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It’s springtime and herbs are plentiful.  Why not use those herb gardens to make something tasty. Basil Butter from The Fearrington House cookbook : a celebration of food, flowers, and herbs. Herb Mayonnaise from Foods flavored for friends. Egg Casserole with Herbs from North Carolina bed & breakfast cookbook. Parsley Rice from The Pantry shelf : 1907-1982. A Quick Guide to Herb Use from Waldensian cookery. […]

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It’s Picnic Season!

This Saturday is National Picnic day so grab a blanket, a basket, and a friend and head out to your favorite picnic spot. Image from Kitchen kapers. Stuffed Picnic Rolls from Favorite recipes of the Carolinas : meats edition, including poultry and seafood. Delicious Picnic Ham from Heavenly delights. Springtime Fruit Delight from Company’s coming : a recipe collection from North Carolinians […]

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Fool-proof Waffles from Favorite recipes of the Lower Cape Fear. Foolproof Hollandaise Sauce, Curry Flavor from Marion Brown’s southern cook book. Foolproof Chicken Casserole from Mountain elegance : a collection of favorite recipes. Foolproof Cheesecake from Company’s coming : a recipe collection from North Carolinians who enjoy company coming. Fool Proof Fudge from The Pantry shelf : 1907-1982. Fool Proof Chocolate Icing from Hyde County cook […]

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One dish wonders!

Casseroles from Favorite recipes of the Lower Cape Fear. Reunion Casserole from Columbus County cookbook II. Reuben Casserole from Home cookin’. Shrimp Celebration Casserole from Company’s coming : a recipe collection from North Carolinians who enjoy company coming. Casseroni from The clock watcher’s cook book. Helen Scarboro’s Captivating Chicken Casserole from A dash of Down East. Hot Fruit Casserole from What’s cookin’? in 1822.

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The proof is in the pudding!

Image from Kitchen kapers. Grapenut Pudding and Baked Chocolate Pudding from Cook book. Henrietta Pudding from The young housewife’s counsellor and friend : containing directions in every department of housekeeping; including the duties of wife and mother. Corn Pudding from The Pantry shelf : 1907-1982. Chicken Pudding from Just like Grandma used to make. Apple Macaroon Pudding from Carolina cooking. Delicate Lemon Pudding from Count our blessings : 75 years […]

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Image from The Progressive farmer’s southern cookbook. Martha’s Company Casserole from Columbus County cookbook II. Aunt Jannie’s Company Potatoes from Count our blessings : 75 years of recipes and memories / Myers Park Presbyterian Church. Company Chicken from Company’s coming : a recipe collection from North Carolinians who enjoy company coming. Secret Company Soup from Out of our league. Make-Ahead Company Breakfast from Home cookin’. Company […]

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Recipes for your Valentine

Don’t have your Valentine’s reservation set yet?  Can’t decide on the perfect place?  Try dinning in this year. Image from The Progressive farmer’s southern cookbook. Italian Love Cake from Cooking on the cutting edge. Heart-Shaped Scones with Currants from The Fearrington House cookbook : a celebration of food, flowers, and herbs. Sweetheart Cookies from Best […]

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Super Bowl Party Recipes

Sunday is the big day!  Super Bowl 50 is almost here.  Are you ready for your game day watching? Image from The Progressive farmer’s southern cookbook. Earl’s Touchdown Tuna from A source of much pleasure : receipts old and recipes new, 1785-1949. Game Day Garden Vegetable Dip from Hornets homecooking : favorite family recipes from […]

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A few helpful hints and remedies to get you through the cold and flew season. Image 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. Cough Syrup from Buffet Benny’s family cookbook : recipes, stories & poems […]

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Winter came in with a bang to North Carolina.  We went from 70s to 20s in a matter of weeks.  Nothing like a pot of soup to battle the winter chill. Image from Keepers of the hearth : based on records, ledgers and shared recipes of the families connected with Mill Prong House, Edinborough Road, […]

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