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    Country Cookin'

    Some of our family's favorite dishes from bbq to casseroles, good eatin's to scrumptious vitals, from tantilizing treats that titillate the tastebuds to delicious, decadent desserts! Ya'll come back now, ya hear?!
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    each fall, I use these with pork chops, pork roast - whatever. They are wonderful, and so easy to make, from my Grandma Daisy's kitchen.

    Recipe #3057

    GOOD! GOOD! GOOD! I serve the gravy over mashed potatoes with a side salad and hot rolls. Not sure of prep and cook times.

    Recipe #48743

    This is easy to make--just make sure you use 1 tablespoon of cornstarch per 1 cup of sugar.

    Recipe #88812

    Absolutely heavenly seasoning mix! I use it on everything. Amazing flavor!

    Recipe #57340

    This is different and really delicious. Great for Fall parties.

    Recipe #25730

    This chilled pie will be gone right before your eyes. I would buy 8 Butterfingers. One to crush on top of the pie. One to eat.

    Recipe #29478

    1 Reviews |  By Cynna

    Bring the flavors of a Memphis BBQ pit to your backyard this summer. Great on sandwiches, ribs, chicken or steaks.

    Recipe #236377

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

    Recipe #33009

    The best flavors always seem so simple! Give these a try (I won't eat cucumbers any other way). A nice southern treat! Since the recipe is so easy good ingredients are key. Real or homemade mayo and good salt, seedless cukes.

    Recipe #128797

    I have never made this but was asked to post the recipe for someone in chat. I looked for an email address to ask permission first but could not find one so I will just say that the recipe belongs to Charlie Porter and the web site is http://www.pastracks.com/mcf/recipe.htm. I posted it just like he has it there. Good luck and dont shine and drive. I have no idea about prep time.

    Recipe #31761

    11 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This is a really simple way of making nut brittle, without using a candy thermometer or doing any of the stage tests. A trick that I use is to line the cookie sheet with parchment paper so there's no sticky stuff to pry off and then wash up.

    Recipe #54557

    So much fresher and better than the frozen ones.

    Recipe #16887

    The Colonel was in the kitchen one day and had an idea what to do with the potatoes that he had and he came up with the Potato Wedges. The used to be made fresh but due to the invention of the frozen fry they are sent to the stores frozen and ready to cook.

    Recipe #58942

    A simple and delicious breakfast. I was surprised it wasn't already posted here.

    Recipe #177876

    51 Reviews |  By m0m

    This recipe is from Womack House, a long ago country kitchen in Fulshear, TX. It tastes like summer!

    Recipe #94964

    From Paula Deen Food Network. I make these for our Christmas Eve celebration for the family. We loved them.

    Recipe #218681

    Easy to prepare, and great for serving over blueberry pancakes. Much better than that stuff in the bottle at the store.

    Recipe #42038

    In 1921, a German born clockmaker quit his well respected job to open a popcorn stand in Chicago’s Wicker Park District. The clockmaker’s typical fare was freshly popped popcorn drizzled with warm butter and sprinkled with salt; but his favorite, and most beloved popcorn, was his caramel coated popcorn. The recipe he used to make it was given to him from his only true love, who tragically died four years earlier during World War I. The tattered and torn recipe, which was scribbled on the inside of an old playbill, was carefully framed and sealed in an exquisite frame. The clockmaker faithfully took the framed recipe with him everywhere he went. By the summer of 1924, the clockmaker’s caramel coated popcorn had captivated the entire city’s attention; everyone was frantically lining up at his busy stand to buy the sweet, sticky confection. A few months later, just as the clockmaker was preparing to close his stand for the day, a small fire ignited near the stove. The clockmaker instinctively ran out to call for help. When he returned, just seconds later, he remembered leaving the framed recipe hanging on the wall. The clockmaker quickly ran into the burning stand to retrieve the recipe, but he never made it out. When the fire inspectors went into the charred ruins to investigate the accident, they found the clockmaker’s frame lying in a pile of smoking debris. The frame was in pristine condition; not a dent, nor a blemish, could be seen on it. However, the recipe was gone. The recipe for the clockmaker’s caramel popcorn recently surfaced and is beginning to circulate around the globe. Unfortunately, many people think the recipe is haunted because it is believed that if your clock stops running after making the recipe it’s because the clockmaker has paid you a visit in hopes of reclaiming his long, lost recipe. NOTE: This recipe, as written, results in a sticky, chewy caramel popcorn. If you prefer a crunchier caramel popcorn, bake it in the oven at 250 degrees for 1 hour, stirring every 15 minutes.

    Recipe #181870

    From www.TopSecretRecipes.com. A copycat of KFC's yummy coleslaw.

    Recipe #33489

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