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    Great for potlucks, no mayo! Made ahead

    Recipe #422575

    Great for centerpiece for any summertime celebration! Very easy!

    Recipe #422309

    You can grill or bake them for a crowd. Marinate as many as you need over night. Serve them arranged in a spoke pattern around a green salad or fruit salad.

    Recipe #303636

    These will keep for 3 weeks in refrigerator. That is plenty of time to give a jar to friends or place a few on pizza, cheese sandwiches, or grilled chicken.

    Recipe #303629

    Need a little glaze to cascade down your pound cake or ice cream? This is it!

    Recipe #303508

    This taste like Thanksgiving in a pot! My kids love it. I'm pretty sure I got it from a southern living magazine some years ago. I serve it with a nice big salad.

    Recipe #303500

    Great Southern recipe for sharing and toting. You can even bake it a day ahead, cool, wrap and refrigerate. Rewarm it covered in foil, in a 300 degree oven for 20 minutes.

    Recipe #303428

    Sort of a bread or vegetable side. Good way to sneak in some veggies! Great for something different! Good to make ahead and refrigerate (for several hours). If you do add 5 minutes to cooking time.

    Recipe #303357

    A curried meat custard that is served as a starter for a seafood meal. Served during the plantation era in the low country. I love to serve it in small ramekins for a unique surprise experience.

    Recipe #266121

    A different dessert! Great for one of the most healthful fruits!

    Recipe #120203

    An old recipe from the South. Great in the Spring when they just pop up all over the place. Nice and young!

    Recipe #120201

    This recipe glamorizes carrots. They are bright and cheerful addition to your presentation. Young fresh carrots are much more tasty then large ones.

    Recipe #120200

    This is a recipe from Saturday Evening Post. A little different then the other posted. Try it!

    Recipe #120198

    This goes faster than I can put it out! It is worth the trouble! I have used it for years, I don't remember where I got it.

    Recipe #118529

    EASY! Great for pumpkin lovers! A different dessert for Thanksgiving!

    Recipe #118526

    An old friend of mine served me the best chicken and dumplings. I got this recipe from her about 25 years ago.

    Recipe #118175


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