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    My MIL was a caterer for many years--this is one of her best recipes, and one that all 9 of her grandchildren could not wait to devour!!!

    Recipe #85055

    Very tasty--I am always looking for different veggie recipes. This was in a recipe section of the Sunday Parade newspaper supplement several years ago.

    Recipe #85044

    This is an unusual pecan pie because it uses only brown sugar--no corn syrup. This gives it a wonderful consistentcy, and this is my most requested dessert of all time. I always have to take 2 extras to family gatherings so everyone can take some home. I got the original recipe from my aunt, but I have added the cocoa, more pecans, more eggs, the alcohol and changed other ingredient amounts over the years, so I consider it my creation now.

    Recipe #85413

    In order to get your Southern Belle license, you have to know how to make cucumber sandwiches!!! These are a staple for bridal and baby showers and ladies' teas. They are very tasty andpretty.

    Recipe #84185

    Tres Bon!! This is a yummy rendition of the standard apple pie. I think it came from a Woman's Day magazine years ago.

    Recipe #85400

    These were my Mama's best loved bar cookies. Everybody who had them for the first time always wanted the recipe, and the people who had tasted them before always begged for more.

    Recipe #85060

    FABULOUS!! I got this recipe from the wife of a co-worker, and I serve it at every dinner party, shower, holiday party--any type of gathering for family and friends. As soon as I invite someone, they invaribly ask if I'm going to have this chicken ball. It is wonderful.

    Recipe #84175

    This looks lovely, tastes great, and is easy to make---what else could you ask for??? Try it, you'll like it!!!!!!!

    Recipe #82531

    Very elegant, but soooo easy. Very good light dessert after a substantial meal. The water clinging to the grapes and the brown sugar make a sauce, and the added flavors of the sour cream and nutmeg make a yummy dessert. I have a collection of bouillon soup cups and saucers that I use for this dessert as well as mousses, sherberts, etc.

    Recipe #83675

    This is truly heavenly and one of my most requested dishes. This was my beloved Grandmother's dressing recipe. She was one of the world's best cooks. I always triple the recipe, taking a 4 quart dish to the family gathering so there is enough leftover for everyone to take some home, and keeping a 2 quart dish at home for our family.

    Recipe #85415

    These are very tasty,and one of my favorite things to have at a buffet party. They are also very easy to prepare.

    Recipe #82421

    YUMMY. I concocted this recipe in an attempt to copy a cake that was served in a deli where I and my co-workers went to have lunch at least twice a week. It comes pretty close to the original, and it keeps well--seems to get better as the days go on, although my family loved it so much it didn't last that many days!!!

    Recipe #85798

    This was my boys' favorite cookie when they were growing up (still is come to think of it!!) These are really good and good for you too.

    Recipe #83445

    This is a very tasty "homemade" tomato soup that isn't a lot of trouble to make. My family likes it for supper with grilled cheese sandwichs

    Recipe #82425

    This was a winner in a Pillsbury Bake-off back in the 60's. It became one of Mama's favorite desserts to fix for company and Sunday dinner. It is wonderful.

    Recipe #85394

    Every time that I have served this to company, they have requested the recipe. It is very good and very easy--an unbeatable combination!!

    Recipe #82536

    This is for people that you really , really love and/or that you want to really, really love you!!! It is excellent. I have on occasion added about 1/2 cup blue cheese to the stuffing, or used my shrimp and crab stuffing in place of this recipe. Whatever you put into it, it is totally wonderful.

    Recipe #83684

    These are very flavorful, and are equally good with a comparable amount of cooked shrimp or canned king crab instead of the salmon. Back in the dark ages when I was in high school, my Home Economics teacher said that the salmon bones were a good source of calcium so I use them too. These patties are healthy also; no added salt and made with a healthy oil. Add mashed potatoes and English peas for a great comfort meal.

    Recipe #82319

    This is the absolute best stuffing for whatever you want to stuff--my family mainly likes to stuff it into their mouths as fast as possible!!! I use the already cooked shrimp so prep time is minimal. I have made this as just a side dish, we like it so much.

    Recipe #84145

    These are a little bit of a twist on the traditional but sooo good that even my Gran would approve. And the pot liquid ("likker" to all you "Suthenuhs")is fabulous over hot cornbread! It is actually loaded with vitamins--try it, I promise you'll like it. I use the already cleaned and washed collards in a bag that are just like the already washed salad greens. They are in the fresh vegetable department.

    Recipe #82131

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