- Ada, Oklahoma

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February 10, 2013

Ex-Adan's success to be celebrated

Ada —  As a child growing up in the Hammond Heights neighborhood, LaVerne Stevenson enjoyed sampling her grandmother’s desserts.

Stevenson’s grandmother, Mable Bullard, was a housekeeper and cook who was known for her sweet treats —especially blackberry cobbler, rice pudding and bread pudding.

Now, Stevenson is sharing her family tradition with supermarket customers in Oklahoma and Texas.

See more of this story and photo in Sunday's edition of The Ada News


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