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    For years we Southerners thought that banana pudding had to be made from a cooked custard and topped with meringue. Those are still good but I think that this one I have concocted from a little taste here and a small taste there is equally as good. In making it, you may make as many layers as your container will hold and until you've used up all the ingredients that you have. This is very rich and very delicious. In order to get the best taste, you need to use ripe bananas rather than the green ones.

    Recipe #109526

    My family loves pumpkin pie--I discovered the recipe for Pumpkin Cobbler in the Desperation Dinners column last year and adapted it to suit our tastes. I may never cook the old-fashioned pumpkin pie again! This is delicious and smells wonderful while it is baking. My recipe was featured in a local newpaper cooking column as "the best of the best". The preparation process seems lengthy but it is well-worth every step and minute!

    Recipe #109221

    Yummy! A wonderful summertime meal because it's easy to fix, needs no baking and is appealing to the eye. If you're having guests, make cheese sauce ahead of time so that you don't have to fuss with that instead of visiting with your guests.

    Recipe #108973

    A tasty way to use up left-over stewed yellow squash. My family enjoys these so much that I usually purposely stew too much squash in order to have enough to make these fritters. I normally serve them with a baked or roasted meat, green beans and cole slaw.

    Recipe #108972

    Many folks who are not from the South shudder at the thought of eating grits. I hope that anyone who is of this nature will try this recipe--it is not used here as a breakfast cereal, but rather as an accompaniment to lunch or dinner.

    Recipe #108971

    Good casserole to serve to guests. My children who thought they couldn't "stand" green peas, loved this once they got the courage to try it. Recipe was given to me by a favorite friend who worked with me in nursing.

    Recipe #108740

    My family enjoys onions just about every way they can be prepared. This is one of the recipes they enjoy most. It's tasty enough to serve to company

    Recipe #108439

    Very tasty fruit dish, especially around the fall and winter holidays. Will keep well in refrigerator for several days. Looks really attractive when served with baked ham on a buffet table. Another one of my mother's recipes for which I have no origin.

    Recipe #108034

    Cooked cabbage was not so well-received by some of my family until I discovered this recipe--family enjoys it now with no complaints!

    Recipe #108033

    This casserole recipe was shared with me by a friend in my church. It is one of the best I have tasted but is definitely not for someone on a low carb or low fat diet. Although the amount of mayonnaise in the recipe seems excessive, it is truly a part of the recipe. Using fresh broccoli, Duke's Mayonnaise, and sharp cheddar cheese really makes a difference in this wonderful casserole. For a change, you may want to substitute a large can of fried onion rings as topping rather than the buttered Ritz cracker crumbs. It is delicious either way, hot or cold!

    Recipe #107893

    An unusual rice dish with a taste that grows on you as you eat it. The flavor improves as it sits so best to prepare it the night before you plan to serve it. The recipe is from "Count Your Blessings", a cookbook compiled by the women's group of a local church.

    Recipe #107825

    A nice change from the usual potato dish. We enjoy this with baked chicken seasoned with Greek seasoning, broccoli and cranberry salad. This makes a very colorful presentation on the dinner plate.

    Recipe #107634

    One of my late mother's favorite side dish recipes. Pretty and colorful, and the taste is great!

    Recipe #107633

    This recipe is rather unusual to me. It is quite tasty and looks beautiful with other vegetables with its' Christmasy colors. The recipe was given to me by a friend but I was reluctant to cook it until she gave me a taste of hers. She says it is a recipe from her West Virginia grandmother.

    Recipe #107436

    This tangy cold slaw is served along with garlic mashed potatoes and steak at Mick and Moochies, a popular steak house in our area.

    Recipe #107308

    People raise their eyebrows when I tell them I am serving popcorn salad! They think I am kidding. One of the surprising things about this salad is that the popcorn doesn't get soggy if you happen to have some left over for the next day. Try this--bet you will like it! It is hardy enough to serve as salad lunch along with crusty bread or crackers.

    Recipe #107006

    I developed this recipe when a good friend with a history of severe heart problems needed something with less fat than traditional recipes. He loves this salad and requests it frequently. I'm sure that there are similar recipes but I couldn't find one on Zaar exactly like this.

    Recipe #106889

    This recipe makes a large amount, sufficient to serve 12-15. It is always well-received when I take it to covered dish meals at church. While it is not for those on low-carb diets, it is acceptable for low fat diets.

    Recipe #106857

    This is one of the easiest and quickest potato salads you can make. Try it once as posted and next time add or substract items that you think would improve the dish. Do not add too much water to the mixture--add only enough to moisten the potatoes. I can almost guarantee that anyone eating this salad will not know it was made from instant potato flakes. NOTE: Do not use potato buds in recipe--they change the texture.

    Recipe #106697

    A very good salad equally tasty as a salad served on a lettuce leaf, or as a sandwich spread.

    Recipe #106344

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