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    Glenda introduced me to this recipe years ago. It is a keeper and so easy! And yes, a pimento is a vegetable and a fruit according to the web. If you make it for friends, be ready to share this recipe. They will ask for it! Cooking time include boiling mixture and refrigeration. Could not be easier.

    Recipe #256884

    3 Reviews |  By eHelen

    This is a simple recipe and most people have the needed ingredients on hand. It was in a cookbook Mother gave me from the Huntsville, Alabama Pilot Club years ago. I have made my changes to it over the years. Hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #249318

    My version of a recipe found on About.com by Diana Rattray, who is a guide to Southern foods.

    Recipe #245999

    Zephyr is a squash that is yellow and green at the flower end. A vendor at the farmer's market recently told me that it is a mix of yellow crook neck squash and zucchini. If you prefer Ritz Cracker crumbs, they could easily be substituted for the bread crumbs. I'm thinking of adding a dash or two of Tabasco sauce. We loved it without the Tabasco, but it might be fun to kick it up!!!

    Recipe #243664

    If you enjoy spicy foods and love grits, this one is for you. This calls for fresh jalapeno; however, one could easily substitute a few canned pieces of jalapenos. Perhaps you might add a little liquid from the can or jar. Tabasco completes the spicy taste. Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #224151

    8 Reviews |  By eHelen

    Surprise your special someone with this fudge, if they love peanut butter fudge! My husband declared that this fudge is better than Cracker Barrel sells! That made both of us happy! I was thrilled it turned out so well the first time as I usually don't make candy. If you are like I am, being afraid of a mess to toss out, try this one and see how easy it really is! It's my version of an easy one I found on the Internet!

    Recipe #219702

    Don't you always have one neighbor, who has the best recipes? What a blessing those recipes are to our families during the joyful holiday seasons! These are amazing cookies, that my neighbor and friend, Faye, made and shared with us in Aiken, SC! Even people who hated fruitcake will love these. I know, because I was one of them!! These are TDF!!! Thanks again, Faye, if you are seeing this, please email me via Zaar!

    Recipe #218997

    1 Reviews |  By eHelen

    Make it as Peach or your favorite fruit pie filling. This is quick and fun to make for the beginner baker. I'm thinking Strawberry next time!

    Recipe #218944

    While traveling, I happened upon this cake, in two different publications. Selecting the finest of the two recipes and deleting the baking of the cake, were just two things I chose to help this fun cake be more fun! I can't see the value in baking a cake, only to tear it up. In my opinion, "no one does it better than Sara Lee," I like to use the large size cake; however, they are not always available. Two 10 oz. size work well, too. This is easy to make for taking to the office for a birthday celebration or to have when it is your turn to host the group at home. Travels well in a large acrylic shell-shaped bowl or a summer colorful punch bowl! Also, good made with peach pie filling! This one cannot be messed up! Many servings, but many are second servings!

    Recipe #218506

    Talk about yummy!!! These are so easy and so good. Robbie gave this recipe to me and at the time they had the rather boring name of simply, Cheese Bread. Beth took one bite and oohed and ahhed and mentioned Redford's name in her mumbling; therefore, they received a new name! These have been a hit for refreshments at meetings and also, were included in a tasting luncheon and local cookbook. Everyone loves them and requests this recipe. Be ready to email it or have it printed and ready. I have never had a recipe be so requested and yet so very easy!

    Recipe #218477

    Ever noticed that there is always one person wherever you work, live, or go who not only can make wonderful meals, but also wonderful snacks? This recipe came from Maxine, who was known to introduce us to wonderful snacks and also very easy recipes. She also is the one behind my Pineapple Scallop recipe. She never let us down, her food was always a treat. Wish we lived closer...wonder what she is cooking today!! Servings are based on pizza slices. To serve a group on a buffet table, I would cut into rectangular pieces.

    Recipe #217272

    3 Reviews |  By eHelen

    This recipe makes wonderful large cookies that the whole family will enjoy. It makes 3" cookies and uses more flour than other similar recipes I found on Zaar. This is from an original Nestle's ad that was posted in a newspaper, probably around 1978 or so.

    Recipe #216915

    Mix & Chill, as we call it, became an instant favorite with our family. It is my version of two separate fruit salads from a Ft. Worth school's cookbook. I like to think that my combination is the best of the two separate recipes. It takes less than 5 minutes to assemble. I chill the fruits before assembling, that way it can be enjoyed immediately. Great for new cooks of any age. My husband made this and took it to an office luncheon and received requests for the recipe. I can't believe he actually told them how easy it was to make! Take the recipe--they will ask for it! Great as a salad or dessert. Also, good with Apple, Peach or Cherry pie filling. Also, I use fat free and items sweetened with Splenda when available.

    Recipe #216615

    The Claunch Cafe in Tuscumbia, Alabama, serves this Frozen Fruit Delight, on their Chicken Salad Plate! It is TDF, in my opinion!! Here is the recipe from their cookbook. (No copyright)(They serve it in the foil liners/cupcake foils.)It's located in downtown Tuscumbia, in the park near the waterfall. If you go, be early as it is crowded later and you might miss something.

    Recipe #216356

    Perfect for whenever you have to be 3 places at one time. Easy to store canned ingredients make it ready to assemble in your 1 3/4 quart casserole. Preheat oven to 325 degrees.

    Recipe #215922

    Beer Bread is the name given to these muffins, easily made with Bisquick or similar baking mix. They are easy to mix for dinner any day of the week. You can mix them and bake right away. The yeast is in the beer. No waiting to bake. Our family thinks they are a real treat.

    Recipe #215921

    1 Reviews |  By eHelen

    Easy Buttered Onion Rice is my version of a recipe that I first saw in a local cookbook while living in the Pascagoula-Gautier area of the Missiissippi Gulf Coast in the '70s! Using butter was considered bad then, but today we consider it better than the old substitutions. Easy dish and enjoyed by all.

    Recipe #215080

    4 Reviews |  By eHelen

    Buffet Potatoes are great just as the name says for your buffet. Also, wonderful to have in the refrigerator to reheat when making as many dishes ahead is helpful. We love it with ham, turkey, and brisket. Also, great for potluck dinners. Note: I always use 98% fat free soups and always use fat free sour cream in any recipe that calls for soup and/or sour cream. If you are watching the fats, you might enjoy some of my other casseroles. I love easy casseroles!

    Recipe #214846

    1 Reviews |  By eHelen

    Chicken A' La Can Can is an easy and quick recipe, perfect for the busy family. I always use 98% fat-free soups. (For some reason, it will only post the 98% fat-free cream of celery soup as simply low fat.) It is from a church cookbook and the notation beside it says that it was used to serve large groups. Our family really has enjoyed it over the years. One and a half cups of cubed chicken may be substituted for the canned chicken.

    Recipe #203129

    3 Reviews |  By eHelen

    Four Cups & One Apple Salad is my favorite salad to serve with Shish Kabobs in the summertime. It is very easy to stir up and chill for dinner tonight or tomorrow night. I always use the fat free sour cream! This dish is a favorite with guests and my family. We prefer the apple to be a Granny Smith green one.

    Recipe #180872

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