Gift Of Southern Cooking

gift of southern cooking

    southern cooking
  • The cuisine of the Southern United States is defined as the regional culinary form of states generally south of the Mason-Dixon Line, and extending west to Texas.

  • A thing given willingly to someone without payment; a present

  • A very easy task or unmissable opportunity

  • something acquired without compensation

  • give: give as a present; make a gift of; "What will you give her for her birthday?"

  • An act of giving something as a present

  • endow: give qualities or abilities to

Thank You in many languages

Thank You in many languages


Taste so goood !!!!

Thank you so very much everyone for your constant support, visits nice words and most important that you like my work .

Abenaki (Maine USA, Montreal Canada) Wliwni ni
Achi (Baja Verapaz Guatemala) Mantiox chawe
Achuar (Ecuador, Peru) Maketai
Adyghe (Middle East) Wapsaw
Afar (Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti) Gadda ge
Afrikaans (Southern Africa) Dankie
Aguacateco (Huehuetenango Guatemala) Ntyox teru'
Aguaruna (Peru) See
Ahtna (Alaska) Tsin'aen
Ainu [Saru dialect] (Japan) [formal] Iyayraykere
Akha (China, Southeast Asia) Gui lah hui te ha
Aklanon (Philippines) Saeamat kimo
Alabamu (Texas USA) Aliila
Alabamu (Texas USA) Kano
Albanian (Albania, Yugoslavia) Ju falem nderit
Altai (Russia) Biyan bolzin
Ambo (Angola, Namibia) Ondapandula unene
Amharic (Ethiopia, Israel, Egypt) Amesegenallo
Amuzgo (Mexico) Quialva'
Apache (Arizona USA) Ashoge
Apache (Arizona USA) [formal] Ashood
Apalachicola (Florida USA) Mvto
Apsaaloke (United States) Ahoo
Arabic (Middle East, North Africa) Shukran
Aragonese (Aragon Spain) Grazias
[Araucano, see Mapuche]
Armenian (Armenia, Russia, Middle East) Shnorhagallem
Armenian [Western] (Armenia) Shenorhagal em
Aromunian (Greece, Balkans) Multsanjescu
Asante (Ghana) Meda w'ase
Assyrian [Eastern Assyrian] [by man] Basima
Assyrian [Eastern Assyrian] [by woman] Basimta
Asturian (Spain) Gracies
Atayal (Taiwan) Muhuway su
Ateso (Uganda) Eyalama
Aymara (Bolivia, Peru, Chile) Juspajarana
Azerbaijani [Azeri] (Azerbaijan, Iran) Sayol
Azerbaijani (Azerbaijan, Iran) Sag olun
Azerbaijani (Azerbaijan, Iran) [very much] Chokh sag olun
Bakweri (Cameroon) Masuma
Balinese (Bali) [Halus speech] Tiang matur suksama
Balochi (Pakistan) Tai merbani
Bambara (Mali) [singular] I ni ce
Bashkir (Russia) Rekhmet
Basque (Spain, France) Eskerrik asko
Basque [Navarrese] (Spain) Esker mila
Basque [Roncalais] (Spain) Eskerrik anitx
Batak (Indonesia, Sumatra, Philippines) Mauliate
Belorussian (Belarus) Dziakuju
Bemba (Zambia, Congo-Brazaville) Tsikomo
Bengali (India, Bangladesh) Dhanyabad
Bislama (Vanuatu) Tangkiu
Bisu (Xhina, Thailand, Myanmar) Ang hmen ya
Blackfoot (Alberta Canada, Montana USA) Nitsiniiyi'taki
Boboda (Burkina Faso, Mali) Baraka
Bosnian (Bosnia and Hercegovina) Hvala
Breton (Brittany France) Trugarez
Brigidian (western Ireland) Boche'
Bru (Vietnam) Sa-aun
Bukusu (Mt. Elgon Kenya) Nasima
Bulgarian (Bulgaria) Blagodarya
Bulu (Cameroon) Akeva
Bunun (Taiwan) Uninang
Bura (Nigeria) Maraba
Burmese (Myanmar) Chezu ba
Burushashki (Northern Pakistan) Juu na
Cahuila (United States) 'Acha-ma
Cakchikel (Mexico) Matiosh chawe
Camuno (Italy) Grasce
Cantonese [Chinese] (China) [for gift] Doh je
Cantonese [Chinese] [in advance- service] M goi nei sin
Cassubian (Northweast Poland) Dzakuja
Catalan (Andorra, Spain, France) Gracies
Catalan (Andorra, Spain, France) [very] Moltes gracies
Cham (Southeast Asia) Uan tabuan
Chamorro (Guam) Si yuus maasi
Chatino (Tataltepec Mexico) Ngua tsaa xlay'be hii
Chechen (North Caucasus) Barkal
Cherokee (United States) Wa'-do
Cheyenne (United States) Nea'eshe
Chichewa (South Africa, Malawi) Zikomo
Chilomwe (Malawi) Zikomo
Chingoni (Malawi) Zikomo
Chinook Jargon (North America) Masiem
Chinook Jargon (North America) Mahsie
Chinyanja (Zambia, Mozambique) Zikomo
Chishona (Zimbabwe) [to one person] Ndatenda
Chishona (Zimbabwe) [to one person] Ndinotenda
Chitonga (Malawi) Yewo
Chitumbuka (North Malawi) Yewo
Chiyao (South Malawi) Sikomo
Choctaw (Oklahoma United States) Yoko

December 2010 Armed Forces Bowl Players Visit Cook Children's Hospital, FT Worth, TX

December 2010 Armed Forces Bowl Players Visit Cook Children's Hospital, FT Worth, TX

Members of the West Point Black Knights and Southern Methodist Mustang football teams and several cheerleaders, visited Cook Children's Hospital in Fort Worth, Texas on Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 28th, before the Armed Forces Bowl Dec. 30th. Team Members visited with patients, distributed gifts and took a bevy of photos with the children and parents in attendance. "Coming here to the bowl game, we've found that the best part of the experience so far - aside from the game of course - has been being able to reach out to others," said Black Knights sophomore RT Benjamin Jebb. "Being able to spend a couple hours with some kids that might be going through a rough time is great. It is a really humbling experience."

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