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Side Dish

These are a sweet and sour treat.

Even the "little ones" will like this has cheese!

Mary, a wonderful Italian friend, always serves this dish to her "special" friends.

This recipe was started long before greens became a store bought item. Collards were a staple in most homes in the community. The greens came from Mama's garden, the neighbor's garden, or the street peddler when the only pesticides were God's rain or a water hose/bucket and a watchful eye.

Recipe for Monkey Bread.

This is a very tasty vegetable baked and not fried. Turns out great.

This good with pan fried salmon.

This takes a litle time to make, but is well worth the effort.

Basil makes everything better!

This is savory and would be great with soups.

Easy, low calorie.

This is a great accompaniment for any meal. Whenever I serve this dish, I get many requests for the recipe. This recipe can be quickly prepared and is easy enough for even inexperienced cooks. This is my "go to" recipe when I need a dish for a potluck.

Low calorie.

A different style of stuffing. Would be good with ham.

Your crowd will love this!

Great for a potluck or a picnic or a cookout!

For my "shelties" Hampton and Lucy.

Make these for a dinner party.

You'll be surprised just how quick and easy this is.

Potatoes done a bit differently......

If you cook off the eggplant the night or two before, this is a super fast side dish.

This is another different recipe, but full of tasty ingredients.

Again, use a slow cooker liner for easy cleanup. Sure beats the stuff out of a box!

This is a favorite dish for church suppers.

This is better than the boxed Spanish rice. And you can control the amount of sodium.

This is a fairly large recipe. Leftovers are easy to reheat in microwave.

Can be served as a main dish or a side. Colorful for the Christmas holidays.

If you can find frozen sliced yellow squash, could use as a substitute for the fresh in season vegetable.

Stuffing like you have never tasted!

An elegant side dish.

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