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Hoppin’ John

How many of you served black eyed peas on New Years Eve/Day?  It is said to be “good luck”, “good fortune” for the turn of the new year.  For New Years, it’s a tradition around here, but my mother cooked them year around when I was a child.  They were that “different” tasting bean, that…

I had the privilege

The year was 1995, I was fresh out of Culinary School and needed a job.  My first job, I was hired by 212 Market Restaurant, Downtown Chattanooga, Tennessee.  Little did I know the lessons that lay ahead of me.  I just wanted to be a chef. I worked for three ladies, Maggie, Susan and Sally…

Free Holiday Gift Packaging

We are offering FREE holiday gift packaging this week.  So knock out some of your Christmas shopping and take advantage of this deal.  Pick a friend or family member that you would like to enjoy Debo’s Kitchen in their own kitchen.  Place your order online with our online shopping cart at www.deboskitchen.com We are closed…

Traditions for your Spirit

  In life there are certain things you do that lift your spirit.  My family, friends and I have a Thanksgiving tradition that completely makes me giggle, laugh, smile big, and it completely lifts my spirit. It’s been said, “you haven’t even been drinking and you act this silly and have so much fun with…

table in a field

This Week’s Sale Prices

Hey Y’all.  We will not be delivering the week of Thanksgiving.  Instead I will be painting in our new home, going on a field trip with Ruby, and then painting some more, OH and then celebrating Thanksgiving.  I LOVE to paint…it ranks up there with cooking 😉 EVERYTHING you order for delivery this week will…