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Clippped from an old copy of Southern Living. Directions are for either stovetop or rice cooker.

Recipe #88441

From Southern Living. When I make this, I use a bar of regular cream cheese and add about 1/3-1/2 can of drained crushed pineapple to it. I also use more coconut. Yummy stuff that I have been known to eat with a spoon....

Recipe #115938

From The Southern Living Cookbook. Very simple jelly, perfect for the beginner. Great for last minute gift baskets. Uses hot water bath canning.

Recipe #118986

I found this recipe in a Southern Living Magazine about 20 years ago. It was for apple fried pies but my mother and I modified it for dried apricots. I don't make these often because it is time consuming to roll out each individual fried pie.

Recipe #104127

11 Reviews |  By Bev

I recently had a back log of Southern Living Magazines waiting for me to go through. When I came across this pasta recipe, I just knew it was one I couldn't let get away without trying. I am posting it here so I will always know where to find it! This dish makes a great main course or side dish. I prepared this dish as soon as I had all the ingredients on hand and I have to say, it is as delicious as it sounds! This is a very easy recipe to add your desired amount of chicken or shrimp, if you like. I hope you think it looks as tempting as I did ; )!

Recipe #87168

A do-ahead appetizer. You can 'wow' them with this one. I found this at Southern Living and this is the recipe as written. I like to use about half of the amount of blue cheese called for and I just use a 'swipe' on the bread.. not 2 tablespoons full.

Recipe #79072

Got this recipe at Southern Living Cooking School. I really like it and make it year-round. Great for a light lunch.

Recipe #25735

I got this recipe from a Southern Living Magazine a couple of years ago. It was an instant favorite, and I get so many requests for the recipe that I figured I would make it easy on myself and just post it. I usually use more Old Bay, Tabasco, and scallions than it says, cause I like a little extra kick. It really is AWESOME, especially with crusty french bread.

Recipe #113419

From an old 1979 issue of Southern Living. My 21 year old son still requests this treat often.

Recipe #38629

Adapted from a 1990 issue of Southern Living. Recipe produces a tasty dish that also looks wonderfully elegant.

Recipe #39059

A very tasty and easy dinner in less than an hour. I found this in a Southern Living cookbook and thought it was worth passing on. I served this with Uncle Ben's Garlic and Butter rice and a vegetable.

Recipe #75207

5 Reviews |  By lazyme

Good recipe from Southern Living. Sometimes I cheat and use frozen meatballs to save time.

Recipe #177144

4 Reviews |  By Jajaja

This is from Southern Living and I think it tastes just great!

Recipe #117482

This is a great meal for any night (or maybe even for breakfast or brunch!) This comes from southern living magazine.

Recipe #70403

I love bananas and oatmeal, so when I saw this in the September 2004 issue of Cooking Light, I just knew I had to make it! I wasn't at all disappointed. The oatmeal makes it hearty and somewhat chewy, while the bananas and buttermilk make it sweet and moist - yet it is not as sweet or sticky-moist as some other banana breads I've had. This makes a smaller loaf than some recipes. I made 2 mini-loaves instead of one large one, and they were done in 30-35 minutes. EDITED to mention- Since I posted this recipe, I've made it several times. It has become THE banana bread recipe for this household, and when I give it as gifts it never fails to receive compliments. It is extremely versatile also. I have made it with yogurt in place of buttermilk, walnut oil for the vegetable oil, and I have cut back the sugar and added cinnamon as a couple reviewers suggested. This last time I made an eggless version by substituting 2 Tablespoons ground flax seed + 6 Tablespoons water for the eggs. (I think next time I will try a vegan version by also replacing the buttermilk with soymilk.) Every time it has turned out perfect!

Recipe #100513

Even if you've never canned before, the ease and simplicity of using this sauce will encourage you to preserve its flavor with a boiling-water bath! Grab a jar off the shelf and dinner is ready in minutes! From Southern Living magazine. This would make a great gift, in a basket with pasta, a wooden spoon, some wine.....

Recipe #74421

This is a delicious way to cook a cheap cut of beef. Adapted from Southern Living.

Recipe #90608

A great stuffed shells recipe that is filled with ground beef instead of the usual cheese stuffing. I modified this slightly from a recipe I found in a Southern Living cookbook.

Recipe #117102

If you don't want beef shortribs, try the sauce on something else. It's a good, sweet barbecue sauce. It's another one of my father's old recipes. I think he adapted it from Southern Living.

Recipe #107913

A classy entree for special occasions. Adapted from Southern Living.

Recipe #115806

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