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An old family recipe handed down from my Aunt Sallie. The fish is smothered in cream of celery soup with a splash of lemon juice. It was a weeknight favorite during long hot Louisiana summers.
Found this recipe in an old 1985 Southern Living magazine. Although I've never tried the recipe, it reminded me of a dish my Louisiana cousins used to make when we visited in the summertime as kids.
A quick and easy way to dress up a canned ham.
Grandma's simple and favorite recipe for fall/winter squash.
From The Kentucky Bourbon Cookbook by Chef Albert Schmid
A old southern recipe my Gran picked up on a trip to Alabama back in the 70's that starts with frozen perch-just thaw, season and broil.
An easy to make scallop recipe bursting with yummy flavors.
A meal in itself, serve with a vegetable side and a salad.
Almond flavored strips of sweetness to sprinkle over your sundae on a hot summer day!
A truly Southern traditional recipe.
Although I haven't tried this yet, the recipe looks too good not to pass along. I found it on the back of a Baker's Angel Flake Coconut package.
A great family meal on a Sunday afternoon.
A bake ahead recipe
So easy to make, served with hot cooked pasta or rice.
This variation of traditional cider punch would be great served using a hollowed pumpkin shell as the punch bowl.
Start from scratch for that special holiday with this easy to do recipe.
A homemade sauce bursting with flavor for your holiday tradition.
My great Aunt Sadie got this recipe while on a trip to Nashville in the 60's. It was a favorite Sunday dinner for her family, served with broccoli and a side salad.
A family favorite my Aunt Sarah found in a 1985 Southern Living magazine. A great recipe starting out with frozen fish for that Saturday deep fry.
A great weeknight meal served with buttery mashed potatoes and your favorite vegetable dish.
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