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    This recipe came from the back of a Creamettes macaroni box many years ago, but it's still requested often and is a hit at potlucks. Cooking time is chill time.

    Recipe #312282

    This cake is sooooooo moist and delicious. It can be eaten right away, but is so much better if left in the frig for a day or so. My times are approx.

    Recipe #309808

    This is my Mom's recipe and it is loved by family and friends, even the kids love this one.

    Recipe #309681

    This is too yummy for words. It's okay to eat after 3 days In the frig, but 4 is better.

    Recipe #309679

    Pickled Okra is a wonderful thing!

    Recipe #298194

    These are absolutely wonderful little morsels. They never last long. The original recipe came from an old Roswell, GA cookbook. I've seen many variations, this recipe is very forgiving and can easily be lessened or increased. They travel well sitting upright in a clean styrofoam egg carton.

    Recipe #282858

    Adapted from “Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day,” by Jeff Hertzberg and Zoë François (Thomas Dunne Books, 2007)

    Recipe #280845

    I have been making these pickles for a very long time, they are so simple and they disappear so fast I have to make them pretty often. Like so many of my recipes, this is easily adjusted.

    Recipe #280587

    This batter can be used with shrimp, chicken and a list of vegetables that is soooooooooooo long it boggles the imagination. This is a very bland batter, but your flavor comes from the many dipping sauces that are available, you can find lots of great ones here on Zaar. Enjoy!

    Recipe #278237

    I'm a cheese-a-holic, so this is made a lot at my house and used in many recipes especially my chicken pot pie #273291

    Recipe #273295

    This comes from Cooking Light and is an outstanding sandwich that I enjoy year round, however it is much better in summer with veggies right out of the garden. Enjoy.

    Recipe #272143

    It took me a few years to perfect this recipe, as my Gumbo expectations are very high. After suffering through many failures, this was the keeper. Hope you enjoy it. If you try it, please let me know your thoughts.

    Recipe #272013

    This is my favorite sandwich in the entire world and I felt the need to share. The spicy pickled vegetables give the olive salad an extra kick. If you try it, please let me know what you think.

    Recipe #270538

    My friend Mike came up with this recipe years ago and I have to say it quickly became a family favorite.

    Recipe #357580

    This is an oldie but goodie. Cooking times vary, depending on your grill and the size of your roast. I use my Weber Kettle mostly, but have used my gas grill also I find an instant read thermometer works best.. Plan ahead, this has to marinate 24 hours. The recipe is easily increased as the size of your roast depends on the number of guests.

    Recipe #321589

    Putting this here for safe keeping. It's a work in progress, I'm trying to get as close to Picadilly's as possible.

    Recipe #321005

    This is another recipe that I fondly remember from the Frances Virginia Tea Room which was located on the third floor of the Collier Bldg in Atlanta until 1962.

    Recipe #320989

    This is different from any pimento cheese I've found. Melting the cheese gives this spread it's creamy texture. It is rich tasting but mild.

    Recipe #318539

    These are simply ratios that can be easily remembered and used as foundations for many, many sauces. Each make approx 1 cup.

    Recipe #318433

    A basic Chcicken Salad recipe, wonderful on it's own or go with your imagination. . The Tea Room served this on Iceburg Lettuce leaves with tomato aspic rings rz#318144 and jumbo stuffed green olives. The system wouldn't let me list the Tea Room's "Special Salad Dressing" in ingredients, so I just listed the components which is okay too.

    Recipe #318381

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