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The 1st day of summer is tomorrow, June 21st.  Time for fresh salads, fruity concoctions, and cool drinks… Summer Celebration Salad from Cooking with berries. Sal’s Summer Vegetable Salad from High Hampton hospitality. Summer Cooler from Pass the plate : the collection from Christ Church. Summer Cake from Tarheels cooking for Ronald’s kids. Summertime Soup […]

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There are few things more southern than a tall glass of sweet iced tea. Mother’s Iced Tea For Tar Heels Only! from Tarheels cooking for Ronald’s kids. Ready to Drink Iced Tea from A Taste of the old and the new. Sassafras Tea from Red’s cook book : (road kill not included). Sweet Iced Tea […]

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Tomorrow is the 1st Friday in June and that means National Doughnut Day is upon us! Dream Doughnuts from Miss B.’s first cookbook : 20 family-sized recipes for the youngest cook. Coffee-Time Doughnuts from A Taste of the old and the new. Potato Donuts from The Pantry shelf : 1907-1982. Canned Biscuit Donuts from Just […]

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Banana Coconut Chiffon Pie from Granny’s drawers : four generations of family favorites. Buttermilk Coconut Pie from Tarheels cooking for Ronald’s kids. Coconut Chicken from Love yourself cookbook : easy recipes for one or two. Coconut Melt-Aways from Sweet Carolina : favorite desserts and candies from the Old North State. Coconut Muffins from Pass the plate : the collection from Christ Church. Earthquake Cake from The Cane […]

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Enchiladas de Guerrero from Classic cookbook. Guacamole from Good eatin’ from Duke Memorial United Methodist Church, Durham, North Carolina. Mucho Margaritas from You’re invited back : a second helping of Raleigh’s favorite recipes. Sopapillas from Pass the plate : the collection from Christ Church. Super Nacho from Pass the plate : the collection from Christ […]

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Mushroom Business from The Pantry shelf : 1907-1982. Sausage-Stuffed Mushrooms from Love yourself cookbook : easy recipes for one or two. Mushroom Roll-Ups from Pass the plate : the collection from Christ Church. Crepes with Mushroom Sauce from North Carolina bed & breakfast cookbook. Joanie’s Mushroom Sandwiches from What’s left is right : what to do with […]

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Happy National Grilled Cheese Day!  It’s not too late celebrate.  Grab your favorite cheese and bread, put some butter in a pan, and get to celebrating. Happiness is a Hot Cheese-Tomato Sandwich from A Taste of the old and the new. Cognac Ham Sandwiches from What’s left is right : what to do with leftovers […]

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Blackberry Leather from Cooking with berries. Lush Mush from The Charlotte cookbook. Cranberry Ketchup from Cooking with berries. Crazy Berry Blue Pie from A Taste of the old and the new. Raspberry Trifle from The cat who– cookbook. Elderberry Soup from Cooking with berries. Sour Cream Blackberry Pie from The lost colony cookbook : 400 […]

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It may not feel like it outside, but spring is upon us in North Carolina.  Here are a few recipes to get you in the spring mood, even if the weather isn’t cooperating. Spring Delight Salad from Home cookin’. Yellow Daisy Cake from Sweet Carolina : favorite desserts and candies from the Old North State. […]

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St. Patrick’s Salad from Favorite recipes. Irish Pigs in Blanket from The Pantry shelf : 1907-1982. Green Punch from The Charlotte cookbook. Mrs. Coyle’s Irish Bread from Classic cookbook. Top of the Morning Muffins from Pass the plate : the collection from Christ Church. Whiskey Balls from Favorite recipes of the Lower Cape Fear. Whiskey […]

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