This is a variation on another winner from the wonderful Ms. Paula H. Deen! For variety, I like to add an itty-bitty shake of cayenne pepper, curry powder or chili powder in with the other spices. Minced fresh basil, fresh tarragon, garlic or prepared horseradish are also great add-ins. One teaspoon of sugar (to taste) may be added for more of a salad dressing-type (Miracle Whip) flavor. Let your imagination run free!
A wonderful little cheesecake for a dessert buffet. It is incredibly easy to make and looks and tastes very impressive. I saw Paula Deen make them on FoodTV and I couldn't wait to try them myself. Use canned pie filling, fresh fruit or use your imagination!
Recipe by Paula Deen of The Lady and Son's in Savannah, GA. It's Mmmm-Good! I found that the cooking time may need to be increased to get the meat fork tender, so allow yourself some extra time. This can also be fixed in the crockpot.
This recipe is a long series of trials and errors. The sauce and bread idea came from Paula Deen. The meatloaf itself is a recipe we found in the newspaper years ago. The final result is well worth a try.
This recipe is attributed to Paula Deen, but I got it from another internet source. This soup has a bit of a sweet taste, so don't be surprised, but is a great, quick soup to make and delicious with some hot, crusty French bread.