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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!




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And, you know that the main ingredient is going to be black eye peas!

Great for parties.

Serve with pita bread or pita chips. It's a hit!

I use the avocados with the black skin (Haas).

Baking bread just smells like love.

This seems to be a hit. We use it on hamburgers, salads, sandwiches, etc.

This is another recipe that is good for a party as it makes a lot.

Smooth and tasty, with Velveeta as the base.

Delicious appetizer to serve with bread or crackers.

This is great for holidays, family reunions and parties. It can be made two to three days ahead, then baked off just before your get-together. It is best served hot or warm--it doesn't taste very good chilled.

Incredibly easy and ready for snacking in minutes.

This is a good recipe for when company comes.

Quick party dip for unexpected guests.

Can be made prior and heated in microwave

There are spiced pecans and then there are Mississippi spiced pecans.

Serve with tortilla chips or pita chips.

Great with just plain saltines!

Thi is a recipe that my mother enjoyed using when she had a family party.

Low calorie, old Weight Watcher's recipe

These I use instead of a biscuit at supper.

Made with the king of cheeses, so what's not to like!

Great snacks for play dates and children's birthday parties!

Great little party addition.

A friend's Mom's famous pimento cheese recipe. While it may not be healthy, it is always a hit!

For my "shelties" Hampton and Lucy.

Ruth moved away, but left so many friends in our church!!! This is a great way to use leftover Christmas ham for New Year's Day parties and football game snacks!

Rye bread is perfect with this savory dip.

With a well-stocked pantry, this can be a quick supper any night of the week.

Great way to use leftover chicken.

This can be used as a side dish or an appetizer with wheat crackers.

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