Recipe: Grits Souffle

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With the Kentucky Derby coming up next weekend, you may be inviting some friends over to watch the “run for the roses” on television with you and may be serving up some Southern dishes for dinner afterwards. One food item … Continued

Recipe: French Toast Casserole

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Easter morning, like Christmas morning, in many homes features a special breakfast or brunch shared by family members, so many of us are on the lookout for simple but sensational recipes to please our loved ones. This recipe was recently … Continued

Recipe: Irish Potatoes Colcannon

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Like Guinness, colcannon is pure Ireland. Colcannon is a traditional Irish mashed potato dish that is centuries old. The word colcannon is from the Gaelic “cal ceannann,” which literally means “white-headed cabbage.” This easy-to-make side dish, with many local variations, … Continued

Recipe: Easy Sesame Chicken

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  The Chinese New Year began this past Thursday, and after all the research I have recently read about it, I marvel about how this holiday for the Chinese is all about families getting together, feasting together, and waiting to … Continued

Recipe: Valentine Cranberry Sparkler

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Valentine’s Day, like New Year’s Eve, is one of those holidays that seems to call for a special drink. Valentine’s celebrates all of the people who are important to you–parents, grandparents, children, friends, and significant others– can’t you just imagine … Continued

Recipe: Super Bowl Appetizer

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When you think of Super Bowl appetizers, you usually think of hearty, filling foods that stick to your ribs and could take the place of a meal. These are not tea-party finger sandwiches. These are not nouvelle cuisine gourmet tidbits. … Continued

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