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    Fifty four years of cooking Southern food, plus mentoring by good Southern cooks has led to this tried and true delicious cornbread! Enjoy!

    Recipe #50617

    This is MY way of cooking a traditional Southern Dish! NOT just for New Year's Day. Good and Good FOR YOU!

    Recipe #50616

    We had a dish similar to this served on a lunch buffet when we stayed at High Hampton Inn, a resort Inn in High Hampton, N.C. which is "next door" to Cashiers, N.C.. YUMMY!!! I worked up this recipe and we have since made and enjoyed this dish many times.

    Recipe #50606

    YUMMY! This one is DEELICIOUS and a KEEPER! My own way of doing a casserole using VEG-ALL VEGETABLES (or, yo could use other canned mixed vegetables.) This is very good. Good for "covered dish" or church dinners. The New Perry Hotel in Perry GA used to serve a similar dish when it was owned by the original owners.

    Recipe #50605

    My husband's Mother made these pies and gave them away to the grieving or friends in Griffin Georgia. She was know in Griffin as "The Pie Lady."

    Recipe #50603

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