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    My sister Kathy makes the best corn on the cob- sweet and tender. This is her recipe.

    Recipe #412356

    Your man will enjoy this easy to make dish anytime.

    Recipe #293980

    Try this method with any vegetable.

    Recipe #374704

    If you're counting calories and/or cholesterol, you'll want to skip this one. On the other hand, if you want your kids to kiss your feet and promise to do their homework, you might try it. :) My children are grown now, but they (and their friends) still beg for it. The original recipe, which I've modified slightly, was printed in Southern Living many years ago. Don't let the fractions throw you. Just 'guesstimate', saving enough for the top layer that it doesn't dry out. Serve with a salad and garlic bread and eat 'til you pop!

    Recipe #86504

    This cake comes from one of my favorite cookbooks, *The Cake Mix Doctor*. It is a keeper of a cake recipe

    Recipe #36041

    I got this recipe from my sister and i absolutely loved it. its so great- you can add tons of extras in (nuts, rasins, etc)

    Recipe #372503

    This is similar to many Baked Pasta dishes but with the distinct flavors of pizza. I created this recipe yesterday and took it to a dinner party as the main dish. It was a big hit and every woman there asked for the recipe. I decided that anything that popular should be posted here. You do not have to use the same kind of pasta I did...but should use a pasta which will remain slightly firm after boiling and baking so that it is not mushy. NOTE** I've had several people ask about when to add the spices...you can either add them to the sauce or to the sausage when you cook it. Either way works great! Since this recipe is an original creation of mine, it tickles me so very much that lots of people are enjoying it! Thanks everyone!

    Recipe #118852

    I tried to find a recipe like this, but couldn't seem to find one. Here is what I came up with.

    Recipe #419275

    This is very similar to a dish served at my Church's recent potluck. The chicken turned out so moist and the presentation was wonderful.

    Recipe #466400

    I had to name this recipe "Super" because it just is, and "Cheater", because no matter how hard I try, I just can't make a nice soft biscuit! So I use Mary B's frozen southern style biscuits, available where I live. A national chain just bought them up, and if they become available where you are, give them a try! They are like homemade! And although I can't make biscuits, I can make a good gravy to go on top of them. I usually only make enough gravy for 4 biscuits, because I only make for two....I also allow each person to have 2 slices of sausage! Adjust the recipe accordingly. If you have a hearty appetite, double it! I said 4 servings in my listing, but this only feeds one teenage boy!

    Recipe #333849

    This wonderful recipe is courtesy of Paula Deen, but I have tweaked it slightly buy I adding in some extra spices to the flour mixture, use kosher salt only for this --- this recipe makes a lot so make certain that you have a large rack that will fit onto a large baking sheet --- plan ahead the chicken will need to marinate overnight, cooking time is oven time.

    Recipe #292845

    My family loves enchiladas! This recipe makes them just as yummy but with half the labor! You can substitute canned enchilada sauce and refried beans but making them from scratch makes it so much more delicious! You can also substitute additional water or vegetable broth for the chicken broth.

    Recipe #473088

    I didn't really know what to call these....we call them mashed potatoes, but I use an electric mixer, not a potato masher! So I compromised on the name. This is a required side dish for meatloaf, country fried steak, or fried chicken at my house. Anytime someone just needs some comfort food, we seem to have these. They are quick and easy to make, very basic, and totally uncomplicated! I hesitated to post these, because I think everyone makes these. But then I remembered when I first got married, and I didn't even know how to make toast! So I posted it! We normally serve this as posted, but you can add chopped green onions, cheese, garlic, etc if you'd like. You can substitue sour cream for the half and half as well....especially nice if you add some chives.

    Recipe #406290

    Meatloaf mixture of ground beef, cheese, and quick-cooking oats is formed into individually sized loaves. They are glazed with a sauce of ketchup, brown sugar, and mustard.

    Recipe #281666

    Good for American cuisine in hot weather, this salad is full of flavors both common and unexpected. For dressing, try Recipe #84159, Recipe #347763, or Recipe #347457.

    Recipe #396409

    This is a wonderful...easy bread...and you can add to it easily...try adding crisp fried bacon, pepperoni, cheddar cheese or hot peppers...(do so in moderation) What makes this bread special...(you soak the cornmeal in the milk for 15 min. without stirring...to get rid of the grittiness)...makes a lovely mellow bread

    Recipe #85511

    The best mashed potatoes. Many think it is an easy thing to make mashed potatoes, but there is an art to it, and my mom mastered it!

    Recipe #290458

    10 Reviews |  By Derf

    Non traditional, low cal but lots of taste! edited from Cooking smart for a healthy heart.

    Recipe #16581

    I grew up in Alabama and learned to make squash casserole from my Ma Fern, without added calories from milk, canned soup, crackers, or bread crumbs! ---------------- NOTE: Prep time includes cool down time after the squash is sauteed! Cooking time includes estimated time for sauteing the squash, AND baking the casserole in the oven!

    Recipe #482522

    This is a family favorite recipe at our house that I usually make at least once per month. It's really like an oven-fried chicken, it should come out crispy and browned. I don't even measure the ingredients any more, I just dump the flour and spices in the bag and shake away - it's SO easy! This is great with mashed potatoes (if you make gravy with the pan drippings) and corn (in the summer), carrots (in the winter). The original recipe is from GH Illustrated Cookbook, I've changed a few things.

    Recipe #74279

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