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Side Dish

With smoked sausage...

These are nutritious in that they have bran, applesauce and raisins in them.

The cinnamon and nutmeg will have your house smelling like the holidays.

This comes in handy when grilling as it is different than anything we get from a bottle of barbecue sauce. Very flavorful.

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.

I try very hard not to fry food. This recipe for onion rings is a hit.

Make this dish when the squash are in season locally.

Distinct banana flavor.

This can be used for ribs, hot dogs, chicken etc., etc. when grilling.

This is an easy side dish to serve instead of potatoes.

If you changed the soup from Beefy Mushroom to a vegetarian type, it would be suited to vegetarians.

These can be used instead of shortcake for strawberry season.

One of my co-workers would bring this dish to our gatherings.

The blue is for blueberries and blue cornmeal.

Very pleasant taste with the vanilla yogurt and buttermilk.

This is a dish even the kids will like!

Adds the redeeming vegetable ingredient.

Anyone who likes broccoli will enjoy this.

My husband has always loved corn bread. The buttermilk gives it a rich taste.

Nice way to serve cabbage. Turmeric has lots of healthy properties.

Using canned beans makes for easy assembly, then just bake it off.

Our wonderful, long time church friend, Carole Howell, just moved to Virginia to be near to her daughter and this is her delicious recipe

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 husband's mother was from Keene, New Hampshire. This is her recipe.

This recipe is a little different for cooked carrots with the cumin flavor.

Parsley and Dijon mustard are the flavor notes in this dish.

This is a quick 15-minutes of baking.

Chives add a nice background flavor.

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.

Perfect for your celery lovers.

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