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NANA JUJU’S BUTTERMILK PANCAKES

NANA JUJU’S BUTTERMILK PANCAKES

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Posted: January 29, 2011

I make these buttermilk pancakes for my grandson, Tater Tot, when he comes to visit.  Tater loves his Nana’s pancakes and asks for them the minute he gets out of bed.  Serve them with butter […]

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SLOW COOKER JUICY BEEF ROAST

SLOW COOKER JUICY BEEF ROAST

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Posted: January 27, 2011

This chuck roast has a wonderful taste and is moist and tender. I make this Slow Cooker Beef Roast for my family and they love it. Such a versatile recipe and you can use this […]

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PEANUT BUTTER CUPCAKES WITH PEANUT BUTTER CHOCOLATE FROSTING

PEANUT BUTTER CUPCAKES WITH PEANUT BUTTER CHOCOLATE FROSTING

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Posted: January 25, 2011

I bet you can’t eat just one of these peanut butter cupcakes!  If you like peanut butter and chocolate, you will love these yummy treats.  My grandson, Tater Tot, loves peanut butter and his Southern […]

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RED BEANS, SMOKED SAUSAGE AND RICE

RED BEANS, SMOKED SAUSAGE AND RICE

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Posted: January 24, 2011

Red beans with smoked sausage served over rice makes for a delicious and hearty meal found in many Southern kitchens. My family loves red beans and rice and it’s so easy in the crock pot […]

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CHOCOLATE CHIP DEVIL’S FOOD CAKE

CHOCOLATE CHIP DEVIL’S FOOD CAKE

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Posted: January 21, 2011

  “Don’t wreck a sublime chocolate experience by feeling guilty.” ~~ Lora Brody This great cake made from a mix with caramel frosting, walnuts and chocolate chips will satisfy any chocolate lover. 1 box Pillsbury […]

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CREAMY CHICKEN VEGETABLE SOUP

CREAMY CHICKEN VEGETABLE SOUP

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Posted: January 20, 2011

This chicken vegetable soup is a  great recipe on a cold, wintry day but soup hits the spot anytime and is such a comfort food. The perfect twist on a traditional soup, chicken adds a […]

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SORGHUM MOLASSES SHOOFLY PIE

SORGHUM MOLASSES SHOOFLY PIE

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Posted: January 18, 2011

No other dessert is more closely identified with the Amish than Shoofly Pie.  In the early days it was always made with sorghum molasses and brown sugar.  One explanation I found was the Pennsylvania Dutch made […]

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BUTTERMILK BISCUITS AND COUNTRY GRAVY

BUTTERMILK BISCUITS AND COUNTRY GRAVY

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Posted: January 16, 2011

Erma Bombeck had a quote that said, “I come from a family where gravy is considered a beverage”.  I think we must have been related!  We Southerners love gravy.  We put it on everything and can’t […]

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