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    Being Southern, when company drops in, you find yourself saying, "Can I get you something to drink?" or "Would you like a snack?" Entertaining is just second nature. I came up with this one day when some neighbors dropped by and I didn't have anything "special" made up, but had a bottle of juice in the frige. We were very pleasantly surprised how well this turned out.

    Recipe #189415

    This casserole is served at the Victorian House Bed & Breakfast in Smiths Grove near where I went to college. One of my professors and her husband were friends of the owners and passed this recipe on to us when she made it in class. It was delicious.

    Recipe #209994

    These are a little on the special side for Christmas because the ingredients might not be something you keep on hand. However, they are beautiful in a jar and delicious out of the oven. Giving this gift will get smiles all around and make you look like Martha Stewart!

    Recipe #201782

    This came from the daily evening fare at the Trustee House at Pleasant Hill. Shakers raised vast gardens and harvested not only the vegetables and fruits, but created different varieties and sold their seeds. The were truly talented at preserving everything and using it to the fullest. I have never tried this recipe, but I know there are a lot of veggie lovers here at Zaar. Maybe one of these days, I'll get brave and try it.

    Recipe #158442

    This pie is served at Shaker Village here in Kentucky as part of the dinner fare at the Trustee House. It is rich and creamy and delicious and if a whole pie is in the house with me around, it is in serious danger of turning up "missing".

    Recipe #167430

    These are served at the Trustee's House at Pleasant Hill where "They make you kindly welcome." NOTE: The molasses (made at Pleasant Hill by Shakers) is what gives these muffins flavor. The squash does not overpower the flavors. These are truly something to try, especially if you are searching for ways to use squash.

    Recipe #158446

    Another Mocktail for you non-drinkers. I suppose if you wanted to kick it up, you could add some booze. But I think it's refreshing the way it is. When the SuperWalmart moved it, getting Pomegranate juice was so much easier!

    Recipe #161046

    I really like the sausage cheese balls my Pop makes for our New Year's celebration. But sometimes, sausage gives me heartburn and well, cheddar is pretty common. I wanted to try something different. So, I decided to omit the meat (making our vegan friends happy) and change the cheese (making me happy). I cut and pasted a few recipes together, tried some different amounts of ingredients, and well, VIOLA! They're pretty good and I wouldn't hesitate to fill a basket of these and plop 'em on my appy table.

    Recipe #188705

    I eat a lot of fruit. Dip always makes it special, even if I'm not taking it to a party. I always try to keep various dip ingredients on-hand. I found this dip in my new Taste of Home (contributed by Kim Marie Van Rheenen) and had all the stuff. (I called for orange juice, but I had pineapple orange juice so I used it.) It is so good, I could eat it with a spoon!

    Recipe #191766

    Summer backyard parties are coming up and you'll want to take the dish everyone's talking about. TAKE THESE! They're great and everyone will ask for the recipe. To make these meatballs a meal, just cut the recipe in half and make them bigger than 1 inch.

    Recipe #167307

    When diabetes changed my diet, (I'm a big fan of candy) I started eating more fruit for dessert. I prefer it fresh, but love a good dip. This one had to grow on me a bit, but is none-the-less delish. I like it with summer fruits like cantaloupe. I usually chill mine before serving for about an hour, reflected in the passive cook time.

    Recipe #216164

    These tea cakes are great for many reasons. They're simple, make great year-around gifts, or a great dessert for a dinner. They would also make a great hostess gift. And...they're easy because the base is an angel food cake mix!

    Recipe #200028

    Autumn is the time when we typically serve pumpkin dishes, but this wonderful cake would be good year-round. It's maple flavor is also refreshing. I love maple and there's not a lot of anything out there with it in there. This cake is fancy enough to serve at a big dinner but simple enough to make for a week-night dinner.

    Recipe #150415

    I found this in a magazine (have no clue which one, wrote it down and gave it a try with a hopeful heart that it would be good. Boy, it hit the spot! Great for a fall breakfast or dessert, especially since fall is apple season.

    Recipe #189175

    These green beans will put a pucker on your face! They definitely have a whang to them. My uncle Don is a very VERY picky eater and he ate half the pan, so they must be pretty good. You can also adjust the heat to these babies and if you happen to catch canned vegetables on sale (if you're not into canning your own), it's a great way to serve an alternative to plain ole green beans or that mushroom casserole everyone makes at the holidays.

    Recipe #138660

    This recipe came from the Savannah Country Cooking cookbook, Paula Deen's very first cookbook. It is served by Esther Shaver in her bookstore cafe. If Paula thinks it's that good, well...it must be! So, I tried it, and it is. Different from a normal coleslaw, but goes well with just about any meal! Cook time would be chill time, but will vary if your serving immediately or chilling. Also, the prep time will vary if you have to shred all the ingredients. Both are guesstimates.

    Recipe #203059

    This is so easy, so delicious, and did I mention easy? Mom and I had been toying with the enchilada recipes I've found here on Zaar that sparked our interest. I had been browsing the back of can labels (always on the lookout for recipes to try) and the "Acapulco" jumped out at me. I came home, made some adjustments to my old recipe, and this is what it turned out to be...a culinary vacation to Acapulco.

    Recipe #156707

    This recipe came from Alan (my best friend in college). His parents are from Louisiana and this was his mom's recipe. We used to have poker parties all the time and this was one of our favorite things to serve. Popcorn is cheap, so we made a lot of different flavored popcorns.

    Recipe #192838

    Oatmeal pies were popular in the 50's, but have become something that isn't so popular today. However, it is delicious. Give this one a try.

    Recipe #167305

    I love a good meatloaf. What Redneck doesn't? The key to a good meatloaf, though is to get the right seasonings, the quality of the meat, and the right binding. Some put vegetables like carrots or other stuff in their meatloaf to trick their kids into eating healthier. A Redneck kid can sniff a veggie out from forty paces and will refuse to eat it. This does not apply to the mixed peas and mashed potatoes thing. This is a favorite recipe of mine. Haven't got a clue where it came from, nor does it matter. It satisfies this Redneck's palate. Give it a try.

    Recipe #152592

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