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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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    7 Reviews |  By MsSally

    This is from the March 08 issue of Southern Living. I was intrigued by the method of this recipe and can't wait to try it....Nutitional info from Southern Living...CALORIES 315; FAT 11.9g (sat 3.9g,mono 5g,poly 1.1g); PROTEIN 29.3g; CHOLESTEROL 65mg; CALCIUM 43mg; SODIUM 369mg; FIBER 0.9g; IRON 4.1mg; CARBOHYDRATE 20.3g

    Recipe #291328

    8 Reviews |  By MsSally

    This recipe is to go with the chicken fried steak also from Southern Living 08.

    Recipe #291170

    5 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    Black-eyed peas, candied bacon, pecan crusted chicken breast-YUM! A terrific summer meal. It looks a little involved, but is really very easy as you can prep everything else as the chicken cooks. Try a Southwestern/Southern fusion by substituting ingredients as you like ex: Black beans vs black-eyed peas, add sliced avocado, Jack vs cheddar, you decide :) We like our corn and beans or peas warmed a bit, and ate this as a slightly warm salad. Note: After making the recipe as directed, I wished I would have doubled the bacon as it really made the salad special.

    Recipe #229112

    From Southern Living April 2007. I'm saving this recipe until I have fresh tomatoes from the garden. Serve with a salad for a complete meal that comes together quickly. Notes from SL, do not use deli ham due to the moisture content. You can also use leftover ham in this recipe.

    Recipe #218019

    3 Reviews |  By C.C

    This is a great side dish, especially if you like corn. My DH is form Nebraska so he lived on the stuff as a child. I can't remeber were I found this recipe but its a good one--it has become a favourite in our house.

    Recipe #206567

    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

    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

    5 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Sweet and Oh so GOOOOOOOD layered pie! Will fill that crave for rich chocolate.

    Recipe #192560

    Paula Deen recipe I plan on trying!!

    Recipe #189993

    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 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

    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

    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

    5 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    These beets are super quick to make because the recipe uses canned beets. The beets can be either sliced or whole. It just depends upon your preference.

    Recipe #178952

    This is an old southern recipe.

    Recipe #177092

    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 one of the many recipes from my grandmothers cookbook. She passed away in May of 2005 and I am recording her wonderful recipes for my family and the many generations that will follow. I hope you enjoy her recipes as much as we do. I have not made each one yet-so cooking time and servings may not be posted on some. Blessings from FOURMRANCHWIFE in Texas

    Recipe #154444

    These are good served with plum jam or any one of your favorite spreads.

    Recipe #151372

    This is not the usual blender Strawberry Lemonade, but a well worth recipe for a refreshing beverage that will make your guests think they are hanging with Martha herself....you will make this again and again! DELICIOUS!

    Recipe #148790

    This is a roulade version of the Cajun specialty Turducken. I am also posting recipes for the Cajun Cornbread Stuffing and The Cajun Rice Dressing used in this recipe.

    Recipe #144886

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