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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.

    Recipe #365013

    This recipe came from a church published cookbook from years ago.

    Recipe #319650

    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.

    Recipe #319646

    Found this recipe on line and hope to try it as an alternate dessert option for Thanksgiving this year.

    Recipe #319641

    I found this in my mother-in-law's "Pillsbury Best of the Bake-Off Cookbook" and can't wait to try it out!

    Recipe #319637

    Don't remember where I found this, and I have been meaning to try it for some time.

    Recipe #319631

    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.

    Recipe #319624

    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.

    Recipe #319613

    Elegant brunch recipe perfect for a romantic breakfast-in-bed for two. I found it in an issue of "Cooking for 2"

    Recipe #319612

    Recipe #260587

    One of my all-time favorite childhood memories is Dad making pudding and enjoying it while it is still warm.

    Recipe #260518

    Here is an easy-to-make, kid-pleasing recipe from my own childhood.

    Recipe #260504

    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.

    Recipe #260490

    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.

    Recipe #260418

    Beware: These are tasty little devils! For a flair, add food coloring or change flavors by using different extracts, mint chips, coconut, or whatever ingredient you choose.

    Recipe #260416


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