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    My son loves soy sauce and my husband loves horseradish, I love Tuna Steaks. I make this often on the grill. Its done when still pink in the middle. This recipe came from Southern Livings 20th anniversary edition.Not a lot of ingredients, fast and easy!

    Recipe #114985

    Very colorful, beautiful and delicious treat for brunch or dinner. From Southern Living, earned their highest rating. This is not difficult but takes a little time because the vegetables are sautéed separately. I've also made this in a 13x9 pan, it's just not as pretty.

    Recipe #114863

    You won't believe the difference dredging lean pork in seasoned cornstarch makes in these quick pork fajitas. From Southern Living, credited to Janie Baur of Spring, Texas.

    Recipe #114538

    Mudbug Madness is one of my favorite festivals (Shreveport, LA). Crawfish season isn't until March and I am so ready. This is the recipe my husband and I use for our crawfish boils. Adapted from Southern Living. Posted 12-9-04.

    Recipe #114635

    Whew! That is some title. The peanut butter topping on this is outstanding. My bananas were very sweet and ripe, so I was able to get away with less sugar in the batter (I used the full amount in the topping though). From Southern Living.

    Recipe #113928

    I first made this for my DD, who is a major choco-holic, for her 16th birthday; she was one happy camper and we all enjoyed it very much. Recipe is from Southern Living and the blurb accompanying it reads: "...six layers of chocolate-y delight...mounded with whipped cream and sprinkled w/ nuts..." Definitely an impressive and delicious dessert!

    Recipe #113814

    This is a slightly adapted version of a recent Southern Living recipe. It is so flavorful and makes a beautiful presentation. AND after making it, you'll also have a quick and easy recipe for bruschetta. Enjoy!

    Recipe #113827

    When one is just plain tired of chicken and/or meat this is simply divine. Credit goes to Linda King of Dunwoody, Ga. and was featured in Southern Living. This is also great for your Vegetarian guests.

    Recipe #113657

    I found this recipe in the December 2004 issue of Southern Living Magazine. It's a new and refreshing way to serve okra.

    Recipe #113734

    This sounds so wonderful, however, if I made a batch of this I'd be the only one in my house eating it. I'm placing it here for safe-keeping and hope that someone will prepare it and let me know just how good it is. I found this in Southern Living Magazine.

    Recipe #113606

    I love this recipe! It came from Southern Living magazine and is one of my family's favorite. It takes a little bit of time to prepare and cook but is well worth the effort. Very unique taste with the gorgonzola and the sweetness of the onions. Enjoy!

    Recipe #113528

    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

    This is a quick, easy and delicious appetizer and best yet, the topping can be made ahead and refrigerated. I think the recipe originated from Southern Living but it was given to me by a friend -- just had to have it after trying it!

    Recipe #113436

    This recipe is so simple you could make it in your sleep, and so good you will want to keep a jar in the refrigerator all of the time. I got the original recipe from "Southern Living, August 2004 by Ann Wilson, Bowdon, Georgia". Her recipe was simple, but I made it even easier.

    Recipe #113345

    My grandmother made the best black-bottom pie but she never wrote down her recipe. This recipe very closely resembles the taste and look of it. Adapted from Southern Living. 2 hour, 30 minute chill time.

    Recipe #113293

    This recipe is the combination of my Aunt Eileen's cake, my friend Kris' creme filling and Southern Living's Raspberry sauce. Combined it has become an incredibly decadent dessert. I make it for DH's b-day and other very special occasions. It's alot of effort but well worth it!

    Recipe #113011

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    This was featured in the March 05 issue of "Southern Living". Tried it out last weekend and it was a HUGE hit! Don't let the amount of red pepper alarm you--you can scrape it off the skin before serving.

    Recipe #113046

    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

    From The Ultimate Southern Living Cookbook. My favorite way to use all of those fig preserves I insist on making. A nice moist spice cake, good with coffee when the weather starts to get cool.

    Recipe #112713

    Addictive little buggers. Adapted from Southern Living.

    Recipe #112656

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