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    From the Charlotte Cookbook 1969. You can add your own sausage balls to this recipe. it said to use 2 pounds of pork sausage made in balls and cooked. and you can serve it over rice if you have any leftover.

    Recipe #307431

    the name says it all, makes small ball about 2 1/2 inches in diameter, but easily doubles

    Recipe #307382

    From the Charlotte Cookbook 1969.

    Recipe #307339

    From the Charlotte Cookbook 1969.

    Recipe #307265

    From the Charlotte Cookbook 1969. time doesn't include chill time.

    Recipe #307259

    A classic southern recipe. This is off the package of White Lilly quick grits, they are supposed to be extra good grits because the grit is bigger and they are dry milled which leaves more corn flavor. It says you can use 2 of either the cream of shrimp or cream of mushroom, but I will be down one of each. Cream of shrimp should be easy to find with the Campbell's soups. For the garlic you can use the kind in the jar.

    Recipe #307195

    From the Charlotte Cookbook 1969.

    Recipe #307086

    From the Charlotte Cookbook 1969.

    Recipe #307081

    This recipe is off a pakage of white lily quick grits, they are different from other grits because the grit is bigger and they are dry milled which leaves more of the corn flavor. But you could use another grits.

    Recipe #307056

    From the Charlotte cookbook 1969

    Recipe #306017

    From the Charlotte cookbook 1969

    Recipe #305991

    This recipe this recipe is from the taste of home: the new slow cooker 2007. I haven't tryed it but it looks easy and good. For the teriyaki sauce you may want to try my grandma's recipe it is easy and good (Ma's easy teriyaki sauce recipe # 302304).

    Recipe #303572

    Ma is my grandma, she gave me this recipe. you can keep this for a long time out the frig but it keeps indefinitely in the refrigerator or freezer.

    Recipe #302566

    This is great. I eat like so much of it when my momma makes it. I have loved this ever since I can remember!

    Recipe #302513

    always a favorite that was easy for my mom to find the time to make

    Recipe #302508

    This as always been in my favorite food top five, until I was like 20 this was my favorite thing ever. This is so so good. O and I have heard people not know a frankfurter is the real name for weeny or the meat thing you put in hot dogs.

    Recipe #302413

    This is out of Betty Crocker Bisquick weeknight meals October 2005. This is so good--try it with the country bush's baked beans or the honey bush's baked beans it turns out great but different with either one. Cattlemens is the choice barbecue sauce to use in the flavor of your choice, or another good thick flavorful barbecue sauce

    Recipe #302385

    I found this recipe on the back of Mayberry Farms rabbit that I bought at bi-lo's grocery store. I like to make it with chicken too.

    Recipe #302374

    Ma is my grandma; she gave me this recipe.

    Recipe #302340

    This is recipe is out the Betty Crocker Bisquick Weeknight M,eals October 2005. These shrimp are very good--a lot of the coconut sticks to the shrimp. they will be covered in the coconut! the sauce is just okay maybe you know of a better one.... though it is a good basic sauce for these.

    Recipe #302335

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