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Breads from Favorite recipes of the Lower Cape Fear. My Grandmother’s Corn Pone from Mountain makin’s in the Smokies : a cook book. Hoecake from Waldensian cookery. Beaten Biscuits from More than moonshine : Appalachian recipes and recollections. Spoon Bread from From coastal Carolina cupboards. Sally Lunn from Soup to nuts : a cook book […]

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It’s fall y’all and that means pumpkins are everywhere.  So visit a patch, a store, or your closest pumpkin retailer, pick one out and get to cooking. Pumpkin Soup from The country gourmet cookbook. Fried Pumpkin Seeds from A Taste of the old and the new. Spicy Pumpkin Cookies from The Pantry shelf : 1907-1982. High Jumpin’ Pumpkin Bread from Hornets homecooking : favorite family […]

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Candies and Confections from The Progressive farmer’s southern cookbook. Reba Bowen’s Molasses Pull Taffy from Columbus County cookbook II. Cream Candy from Cook book. Caramel Layer Chocolate Squares from The Pantry shelf : 1907-1982. Ladyfinger Dessert from Count our blessings : 75 years of recipes and memories / Myers Park Presbyterian Church. Chocolate Souffle with Chocolate Sauce and Whipped Cream from The Fearrington House cookbook : a […]

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This weekend has Labor Day and football.  What more of an excuse do you need to get those grills out? Shrimp and Hot Sausage Kabobs from Mario tailgates NASCAR style. Margarita Grilled Shrimp from The Outer Banks cookbook : recipes & traditions from North Carolina’s barrier islands. Kareem Kabobs from Hornets homecooking : favorite family recipes from the Charlotte Hornets players, coaches, […]

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It’s a great year for blueberry crops and North Carolina is a top 10 producer.  Go to your favorite grocery store, farmers market, or road side stand, grab some blueberries, and get cookin’! Blueberry Basil Cornmeal Waffles from North Carolina bed & breakfast cookbook. Blueberry Betty from Historic Moores Creek cook book : a collection of old and […]

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Celebrate with… A picnic Fourth of July Picnic from Given to hospitality : a cook book. Some ice cream Fourth of July Ice Cream from Our own kitchen survival kit. …don’t forget the toppings Ice Cream Toppings from Our own kitchen survival kit. A former president President Reagan’s Favorite Macaroni and Cheese from Capitol cook book : with best wishes from Congressman James […]

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Image from Kitchen kapers. Strawberry Jam from The country gourmet cookbook. Muscadine Jelly from The Progressive farmer’s southern cookbook. Sassafras Jelly from Red’s cook book : (road kill not included). Marmalade from The Farmville cook book. Bar Le Duc Jelly from Dixie dishes. No-Cook Blueberry Jam from Pass the plate : the collection from Christ […]

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Memorial Day is just around the corner.  Flags will be flown, veterans remembered, and grills fired up.  Here are a few recipes to help you out with your weekend festivities. Image from The Progressive farmer’s southern cookbook. Balsamic Grilled Asparagus from Heavenly helpings, seasoned with love : recipes collected from great cooks past and present of White Oak […]

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Today is National Astronaut Day.  Why not try a new recipe that’s out of this world! Out of This World Cake from Out of our league. Moon Pie from Sugar pie & jelly roll : sweets from a southern kitchen. Milky Way Ice Cream from Granny’s drawers : four generations of family favorites. Polenta Stars with Wilted Spinach and Gorgonzola from An appetite […]

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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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