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    A great jam. The two flavors really compliment each other and it gives you something a little different from the ordinary strawberry jam.

    Recipe #132942

    This is like no peanut butter pie I had ever had before. I was introduced to it in a restaurant in TN at a resort area called Watts Bar. It was the tallest pie I had ever seen, the meringue was at least 3"!

    Recipe #132940

    This is a dish I remember my mom making all of my childhood.

    Recipe #132933

    This one dish meal is definately a comfort food. It has everything you need, meat, vegetable and potatoes.

    Recipe #132931

    This is such a simple yet tasty cake.

    Recipe #132919

    This has been a Christmas tradition in my family for generations. I remember my great aunt bringing in this tall 3 layer cake with yummy fresh coconut frosting.

    Recipe #132878

    Not your average baked beans. This one has three types of beans that really make it savory.

    Recipe #132852

    I got this recipe from a friend who aquired it from a friend in Ireland. Very moist with a great gingerbread taste. Great with a dollop of real whip cream.

    Recipe #132829

    Basic cream cheese frosting. Try it over Beth's Carrot Cake recipe 132196.

    Recipe #132825

    Nothing says stick to your ribs meal like Country fried steak with gravy, real mashed potatoes and green beans cooked all day with bacon. Awww heck and just top it off with some peach cobbler then lay on the couch for a long nap. I got this recipe out of taste of home and I thought it was pretty tasty.

    Recipe #132794

    A variation from classic beef tips. I got this recipe several years ago out of Taste of Home Magazine.

    Recipe #132793

    I thought this recipe was very good way to get my squash in since I am not much of a squash eater. The apples really compliment the squash.

    Recipe #132787

    Had this at a potluck I attended and the host was gracious enough to get me the recipe.

    Recipe #132783

    This is a hearty soup that my family enjoys with warm bread.

    Recipe #132614

    I love this soup on a cold winter day. Paired with a crusty bread and butter it is just right for lunch or a light dinner. I prefer mine with a tablespoon of sour cream, gives it a different taste.

    Recipe #132611

    This cornbread dressing recipe has been a tradition in my family as long as I can remember. I finally sat my aunt down to give me the details of how to make it since the recipe was not written down but only in her head.

    Recipe #132610

    This recipe uses the Granny Foster's Refrigerator rolls recipe (Recipe #132496). They are so yummy I wanted to devour the whole pan!

    Recipe #132498

    I got this recipe off of Martha Stewarts website you also use this recipe for the Sticky Orange Coconut Pinwheels.

    Recipe #132496

    I have this at a cookout and just had to have the recipe. A nice salad away from the ordinary.

    Recipe #132493

    I got this recipe from a local tea room. They can be made as recipe states or with white chocolate and cranberries. You can also add a number of things to the dry ingredients to make your own version such as chocolate chips etc.

    Recipe #132357

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