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    My Mom whipped up this recipe when she lived on the coast. It's a keeper!

    Recipe #183339

    This dish is particularly good for pot luck or picnics. Prep time does not include cooking the chicken. I usually have pre-cooked chicken in my freezer. You can also cook in an oven for 30 minutes at 350 degrees F.

    Recipe #64480

    Another use for those unripe or end of season green tomatoes. It really does taste like raspberry jam! I got this recipe from Southern Living.

    Recipe #64798

    These are great beans to use in Bloody Mary's, or on an appetizer tray, or in your brown bag. I recommend starting with the 1/4 tsp. cayenne unless you know you really like the extra heat. Prep time does not include preparing the jars for canning.

    Recipe #68562

    This recipe is from the August 2003 edition of Southern Living, found in reply to a request.

    Recipe #106777

    From the February 2005 issue of Southern Living. Posted in response to a request. Cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #111908

    From Southern Living this homestyle gravy is good stuff!

    Recipe #118153

    This would be a nice dessert for Thanksgiving or Christmas.

    Recipe #119155

    The source of this recipe is from Antoine's Restaurant in New Orleans, Louisiana.

    Recipe #64162

    I love corn, and I love this recipe. This recipe has been around a long time, but I just discovered it. I hope you like it too!

    Recipe #64482

    This is a good recipe to use when you have company and are using the oven for other cooking. This is done in 1 1/2 hours to 3 hours tops. I entered 2 hours as the cooking time because the description won't let you put in 1/2 hour times.

    Recipe #64484

    The basic method of cooking artichokes.

    Recipe #67577

    This is a tasty cheese ball. Posted in reply to a request.

    Recipe #80601

    Very tasty bread!

    Recipe #48361

    It is simple and sweet. The original directions, which call for baking in a tube pan and pouring hot syrup over the cake in the pan, work. We also tried it in a Bundt pan, with the hot syrup drizzled over the cake after removing from the pan. That worked equally well.

    Recipe #48363

    I don't remember where I got this, but it's a nice little crip dessert and easy to make.

    Recipe #48394

    This is a hearty, wonderful addition to any meal.

    Recipe #48408

    This is a good recipe to use when company comes or when you are entertaining for brunch. Sometimes, I add dried apricots, snipped into small pieces. The apple syrup (in database) is very good with this too. Prep time includes 8 hours in refrigerator.

    Recipe #55923

    This savory pudding recipe came from "The Classic Zucchini Cookbook." Grating the zucchini gives the custard a pebbly texture, almost like rice pudding. A wonderful side dish. The prep time includes draining the zucchini for 30 minutes. It also has a 10 minutes rest time, not included here.

    Recipe #61337

    This recipe is posted in response to a request. This is my Mom's recipe, which she has been making since she was a young bride in 1938. We love this recipe, and I hope you do too!

    Recipe #61479

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