UMC foodies from all over the Florida Conference swap and share recipes here. You’ll find secret family recipes, holiday drinks, kiddie snacks and tons more. The list is always growing, so check back often to see what’s cooking!
With its spicy, herbal, citrusy character, cardamom lends an interesting flavor to the cranberries.
Our wonderful, long time church friend, Carole Howell, just moved to Virginia to be near to her daughter and this is her delicious recipe
Carrots have all sorts of vitamins in them. They have Vitamin K, Vitamin C, Potassium, Vitamin E and more in them.
I loved the carrot souffle at the old Piccadilly Cafeteria and this recipe tastes just like theirs. Carrot Souffle can be served hot as a side dish or cold with a dollop of whipped cream for dessert. Recipe serves 10.
My mother loved celery; therefore, when we were growing up, she made this casserole often. Now I make it for the family and they like it.
The photo is at Mary Mac's Tea Room in Atlanta, and the fried chicken and okra aren't included!
Since we have so many nice fruits in Florida; I like to switch fruits each time I make it.