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Cookbooks aren’t just for recipes.  You can find all sorts of helpful hints and household tricks but also diagrams and instructions on how to set your table for any affair. The Correct Table Setting for a Family Dinner from Kitchen kapers. Napkin Folding from Columbus County cookbook II. Napkin Folding from Columbus County cookbook II.   Dessert for Christmas Dinner from The young […]

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Today the Girl Scouts turns 103!  We are saying Happy Birthday the most appetizing way we know how. Girl Scout Soup from Classic cookbook. Cheese Daisies from Nightingales in the kitchen. Brownies from The Progressive farmer’s southern cookbook. Girl Scout Dinners from Slices of sunlight : a cookbook of memories : remembrances of the children we held. Brown Sugar Brownies from Carolina […]

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Today is National Peanut Butter Lovers’ Day.  Grab your favorite jar of peanut butter and try out one of these recipes.   Reece’s Peanut Butter Tarts from Heavenly delights. Peanut Butter Sandwich from Keepers of the hearth : based on records, ledgers and shared recipes of the families connected with Mill Prong House, Edinborough Road, Hoke County, North Carolina. […]

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Meat makes the recipe!

Meats poem from Favorite recipes. Ham Loaf With Vegetables from Recipes for gourmet eating : a compilation of favorite tested recipes of housewives of Greenville and out of town friends. Hot Cha Chas from A book of favorite recipes. Pork Hash from Mario tailgates NASCAR style. Salem Cotton Co.’s Duck Stroganoff from North Carolina’s historic restaurants and their recipes. Can-Can Chicken from Supper’s at six and […]

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Delicious Desserts from The Progressive farmer’s southern cookbook. Peanut Butter Fudge from Favorite recipes : Blowing Rock. Champagne Cake from Supper’s at six and we’re not waiting! Hazelnut Meringue Shells with Chocolate Ice Cream and Raspberry Sauce from The Fearrington House cookbook : a celebration of food, flowers, and herbs. Charleston Mud Hens from Carolina […]

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Diet Jello Salad from Hyde County cook book. Elegant Low-Calorie Flounder from The wild and free cookbook. Low Fat-Low Sugar Muffins from Columbus County cookbook II. Skinny Dip from Classic cookbook. Low Cholesterol Waffles from Good eatin’ from Duke Memorial United Methodist Church, Durham, North Carolina. Carob-Chip Whole Wheat Cookies from Mountain elegance : a […]

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White Fruit Cake from Cook book. Japanese Fruit Cake from What’s cookin’? in 1822. Easy Light Fruit Cake from The Charlotte cookbook. Ice Box Fruit Cake from Nightingales in the kitchen. Applesauce Christmas Fruit Cakes from Heavenly delights. Dark Fruit Cake from Historic Moores Creek cook book : a collection of old and new recipes. […]

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A Heritage Recipe Chili and Beans from A Taste of the old and the new. Soybean Chili from The Progressive farmer’s southern cookbook. Chicken Chili from Nightingales in the kitchen. White Chili from Count our blessings : 75 years of recipes and memories / Myers Park Presbyterian Church. Sherman’s “You’ll Need a Zantac” Chili from […]

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Image from The Progressive farmer’s southern cookbook. My Favorite Pumpkin Pie from Supper’s at six and we’re not waiting! Caramel Pecan Pumpkin Pie from What’s cook’n at Biltmore. I can’t Make a Pumpkin Pie from Dixie Classic Fair for Northwest North Carolina : favorite recipes from friends of the Fair. Old River Boat Pumpkin Pie […]

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On this day in 1789 at a convention held in Fayetteville, the state of North Carolina officially became a member of the Union by ratifying the U.S. Constitution.  We honor this historic day and show our NC pride with a few North Carolina recipes. North Carolina Syllabub from Cook book. North Carolina Chow Chow from […]

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