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    Fresh eggplant, tomatoes, and onion come together to make a delicious side dish! Slice the vegetables as thick or thin as you like, but keep all the slices the same size to ensure even cooking.

    Recipe #464299

    My mom learned this in Home Ec class way back in the 1930-something. It's been passed down to all the children & grandchildren as a Family Treasure! Don't bother with homemade pound cake for this recipe- the frozen kind works perfectly! You will need a double boiler to make this sauce.

    Recipe #431474

    I had this at a dinner party, and it is sooooo delicious! Creamy chicken with just a bit of heat, served atop crunchy cornbread waffles. Comfort Food! If your chicken breasts are on the large side, 6 will work nicely. This can be made ahead, simply reheat the chicken mixture and warm the waffles!

    Recipe #377144

    I like this version because there's no mayo- just a light Dijon dressing that enhances the flavors. This is best when chilled overnight. Adjust sugar to taste, before dressing the salad. Cooking time includes chilling.

    Recipe #240222

    Even a kitchen novice can serve moist, flaky fish- without breaking the bank, or dealing with a messy clean-up!! Go ahead... impress your guests!

    Recipe #236477

    From Southern Living Magazine. Cooking time includes minimum chilling time.

    Recipe #235976

    I haven't tried this yet. This is from Southern Living Magazine, and looks yummy!

    Recipe #235826

    This is a little different than regular spinach pie. I like adding the Italian flavors.

    Recipe #235352

    I've made this without the eggs before, and couldn't tell much difference, except in the texture.

    Recipe #235350

    Easy and hearty. I use alfredo sauce from a jar, but I bet it's even better with sauce made from scratch!

    Recipe #234663

    I fell in love with plantains while visiting St. John, USVI. Now my grandkids love them, too! Be sure to choose plantains with very black skins, for best flavor.

    Recipe #234662

    Fresh tuna, quicky seared, and then marinaded in a piquant sauce. I like to let this chill a few hours before serving, but just 30 minutes will do.

    Recipe #234661

    A quick, delicious way to serve mussels! Be sure to discard any mussels that don't open when cooked.

    Recipe #234660

    From Southern Living Magazine- really good with Mexican food, or as a side dish with grilled meat. Prep time includes soaking time for beans.

    Recipe #234416

    This is from Southern Living Magazine, and we love it with grilled pork or chicken. Use your favorite barbecue sauce!

    Recipe #234097

    This quick side dish has an Asian flair, and is also good with sliced mushrooms thrown in! For the teriyaki sauce, I like to use the honey & pineapple variety.

    Recipe #234094

    This sauce is terrific with any seafood, but we especially love it with shrimp, and fried green tomatoes! From Southern Living Magazine, 6/04.

    Recipe #233742

    Barley is nutricious, and adds depth to this simple stew. From Taste of Home annual cookbook, 2001.

    Recipe #232520

    From Cooking Light Magazine, 11/05. This is comfort food, and it's great for potlucks. You can cheat, and buy the chicken already roasted & chopped!!

    Recipe #232076

    This is from one of my favorite cookbooks, "Favorites from the Little Mushroom". It's delicious with pork tenderloin, or roasted chicken.

    Recipe #232075

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