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    This is a delicious garlic mayonnaise that can be used as a vegetable dip, sandwich spread, or let your imagination run wild! This recipe came from Emeril Live at Food TV Network. Definitely a winner for garlic lovers! How about using it potato salad?

    Recipe #57644

    This can be a complete meal! We add different ingredients according to our mood and have a light supper. A favorite during the Summer!

    Recipe #57643

    A delicious dressing served over Greek Salad or over pasta. A very versatile dressing! A good marinade, too. Dressing is meant to be a little tart with a good olive oil flavor.

    Recipe #57642

    My Virginia aunt's old family recipe, thus the name Dominion. It's similar to cornbread in taste, but is much softer and should be served with a spoon, rather than cut. This is a comfort food for me, bringing back memories of my childhood. Delicious served with seafood!

    Recipe #57641

    A scrumptuous, soft cornbread that isn't crumbly. My favorite...I could make a meal on this alone! A neighbor served this to me and I just HAD to have the recipe.

    Recipe #57636

    Cream replaces the shortening in these tender biscuits, making them so quick and easy to make. You can freeze these biscuits and bake them later. The original recipe came from Food TV Network; however, I have greatly modified the method of rolling these biscuits, which makes them more tender.

    Recipe #57625

    Another no-fail, great recipe from my best friend. Very tender, delicious and smells so delightful when cooking! A great company main dish - serve with my Sweet Potato and Apple Casserole. Prep. time does not include resting time.

    Recipe #57621

    These tasty morsels make a deliciously different appetizer, but can also be made into large pancakes for a side dish. Add various topping to taste: real bacon bits, parmesan cheese, jalapenos, salsa, or you name it!

    Recipe #57620

    My family's favorite macaroni and cheese - cooked on top of the stove rather than baked! It's flavor is enhanced by the addition of prepared mustard. Little children love it because it's so creamy and cheese-y. For potlucks, make ahead and reheat in microwave, stirring, just before carrying to dinner.

    Recipe #57617

    These potatoes are truly delicious and especially nice for special occasions. Recipe was given to me by my best friend - a marvelous cook. I couldn't stop eating them!

    Recipe #57616

    My favorite chocolate cake, and heart-healthy, too! A deep, dark chocolate cake that I'm proud to serve my family. Prune Butter replaces the customary oil, but it tastes sooo good, you'd never know it's low-fat. A light 7-Minutes Icing is the perfect complement. For Valentine's Day, add a drop or two of red food coloring and 2 drops of peppermint or spearmint to the icing. I modified the recipe from the June/July 1998 issue of Light & Tasty magazine. If you can't find Prune Butter (Lekvar), try Rita's "Lekvar Prune Plum Filling " recipe #54692.

    Recipe #57496

    A deliciously different Make-Ahead hot sandwich. Easy to prepare and requires just 20 minutes to bake. Cut in quarters for appetizers.

    Recipe #57375

    A very delicious, yet simple comfort food that everyone enjoys. Many, many ago, we were invited for dinner. As the hostess served this from the crock pot, I kicked my "meat and potatoes" DH under the table, knowing he was wondering "What is that???" He licked his plate clean, commented how good it was, and went back for seconds...and thirds. The 4 of us ate the entire 6 servings! On cold winter evenings, DH still requests this often. POTLUCK SUGGESTION: When "hash" is done and still very hot, spread in 9x13-inch casserole dish, top with spring onions and cheese; cover with foil or lid. Cheese will be melted by the time you arrive. You'll return with an empty dish!

    Recipe #57349

    Perfect for potluck suppers. It can be made ahead,frozen, thawed and then baked. A favorite with children, too. My best friend gave me this recipe, and my family has been eating it forever. Very yummy!

    Recipe #57282

    Prepare this in advance, place it in the oven and relax while it cooks. It's a delicious way to use left-over chicken and rice. A good potluck or family casserole, as children love it!

    Recipe #57273

    Before commercial mayonnaise was available, my Grandmother used this sauce to make her cherished Potato Salad. It is a very-low fat alternative to mayonnaise and tastes better than light mayo, too! Great for tuna, macaroni, or chicken salad, but you'll probably want to add a little mayo, also.

    Recipe #57256

    No matter how much I make, we devour all of this chicken salad. The secret: pecans and lots of curry (and I don't usually like curry). I prefer adding raisins, but omit them when DD is indulging with us. Serve it as sandwiches, on lettuce as a salad, or with crackers for an appetizer spread. DS even eats this for breakfast.

    Recipe #57253

    When Damon's Restaurant left our area, I had to re-create their delectable, sweet, hickory-flavored ribs because we all loved them so much. These tender, juicy, melt-in-your-mouth ribs live up to their name and are my family's #1 favorite. Although this recipe takes a while to prepare, the steps are easy, and the results are well-worth the trouble. The sauce recipe came from my cookbook, "True Southern Family Recipes". It can be prepared ahead and refrigerated indefinitely.

    Recipe #57185

    When Damon's Restaurant left our area, I had to create their wonderful rib sauce. This deliciously sweet, hickory-flavored sauce is my family's all-time favorite! When I want a little heat, I add some hot sauce to recipe. Great on chicken, pork chops, meatloaf, and country ribs, cooked in the oven or on the grill. It even makes good baked beans. However, for ribs that live up to their name, try the Best Babyback Ribs in Town, Recipe #57185. This recipe came from my cookbook, "True Southern Family Favorites".

    Recipe #57176

    This is a great potluck supper idea. While at college, my niece would visit me and we'd spend the day cooking to stockpile her dorm freezer for the month with 3-5 different recipes. This was her favorite! Instead of using a carrerole dish, we would evenly divide the ingredients among sealable, boilable bags (omitting the stuffing), label and freeze. On busy study nights, she would reheat them in the microwave.

    Recipe #57122

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