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Every year in January we do a post showing the top 10 recipes from the year before.  Listed below is the top 10 recipes you visited on our site from 2015.  We are always surprised to see which ones were the most popular. They are listed in order of popularity.  Thank you for your continued support and we look forward to a whole new year with each of you. Just click on the name of the recipe below the photo if you wish to check out the recipe.

Easy Christmas Divinity - TSLC

Easy Christmas Divinity

Macaroni and Tomatoes (2)

Macaroni and Tomatoes

Best Banana Bread Ever - TSLC (2)

Best Ever Banana Bread

Easy Sour Cream Coconut Cake - TSLC

Easy Sour Cream Coconut Cake





Amish Pasta Salad

Stuffed Green Peppers - TSLC

Stuffed Green Peppers

Salmon Patties 3 - Copy

Salmon Patties

Fresh Blueberry Cheesecake - TSLC (2)

Fresh Blueberry Cheesecake

Crock Pot Coca Cola Pork Chops TSLC

Crock Pot Coca Cola Pork Chops

Old-Fashioned Banana Pudding TSLC

Old-Fashioned Banana Pudding

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  1. I have just become familiar with your sit. This morning I received your list of Best Recipes of 2015. I am a young/happy 72 and as I scroll this list I realize I could rename Recipes Of My Life. I grew up with these foods and married into it.
    Now I strive to eat a little healthier but will save your familiar recipes to treat myself and a friend to a special treat. I’d like to make them for my grand daughters (both athletes) to show them how we did it.
    Thank you. I look forward to what else you will have.

    1. The Southern Lady says:

      Hi Lynda! So happy to have you on our site and Happy New Year to you. We hope you enjoy the recipes. Thank you for your kind comment. By the way we are practically the same age! I am 70 and love my life.