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    This is great to take to potlucks and parties. Hopefully you enjoy this simple desert!

    Recipe #7280

    A simple recipe for a summer meal! Enjoy :)

    Recipe #114174

    This recipe was inspired by a Recipezaar thread where I requested Zaar Southerners to suggest their favorite Southern recipes. Talk about Southern hospitality -- what a response! I learned a lot -- I think I'm part Southerner now! About the stuffing: It does not call for broth, as the cornbread is on the moist side, even after toasting. I like a more crumbly stuffing, and find that the chicken exudes plenty of moisture to make it just right.

    Recipe #111651

    Keep these on hand for quick burritos, or soft tacos. This also makes a great side dish.

    Recipe #115728

    Mouth watering and waist whittling meal in a pot. Good to eat and good for you. This quick chicken and vegetable casserole has five vegetables. Add any green salad.

    Recipe #43442

    A tasty punch that would be perfect for picnics, parties, camping, and so much more! I hope that you enjoy it.

    Recipe #93254

    I created this recipe for my lovely husband (who I call Seets) after looking at several other recipes and not finding any that were close to what his Grandmother makes. He loves these, and hopefully you do too.

    Recipe #92989

    So simple and fresh! Great easy dinner to make when you have salmon. This is from Southern Living Magazine.

    Recipe #70364

    This is super good and easy for those busy nights. From Family Circle magazine.

    Recipe #74965

    These are a southern twist on an old New England favorite, lobster rolls.

    Recipe #115577

    This recipe will have your guests guessing the secret ingredient. Perfect for all of those upcoming summer barbecues.

    Recipe #93296

    I was looking for cranberry recipes, and was given this one to try. Would be great for a dinner party or an appetizer. Enjoy!

    Recipe #193897

    A classic recipe updated with dried cherries and spinach, replacing raisins and lettuce.Gala apples are perfect for this salad! Adapted from Southern Living magazine. New England, English, Mid Atlantic

    Recipe #172985

    My mom started making this when I was younger and it's always a hit! I've had to jot down the recipe anytime I've made it for company. I usually make up a big batch of these meatballs and keep in the freezer for other uses because they are so good! Hope you like them too!

    Recipe #73008

    I love this coffee cake! So easy to make, but beware, this is not for the calorie conscience. I don't recall where I found this excellent recipe. Cooks Note: Please use fresh blueberries, if you use frozen, cook a bit longer.

    Recipe #149258

    This is from a hand-out that was distributed by a local grower in the weekly Culver City, CA farmer's market. The chiptole gives it a great flavor. You will have a lot of chiptoles left over - just dump the rest of the can in a freezer bag and freeze for later (lay the bag out flat, so you can break of just one at a time once they're frozen). They're pretty hot, look out! P.S. If you are looking for Pico de Gallo and not Salsa, omit the canned tomato and double the fresh tomato.

    Recipe #109244

    A delicious sauce to serve with baked ham. From Eating Light and Loving It.

    Recipe #58608

    Do we love blueberries! I am not much of a dessert chef, but I sure can whip up a good bread pudding...and this one is one of our favorites. Cooks Notes: You can use "fat-free" half-and-half and "reduced-fat" cream cheese and it still is wonderful.

    Recipe #149796

    This is such a simple and good side dish. From Family Circle Magazine.

    Recipe #74530

    The Loveless Cafe has been a famous resturant/hotel in Nashville Tennessee since 1951. To this day they still serve great country recipes. Everything they make is from scratch, including this pie. Enjoy!

    Recipe #116084

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