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This is the old style casserole, topped with crushed potato chips.
This pone (bread) recipe is native to Nicholas County, West Virginia. Aunt Virginia makes one for all family reunions. This pone is sweeter than regular corn bread.
This is a great salad to serve anytime of the year, but especially nice in the Fall (Thanksgiving) or Winter (Christmas). It has become a family holiday salad.
Avocados have lots of vitamins in them, like Vitamin E, K, C, B6, potassium, etc. But they are higher than other fruit in fat.
Mouthwatering venison chili. This should be cooked in a crock pot. I have friends in New York that bring the best venison every year.
My Mom enjoyed baking, and these were one of her favorites because they are so easy!
There are several steps in this, but the flavor explosion is worth it!
The orange marmalade in the dressing boosts the citrus flavor.
My mother made this recipe for many years. She loved it and so do we. I have been making it also for years. It is a fairly large recipe, but keeps a week in refrierator.
If you are like me, your kid (or kids) love chicken nuggets--but you have a hard time bringing yourself to feeding them the processed premade frozen ones on a regular basis! These are an easy homemade version that the whole family will love.
Source: Tampa Bay Times, Feb. 25, 2015: From Better Homes and Garden New Cookbook, Meredith Books, 2002
My husband has always liked oatmeal for breakfast. This is a little different way to present it every now and then.
Tilapia is relatively inexpensive and readily available, which allows for preparing this dish for a large gathering.
For me, these are so retro. Our Mom started making them to feed a lot of people with tuna, and we loved them. Then, she taught us how to make them, and voila, she had daughters making dinner!
This can be used for ribs, hot dogs, chicken etc., etc. when grilling.