This is the Alfredo sauce that my family likes best. I have only tried it with Kraft grated parmesan cheese, not anything imported or fancy, and I still like the way it tastes. It is creamy, but not terribly thick, and really cheesy.
These are great make ahead rum balls. Quick and easy to make and taste better after they've aged a bit so making them ahead of time is a good idea. I make them a few weeks before Christmas and add them to my cookie plates.
I got this recipe out of the newspaper while I was in graduate school in Tallahassee. I wish I'd written down who created it, but I've lost that information years ago. This is a family favorite and goes over well with kids. It's also almost embarrassingly easy.
Another of my husband's favorites. I got this recipe out of a cookbook called "Dining with Pioneers". It's apparently a collection of recipes by a group from Tennessee. This one was submitted by someone named Mae Hallum from Memphis.
This is a dish my husband's bachelor uncle used to make often when he had company. It's pretty easy to do, and the meat mixture is to die for! I usually end up making more of that than this recipe requires just so my husband doesn't hog it all.
I got this recipe from the wife of a college professor who was a great cook. She'd make these for parties and serve them as appetizers, but I usually serve them over rice as a main course. It makes a lot of meatballs, but they usually disappear pretty quickly and if for some reason I have some left, they freeze well.