Welcome to The Kelly's Culinary Creations! The Kelly is an art gallery located in Wetumpka, Alabama. We believe that the preparation and presentation of food for our receptions is an art within itself! We hope you enjoy our delicious reception recepies, tablescapes and photographs.
Tea Cakes and Southern Iced Tea
Southern favorites, sweet iced tea and two different types of tea cakes were a favorite at The Kelly's reception featuring Abandoned Rural America and The Land: God's Gift, February 12, 2016
Abandoned Rural America and The Land: God's Gift Reception
February 12, 2016
This grits recipe, served at The Kelly's art exhibition reception for Abandoned Rural America and The Land: God's Gift is simply scrumptious!
Three Pepper Pimento Cheese
Three Pepper Pimento Cheese: A Southern Favorite was served at The Kelly's Reception in Wetumpka, Alabama during the Abandoned Rural America and The Land: God's Gift Art Exhibition Reception. This is a delicious recipe that is sure to be a hit at any function!
Cheese, Cheese and More Cheese
Aric Adams' AA Farm Creamery is located at 590 Hillcrest Drive in Millbrook, Alabama. Holy cow, his cheese selections are udderly delicious!
RC Cola and Moon Pie
In the 1950s, Royal Crown Cola and moon pies were a popular "working man's lunch" in the American South. In 1954, Royal Crown was the first company to sell soft drinks in a can, and later the first company to sell a soft drink in aluminum can.
Peanuts: Boiled and Roasted
Henry Tucker and his wife Sue Ellen Wood Tucker shared their delicious peanuts: boiled and roasted, at The Kelly's February reception.
Sugar Cane Syrup and Southern Biscuits
What's better than syrup and biscuits? Not much! Judge Jummy Stubbs shared his Sugar Cane Syrup at The Kelly's reception for Abandoned Rural America and The Land: God's Gift.