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    5 Reviews |  By lazyme

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

    Recipe #177144

    A recipe from Southern Living in a section about Blue Plate Specials.

    Recipe #119236

    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

    From The Southern Living Cookbook. A very simple jelly using bottled grape juice. Goes together in no time, so it's perfect for last minute gift ideas or beginning jelly makers. Uses hot water bath canning.

    Recipe #118985

    Excellent enchiladas! The recipe comes from Southern Living where it is a top-rated recipe.

    Recipe #118964

    Top this dense and flavorful cake with sifted powdered sugar or maybe a simple glaze. I halved the recipe, and baked it in a loaf pan for about one hour. From Southern Living (December 2004)

    Recipe #118935

    For a request from Southern Living, January edition. Submitted by Willie Monroe, Homewood, Alabama. Prep time does not include making toppings. The nutrition facts includes all of the topping ingredients.

    Recipe #118477

    From The Southern Living Cookbook. A simple and unusual way to prepare potatoes. Crispy with a lovely brown color and a touch of sweetness from molasses. I always use a cast iron skillet. Recipe says it serves 3 to 4 but they go quickly.

    Recipe #118367

    From Southern Living this homestyle gravy is good stuff!

    Recipe #118153

    I found this recipe quite a few years ago in a Southern Living Cookbook. It's a good way to use up some of the leftover turkey from the holidays.

    Recipe #118002

    A classic recipe from an old Southern Living cookbook. Very easy to prepare. If you don't have chives, you can subtitute a chopped scallion, or if you don't care for onions, leave it out. Preparation time includes boiling eggs and assembly. Add one hour for chill time.

    Recipe #117923

    2 Reviews |  By Jajaja

    I felt so fancy making this. It is a Southern Living recipe.

    Recipe #117488

    Eggs with corn tortillas, onion, peppers and tomatoes. This lower fat version is from Southern Living.

    Recipe #117143

    Posted in response to a request for this recipe from the April '05 issue of Southern Living magazine.

    Recipe #117045

    From Southern Living, a pie that's sure to please!

    Recipe #116848

    Adapted from Southern Living. Mother-tested, kid-approved.

    Recipe #116695

    This recipe came out of a 1974 Southern Living cookbook. Great for the fresh veggies that we all harvest during the summer.

    Recipe #116218

    My husband is not a huge fan of sweet potatoes, but I think he liked this just as much as I did. This has a subtle flavor, and the only sweetness comes naturally from the sweet potatoes. I used more liqueur and pepper. From Southern Living.

    Recipe #115940

    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

    I expected this to have a much stronger vinegar taste, but I was surprised to find it was really rather subtle, and just enhanced the cauliflower rather than truly flavoring it. I like to taste my veggies, and not cover them up, so you can bet I enjoyed this. From Southern Living.

    Recipe #115936

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