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    Make mine Southern, please!

    Southern cookin'....ahhhhh! Heritage lives on. The South shall rise as in corn pones again. Cast iron skillets, grits, fried chicken, collard greens, etc. Enjoy!
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    8 Reviews |  By xtine

    An easy everyday casserole that's a big hit, especially with teenage boys. For OAMC: let cool, cut into individual servings and flash freeze them. When solid pack the servings in vacuum sealed bags and stick them in the freezer. To reheat: Microwave until heated through or can be put in a casserole reheated in the oven at a low temp.

    Recipe #209107

    Casserole made with hominy, tomatoes, cheddar cheese and corn chips.

    Recipe #56709

    A down-home delicious stew that my family loves.

    Recipe #89819

    This is a very tasty dip for any party or family get together, the fresh cilantro gives it a wonderful fresh taste.

    Recipe #113551

    I'm not sure if this is "traditional" Red Beans and Rice but it sure is good! I cook the rice separately and let my family choose how they eat it. My mom has yet to eat this with rice!

    Recipe #198776

    Sandy Miller from Birmingham gave me this recipe. I love squash and like having different ways to prepare it. It is great for a potluck, but be ready to give out the recipe.

    Recipe #203909

    These were a big hit at my son's baptism brunch. Enjoy!

    Recipe #199681

    Yum, yum! Just in time for the holidays. I got this recipe from meals.com.

    Recipe #105757

    This is very rich and you don't need a lot to be satisfied.

    Recipe #33009

    The Palmetto Bug Stompers once crooned that: "There is nothing Like New Orleans", and there is also nothing like a good, simple gumbo, be it chicken and sausage, or seafood(my favorite)when done right, you can see why people get addicted to Louisiana. A quick confession;I have shamelessly stolen this recipe from Chuck at the Mighty "Gumbo Pages", just so we know that I give credit where credit is due. Check out his plethora of Louisiana recipes at his site; http://www.gumbopages.com/recipe-page.html

    Recipe #171573

    Chicken can be warm or chilled in this salad. This recipe is also a great way to use leftover barbecued chicken. Darlin', the "Southern" part of this dish's name refers to the peaches and chicken, a beloved combination below the Mason-Dixon line, especially when combined with a mustard-creamy dressing. From MSN recipes with my changes.

    Recipe #185747

    A wonderfully tangy peach cobbler that I found in a supplement to the Sunday newspaper years ago. I don't think I've ever served it to anyone who hasn't liked it. The filling is also great for a pie. For a really decadent dessert, serve this with a scoop of Blue Bell Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream! YUM!! The preparation time is approximate since I've never timed it. The cook time includes chill time for the dough.

    Recipe #111095

    It took me many tries before I felt I had a really good Chicken Fried Steak. This fries up extra crispy, so I pour a little gravy on the plate and place steak on top. This way you get to enjoy the crispy with the gravy and your steak coating won't get soggy. Enough gravy for mashed potatoes, too! I hope you like it as much as we do.

    Recipe #132518

    This is a bakery-quality coconut cream pie, if you are searching for an everyday ordinary pie then pass this by, but if you want the best coconut cream pie on the face of this earth and one that brings you rave reviews then I suggest this recipe, this is one I developed years ago, it's the addition of whipped cream that makes this special, if you are only using the table cream I strongly suggest to use the 2 teaspoon coconut extract, and if you *are* going the coconut milk method, just use one 398-ml can of a good quality coconut milk with half and half cream to measure 2-1/2 cups and still add in the the coconut extract, the more coconut flavor the better I say, then proceed with same directions, if you don't want the texture of shredded coconut in the filling you may omit if desired, really this pie has so much flavor you won't even miss it! --- To make it a Pina Colada pie, add 2 tbsp dark rum into the whipped cream, and fold 1/2 cup drained crushed pineapple into filling with whipped cream, plan ahead there is a chilling time for the pie --- see my recipe#66929

    Recipe #77978

    By Karen and Ben Barker, from Fine Cooking, issue #47. I have slightly adapted this recipe as I wanted a bit more spice to these sweet potatoes. This is a great addition to any holiday spread.

    Recipe #187815

    This dessert is so fast...easy...and DELICIOUS!! It makes its own 'crust'..adding coconut makes it EXTRA special!

    Recipe #126135

    Low Fat & Low Sugar Forms its own crust.

    Recipe #165981

    I got allot of these, I bought tons of recipe boxes from an auction recently, they are all on hand written index cards. NOTE: none of these have time or servings on them so I am guesstimating those.

    Recipe #195956

    The title refers to the sauce; the dish is actually cooked in a skillet, not on the grill. From Enola Prudhomme.

    Recipe #195971

    Some folks here in Virginia consider this a traditional Thanksgiving Day pie, but I eat it all year round. (grin)

    Recipe #98089

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