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Pancakes all around!

It’s National Pancake Day.  Fruit, buckwheat, buttermilk, basic, sour cream, no matter how you like your pancakes we’ve got the recipe for you. Image from The Progressive farmer’s southern cookbook. Batter Cakes from Soup to nuts : a cook book of recipes contributed by housewives and husbands of Alamance County and other sections of state […]

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The Olympics may be over but we have plenty of medal contending recipes. 1955 Cherry Champion Pie from Dixie Classic Fair for Northwest North Carolina : favorite recipes from friends of the Fair. Sure Winner Sausage and Egg Casserole from Hornets homecooking : favorite family recipes from the Charlotte Hornets players, coaches, staff and special […]

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We’ve patiently waited for a week and the weather is finally cooperating.  Make sure to stay fueled while you cheer on the Tar Heels! Tarheel Crocks from Best of the best from North Carolina : selected recipes from North Carolina’s favorite cookbooks. Tar Heel Okra and Tomato Gumbo from The Carolina collection. Tar Heel Pie […]

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How to Preserve a Husband from Soup to nuts : a cook book of recipes contributed by housewives and husbands of Alamance County and other sections of state and country. Hawaiian Love Potion from Red’s cook book : (road kill not included). “Better than Loving” Cake from Supper’s at six and we’re not waiting! Sweet […]

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Need something to make for your 2014 Winter Olympics Opening Ceremonies party?  Here are a few suggestions from former Olympians and a few recipes to get you in the spirit. Crabmeat Canapes from Tarheels cooking for Ronald’s kids. Beat the Clock Chicken Pot Pie from Hornets homecooking : favorite family recipes from the Charlotte Hornets players, coaches, staff and […]

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The two inches of snow that blanketed Chapel Hill Tuesday night is still holding on out there so sit back, wrap up in a warm blanket, and grab a mug. Old Fashioned Hot Cocoa from Just like Grandma used to make. Thick Hot Cocoa from Mountain country cooking : a gathering of the best recipes from the […]

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Hurray for National Pie Day! Pie in the Sky from AsheVittles : favorite recipes from Asheville, North Carolina. Sunrise Cherry Pie from What’s cookin’? in 1822. Apple Pie in a Bag from The clock watcher’s cook book. Mince Whip Pie from Carolina cuisine : a collections of recipes. In-Your-Face-Disgrace Pie from Hornets homecooking : favorite […]

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Hot and Spicy Mexican Dip from Mountain elegance : a collection of favorite recipes. Fried Okra with Indian Spices and Hot Tomato Relish from Cooking in the moment : a year of seasonal recipes. Hot Curried Fruit from Good eatin’ from Duke Memorial United Methodist Church, Durham, North Carolina. 5-Spice Chicken from Mario tailgates NASCAR style. Spicy Toasted Pecans from The Outer Banks cookbook : […]

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Waking up to 9 degree weather is not something we North Carolinians understand, but we do know the best way to combat this Polar Vortex.  Time to get out those crock-pots and dutch ovens.  Soup and chili, it’s what’s for dinner. Winter Warmup Meal from Buffet Benny’s family cookbook : recipes, stories & poems from the Appalachian […]

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There’s a national food day for everything.  This is definitely in the top 10 favorite list. Frances Chocolate Logs from Peace cookbook. Chocolate Balls from Carolina cuisine : a collections of recipes. Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Crackers from Company’s coming : a recipe collection from North Carolinians who enjoy company coming. Grandma’s 13-Layer Chocolate Cake […]

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