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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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    Southern Sweet Potato Pie

    Recipe #381

    This casserole is requested at every holiday by family and friends. Its elegant enough for even your most picky guests. Hope you'll try it.

    Recipe #186384

    I adapted this recipe from one I found in Gourmet Magazine grilling issue. I added a bit more brown sugar to the sauce to take some of the bite out of the Worcestershire. The original recipe called for the shrimp to be broiled in their shells. Today happened to be in the high 90's, so I decided to cook these, peeled, in the sauce over the stove...ANYTHING to not have to turn the broiler on!! I think they turned out great. Next time I think I will definitely try these on the grill.

    Recipe #179888

    This is an old southern recipe.

    Recipe #177092

    Cook time is approximate refridgeration time.

    Recipe #167982

    4 Reviews |  By Sweet T

    I am known for my sweet tea; hence, the nickname sweet tea. this is a wonderful drink. if you have ever been to the south and tried sweet tea and liked it, you will love this!!!!

    Recipe #156623

    This is my aunts recipe. My hubby and kids love it!

    Recipe #160905

    This recipe is from southernfood.about.com. (Diana Rattray). Serve over hot biscuit with butter! Delicious!

    Recipe #154243

    Comes from www.askyourneighbor.com

    Recipe #146077

    1 Reviews |  By Lindakb

    My sons are really picky eaters. They absolutely love this dressing. They like it because it is so moist and fluffy. I got it from a North Georgia recipe book.

    Recipe #144708

    This is catfish done by Miss Mary Bobo's in Lynchburg, TN.

    Recipe #132971

    This is the same as the frozen southern hurricane but is made for those who do not want it frozen. From the Southern Comfort website.

    Recipe #123026

    This is another recipe I grew up with. This is passed down from word of mouth, no one has ever written it down before! Fresh, fried okra is soo simple to fix and soo good!

    Recipe #121409

    This recipe is adapted from a recipe booklet bought in the mountains.

    Recipe #115700

    A very old recipe which I might have found in a Junior League cookbook. Sweet with cinnamon and vanilla but not overpowering so you can still taste the pecans. They're very quick to make and nice to include in gift baskets. This is a simple candy recipe that's much more forgiving than most. Total cooking time is about 15 minutes.

    Recipe #110560

    This recipe was given to me by my niece who resides in South Carolina. It is different than Baked Macaroni and Cheese recipes. I use this as a side dish to baked or fried chicken, baked pork chops, kielbasa, or just about anything. It is an alternate to having the traditional potatoes at most meals. You will find this recipe is quick to put together and calls for a minimal number of ingredients. Leftovers can be reheated in a microwave.

    Recipe #107514

    My dad loves to have a good old southern fish/seafood fry. This is the recipe he uses for fried oysters.

    Recipe #101325

    prep time includes 2 hours chill time.

    Recipe #79771

    This delicious casserole hasn't been compromised by garlic and some other seasonings to detract from the traditional southern flavor, or gunked up with cheese to turn it into a gratin or doria. We enjoy this authentic southern dish year-round, so good in its creamy simplicity and subtle flavors. My family always expects it for Christmas dinner alongside the ham and cranberry chutney. Be your own judge regarding measurements. I learned from my grandmother and she never measured, so I've learned to guestimate on many of my recipes. NOTE: This dish can easily be frozen after baking, then thawed out and reheated. I do not recommend freezing without baking first, since potatoes will sometimes get mushy if frozen uncooked. I personally do not like a tin baking pan for this particular recipe, especially for freezing, since it can sometimes impart a "tinny" taste. Also, if this recipe is baked in a glass baking dish and then frozen, the glass will shatter if not at room temperature. So, if freezing in a glass baking dish, I recommend baking and freezing in Corning Ware since it will not break.

    Recipe #60160

    3 Reviews |  By Bev

    A true southern tradition. So smooth and mellow. Wonderful for a hot summer's day, swinging slowly on a porch swing ; )

    Recipe #55089

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