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    A buttery-rich scone is nothing more than a glorified biscuit—made even more delicious with our sweet and savory twists. Featured on Southern Living's facebook page, Easy, Irresistible Scones -- originally from Southern Living, December 2010.

    Recipe #478325

    From Woman's Day's facebook page -- Rustic, skin-on smashed potatoes offer all the flavor of mashed potatoes, but with much less work, making them ideal for weeknight dinner. They’re also just the thing to soak up all the (irresistible) extra pan sauce.

    Recipe #477987

    From Southern Living's facebook page of featured Vidalia onion recipes -- Originally from Christy Jordan, Southern Plate, Southern Living October 2010 who serves this over a salad of mixed greens, chopped apple, toasted pecans, and dried cranberries.

    Recipe #477689

    Lemony, savory roasted vegetables, using what was on hand!

    Recipe #477540

    From TOH's facebook page promoting Easy recipes from the NEW Taste of Home Cooking School Cookbook: Chinese Pork Ribs uses a slow cooker to “cheat-it” instead of ordering take-out Recommended by June Ross of Belmont, North Carolina. -- Originally published as Chinese Pork Ribs in Quick Cooking September/October 2002, p49

    Recipe #477371

    Modified recipe from the AJC online 5:30 Dinner Challenge -- Janette Tobin of Winter Haven, Fla., sent in a sauteed shrimp dish that, she notes, "makes a wonderful, tasty quick dinner, but is good enough to serve to guests." NOTE: Any leftover shrimp mixture makes great shrimp quesadillas, garnished with additional monterey jack cheese, sour cream, avocado slices, salsa, and cilantro!

    Recipe #477335

    From the AJC online, What's For Dinner, submitted by Jeanne Besser. Toasted fennel seeds add flavor without being overpowering. White wine and capers add to the Mediterranean nature of this dish.

    Recipe #477333

    From Taste of Home's facebook page 03-29-2012. Modified recipe by Mary Farney, Normal, Illinois, originally published in Taste of Home's Casserole Cookbook page 164. Asiago is my favorite cheese and I could not leave it out!

    Recipe #477058

    From Southern Living's facebook page 03-26-2012 -- originally from Clairiece Gilbert Humphrey, Charlottesville, Virginia, Southern Living April 2008 NOTE: Cook time equals chill time! ---------- Substitute chopped toasted pecans for the crumbled bacon, if you prefer!

    Recipe #476908

    Pan seared ham steak is one of the simplest meats to prepare! Quick too!

    Recipe #476768

    For a tasty quick meal -- Serve with side dishes, or place salmon fillets on top of a salad!

    Recipe #476734

    Modified from Chops' Chef Rickey Figueroa mushroom gratin with Asiago cheese topping, as requested by Glenda Laster, Jonesboro, GA, and published in the AJC online edition of What's for Dinner!

    Recipe #476721

    Modified from Atlanta restaurant Nava's executive chef Doug Turbush's recipe, as requested by Judy Mellichamp, and published in the AJC online edition of What's for Dinner --

    Recipe #476720

    Modified from AJC (online) What's For Dinner -- Food writer and AJC dining critic Meridith Ford Goldman found multiple uses for fresh pumpkin in AJC's Halloween feature story. Cut away chunks of pumpkin from the lid and inside scraps of your jack-o'-lantern, or use a separate pumpkin for roasting in this delectable fall side dish. Because I no longer buy pumpkins for Halloween, I've substituted butternut squash in this recipe.

    Recipe #476719

    I get hungry for chicken livers once or twice a year, and I like the flavor of them sauteed in bacon grease! Saute them in whatever you prefer!

    Recipe #476453

    Modified from an Atlanta Journal-Constitution ( online What's For Dinner recipe, made famous by Ann Sprague of Smyrna, who got the recipe from neighbor Velinda Warda. ---- NOTE: Serve this zesty spread chilled or at room temperature, or make into balls. Great with apple slices, celery sticks, tortilla chips, and/or crackers. I really like this spread with tortilla chips -- you get zesty, peppery-sweet, and salty!

    Recipe #473234

    The hardest part of this recipe is peeling the squash! Inspired by Recipe Recipe #301356 -- Reduce the garlic powder, pepper, and thyme, if you don't like it so savory!

    Recipe #473231

    Adapted from the Southern Heritage Company's Coming Cookbook, one of Mary Lily Flagler's dinner party recipes, served at Whitehall in Palm Beach, Florida.

    Recipe #472866

    Savory, and sweet from the pears! From Taste of Home's Facebook page, January 23, 2012 -- Originally from Quick Cooking November/December 2005!

    Recipe #472822

    I bought a bottle of Trader Joe's Black Pepper Sauce and needed a way to use it! The bottle says: Trader Joe's Black Pepper Sauce is an authentic Thai stir-fry sauce. Add to a stir-fry with chicken, shrimp, or tofu, or use as a delicious marinade for chicken, beef, or pork. Trader Joe's Black Pepper Sauce ingredients: water, sugar, black pepper, garlic, soy sauce, rice bran oil, salt, modified tapioca starch, citric acid. ---- If you don't have a Trader Joe's nearby, you might substitute Lee Kum Kee Black Pepper Sauce!

    Recipe #472189

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