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    My mother-in-law used to make these candies every Christmas. Her house smelled wonderful. Pralines are a Charleston favorite. They are sold in several shops that cater to tourists. If you can't get to Charleston, South Carolina, USA-you can always make your own, Please note that cooking times are approximate.

    Recipe #499982

    This recipe uses three simple ingredients,. It is perfect for entertaining, because it cooks on the back of the stove while everything else is being prepared for dinner. It can be made the day before. The cook time does not include the time it takes to boil the sweetened condensed milk. This pie recipe was shared with me by a friendly grocery check-out clerk that I used to swap recipes with each week. She liked my soups and I liked her desserts.

    Recipe #499974

    Try this with Fried Okra Salad recipe#335203.

    Recipe #499748

    Fried okra is a summer favorite. This recipe comes from a church cookbook. Serve with Lemon Dressing recipe#335200.

    Recipe #499747

    I found this recipe in a church cookbook. I am looking forward to trying it. It sounds delicious.

    Recipe #499653

    For an easy supper serve this casserole with a green salad and hot rolls. I enjoy the leftovers for lunch the next day.

    Recipe #499581

    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 was a BIG hit when I baked it for my family. This recipe is from an old issue of Southern Living magazine. I used Southern Living's Vanilla Buttercream Frosting recipe#335085. I hope you enjoy the ten mile hike you should take after eating this slice of blissful sin!

    Recipe #499574

    This frosting recipe is from Southern living magazine. It calls for 1 tablespoon of milk. I used a dollop or two more milk as I was mixing the icing to get the consistency that I wanted.

    Recipe #499573

    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

    This is good choice for backyard barbecues.

    Recipe #499208

    This is a light and refreshing beverage that is perfect for outdoor dining with friends. I used diet 7-Up soda.

    Recipe #498523

    I found this recipe in my husband's grandmother's old cookbook. His mom, Sarah, had shared it with her. This cookbook collection dates back to 1964. The photograph accompanying this recipe includes my grandmother in-law's lovely vintage apron , as well as her cookbook.

    Recipe #498449

    These sugar cookies are my husband's favorite comfort food. His mom made them for Christmas every year. I continue the tradition, but I make them for all the other holidays as well. The secret to getting these cookies perfect is to keep the dough cold and roll them very thin.

    Recipe #498448

    Forget the box stuff when scratch made is healthier and tastes so much better.

    Recipe #498193

    Sweet, savory, and decadent! I used B and B liqueur. Kailua, Bailey's, or Frangelica liqueurs would work just as well. Vanilla flavoring could substitute for the liqueur. A dollop of whipped cream adds a decadent finishing touch.

    Recipe #498132

    These tarts are tangy, sweet and cheesy.

    Recipe #498066

    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

    After a long day of testing, I needed a fun activity for my middle school students. We played a round-robin game where students chose an ingredient for a class recipe from the following categories: protein, starch, vegetable, and seasonings. As a class we came up with Rosemary Pork with Angel Hair Pasta. It was a fun time of sharing and a wonderful way to connect mathematics to the real world.

    Recipe #497851

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