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    This is a recipe that belonged to my husband's grandmother. Through the years, it has been the birthday cake of choice in his family.

    Recipe #496717

    This is a Gooseberry Patch recipe;submitted by Teresa Podracky. It is a quick weeknight supper that takes less than 25 minutes to get from stove to table. I have changed it from oil to coconut oil and from regular cheddar to light cheddar cheese to make it diet friendly.

    Recipe #501090

    This is a yummy, heart healthy salad dressing. it is great on sandwiches, or as a dip.

    Recipe #495999

    These tarts are tangy, sweet and cheesy.

    Recipe #498066

    I found this recipe in the December 2012 issue of Cooking Light magazine. It is a simple way to dress up broccoli.

    Recipe #500133

    This recipe is from Gooseberry Patch's 101 Hearty Recipes; it was submitted by Janie Branstetter.

    Recipe #500908

    I had a jar of pimentos in the pantry. It got me to thinking about how I could use them in a new way. I came up with this colorful chicken and rice dish.

    Recipe #499511

    I found this receipt written on an old sheet of stationary with a letterhead containing an address on Meeting Street in Charleston, SC. It was written with a fountain pen in a very lovely script and signed with the initials RMC. This is a classic, traditional receipt from Charleston. Benne' seeds are the same thing as sesame seeds. Charlestonians call recipes receipts. I have copied this recipe as it was written. I wish you could see this lovely, handwritten receipt.

    Recipe #497895

    This is from Gooseberry Patch's 101 Hearty Recipes. It was submitted by Brooke Sottosanti.

    Recipe #500866

    This recipe is from Goose Berry Patch's 101 Hearty Recipes. It was submitted by Kathy Majeske.

    Recipe #500855

    This came from a very old, yellow newspaper clipping. I suspect it came from the Charleston News and Courier in the 1960's or 1970's. It was tucked in an old family recipe collection.

    Recipe #497837

    I found this sweet and spicy recipe in a church cookbook.

    Recipe #504691

    I found an old trivet that has this recipe embossed on it. If you cannot get crab roe, omit it from the recipe. We toss crabs with eggs back in the water.

    Recipe #501372

    This dish is full of mouth-watering surprises. It features cream cheese and chives layered with fresh spinach and black olives. The chicken is coated with breadcrumbs and parmesan cheese.

    Recipe #500473

    This dish is savory and crunchy. I could not stop munching on the Chinese noodles while I was preparing this dish.

    Recipe #499576

    This is from my church cookbook collection. It is a great Sunday dinner.

    Recipe #499575

    This is a gooseberry Patch recipe that was submitted by Roberta Valella. It looks like week night comfort food to me.

    Recipe #501373

    This recipe is from Gooseberry Patch's 101 Hearty Recipes. It was submitted by Diana Krol. This sounds like a festive salad that will make a tasty and pretty presentation. I think I will use chipotle ranch dressing when I make this one.

    Recipe #500860

    I found this in a family cookbook dated 1964. It belonged to my husband's grandmother. It was written by Mrs.. R.A. Loftis.

    Recipe #497836

    I found this handwritten recipe in my late mother-in-law's personal cookbook. I feel a connection with her when I cook a recipe that she has collected along the way.

    Recipe #497618

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