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lunch on a Sunday afternoon. They would spend time telling stories, laughing, and walking along the Swamp Rabbit railroad in Slater-Marietta.
It’s been 77 years since that photo was taken, but the simple pleasures ring true still today when thoughts, sights, smells, and tastes take us back to a simpler time.
We hope you will let Nellie T’s products be a part of your journey.
Kathy Cashion O’Neal, owner
Simply put, Nellie T’s makes the best Southern specialty food products, period. We use only the finest ingredients to produce a taste treat that will take you back to your childhood with friends and family.
“Nellie T’s” was named for my grandmother, Nellie Tennessee Watkins Cobb. She was born in 1894 and lived during some trying times in the South. She was a simple woman who worked hard and was faithful to her family. She was tough. She wrote on the slate of who I am today.
Nellie’s daughter (my mother) is the middle girl in the photo. She and her friends loved packing a picnic