Jollywood Farm

Berthie Hollow Road crosses this little creek abd winds its way around the hollows.

Berthie Hollow Road crosses this little creek and winds its way around the hollows.

The garden gate

The garden gate.

This fence is a beautiful addition to the garden and truely Ozarkian.

This fence is a beautiful addition to the garden and truly Ozarkian.

A traditionalbottle tree generally included mil of magnesia bottles. This one is a bit more diverse and truely southern in this form as art.

A traditional bottle tree generally included milk of magnesia bottles. This one is a bit more diverse and truly southern in this form as art.

The Peace flag drapes along one side of the deck.

The Peace flag drapes along one side of the deck.

The last of the fall hay.

The last of the fall hay.

My hostess for the day served this lovely pimiento cheese with crackers. I usually don’t care for pimiento cheese but this is heavenly! She shared the recipe with me and said it came from some newspaper, perhaps the Baxter Bulletin.

Pimiento Cheese

1/4 C. mayonnaise

1 – three ounce package cream cheese, softened

3 garlic cloves, minced

6 – 8 drops Tabasco sauce

1 – 2 ounce jar pimientos, undrained

3 C. finely shredded Cheddar cheese

1 C. pecan chips

Combine the first 5 ingredients in a food processor or blender and precess until smooyh. Spoon into a bowl. Add teh undrained pimientos, Cheddar and pecans, stir in.

Cover well and refridegerate at least 4 hours or overnight.

Serve with your favorite crackers.

Serves 16. (Not in my house!)

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2 Responses to Jollywood Farm

  1. Patt says:

    This is one of my favorite homes in AR to visit.
    Always beautiful, always wonderful food, good conversation and hospitality!

    Thanks for sharing.

  2. Shannon says:

    Love the Jollywood farm. Just down the hollow from my place. It’s quite the Garden of Eden in the Ozarks. Debbie and Dewayne are great neighbors and their dog Cleo is wonderful.

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