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I got this recipe out of one of my favorite cookbooks, "Seductions of Rice." I have made it many times now, and it has developed into my own version, which I am sharing here.
This recipe came from a church published cookbook from years ago.
True comfort food and one of the easiest things to make. A go-to meal we rely on when there is not much time to cook.
Found this recipe on line and hope to try it as an alternate dessert option for Thanksgiving this year.
I found this in my mother-in-law's "Pillsbury Best of the Bake-Off Cookbook" and can't wait to try it out!
Don't remember where I found this, and I have been meaning to try it for some time.
Great recipe from Sept 2003 issue of Southern Living. Have made it several times for Sunday school breakfasts and it has always been a hit. I especially appeciate the use of fresh herbs and tomatoes, and the presentation in the cast iron skillet.
Cool and refreshing beverage I developed to make use of the fresh mint I planted this summer. In memory of summer afternoons with Aunt Pat in Waco, TX.
Elegant brunch recipe perfect for a romantic breakfast-in-bed for two. I found it in an issue of "Cooking for 2"
One of my all-time favorite childhood memories is Dad making pudding and enjoying it while it is still warm.
Here is an easy-to-make, kid-pleasing recipe from my own childhood.
After weeks of experimenting with a many combinations of tomatoes, peppers, onions, and garlic... I think this is the perfect concoction. The "fire-roasting" gives it something extra.
I got this recipe from Fannie Flagg's Whistle Stop Cafe Cookbook. I bring it to just about every potluck dinner we go to. The paprika is my own variation.
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