Be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel!! 

Tangi 
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