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    While trying to stretch 4 chicken breasts to feed 6 people I came up with this recipe. I serve it with wild rice and a salad.

    Recipe #113461

    Another recipe from Marsha Adams. These puffy light dumplings are simmered in stewed tomatoes.

    Recipe #112944

    Serve this tangy salad at your next cookout. It makes a great side dish with grilled foods. It has to sit in the fridge overnight so plan ahead.

    Recipe #110328

    Even non-fruitcake eaters love these little jewels! They require some chopping so I usually ask my husband to help out while he's watching TV. He loves these cookies so he never puts up much of an argument!

    Recipe #110260

    I found this recipe in a Marsha Adams cookbook and adapted it to suit my family's taste. It is perfect cold-weather food. My husband loves to come home to the aroma of this stew cooking! Don't let the long list of ingredients fool you, it is really easy to throw together.

    Recipe #109725

    This dish is warm and filling on a cold winter night. It's also great in the summer because it doesn't heat up the kitchen cooked in the crock pot. A salad and crusty bread make this a complete meal.

    Recipe #109162

    This cake is great with a cup of coffee. Sometimes I divide the batter into two 8-inch cake pans and give one as a gift.

    Recipe #108129

    A very hearty soup for chilly nights. I like to serve this soup with cornbread.

    Recipe #104687

    An easy dinner that takes just minutes from start to finish.

    Recipe #104194

    This is a very rich pie with a peanut butter pudding filling and a meringue topping. Sometimes I use whipped cream instead of the meringue. This pie is as southern as it gets.

    Recipe #103391

    This chewy chocolate chip cookie is a favorite in our house.

    Recipe #102888

    Simple and delicious.

    Recipe #102711

    Just like Mom's. This roast is warm and comforting on a cold day. I usually make beef pot pie with the leftovers.

    Recipe #102488

    I make these every year for Christmas goodies and my husband hides them from everybody! They take about two weeks for the centers to get soft. This is a Southern Living recipe that's at least 20 years old. When you buy the cherries check the servings in the jar. You need 50 cherries, give or take a few.

    Recipe #102477

    These chewy macaroons make quick and easy gifts for the holidays.

    Recipe #102267

    My mother-in-law shared this easy and wonderful recipe with me. I like to serve it over rice with a salad and homemade biscuits.

    Recipe #102147

    Comfort food at its best. I like to use fresh peppers right out of my garden.

    Recipe #102056

    The secret to this rich pie is cooking the sugar and corn syrup first. It is definitely not diet food! I bake this pie for 45 minutes according to my oven but you may need to bake longer.

    Recipe #101954

    I don't know how authentic this recipe is but I do know it is delicious. You can make it free form on baking sheets but I use loaf pans because it's easier for me to bag it up and freeze.

    Recipe #101774

    I found this recipe in a magazine years ago. It's the best cheesecake I have ever tasted! The recipe calls for graham cracker crumbs but sometimes I use vanilla wafer crumbs. This recipe is submitted in loving memory of my friend Ronnie.

    Recipe #101579

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