Blank Canvas Chicken Salad

Print Recipe Blank Canvas Chicken Salad I’m famous for my chicken salad. My sister is famous for her chickensalad. My niece is famous for her chicken salad (she even does fundraisers forher local school and animal shelter by selling it … Read More

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Super-Easy Keto-Friendly Fruit Dip

Print Recipe Super-Easy Keto-Friendly Fruit Dip You can use this decadent concoction as a dipping sauce, or just go ahead and stir in a bunch ofblueberries, strawberries, apples, grapes, pecans, walnuts, whatever makes you happy! This is a great way … Read More

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Celia’s Keto Taco Soup

Celia brought this divine soup to an animal communication class. It’s rich and yummy! I’ve made it several times since. Unable to leave a good thing alone, I’ve added some of my own touches to the recipe. (My additions are … Read More

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Shelley’s Summer Salsa

I’m so grateful to have neighbors that I can also count on as friends! Especially Shelly, whose amazingly delicious recipes still aren’t nearly as amazing as she is! Shelley’s Summer Salsa is great for chip-dipping, but I love to add … Read More

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Aunt Sister’s Weekend Soup

We didn’t grow up poor, but we couldn’t afford to waste food, either. And let’s face it: leftovers aren’t everyone’s favorite menu choice. I can promise you that when you make this recipe, it won’t be as fabulous as my … Read More

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Turtleback Cookies

This is a familiar recipe to anyone who lives in the small Alabama town where I grew up. Our local family-owned bakery was famous for all its cookies—you could smell the sugary aroma a block away, and it was so … Read More

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Easy Shepherd’s Pie

My daughter Tessa has been stressed out at work and wanted comfort food. I believe in shopping the edges of the supermarket and buying the purest form of food available. Here’s what you’ll need to bake the Shepherd’s Pie I … Read More

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Blueberry Dump Cake

My Aunt Alice was a tiny,bird-like woman who could really cook. Her husband, Uncle Richard (Daddy’s brother) was a big bear of a man who could draw any sort of cartoon animal in under five seconds. They retired to Sopchoppy … Read More

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Grandmother’s Biscuits

Print Recipe Grandmother’s Biscuits Ingredients1/3 cup butter2/3 cup milk1 eggself-rising flour InstructionsPreheat the oven to 350. Microwave butter in a glass measuring cup to melt. Add the milk on top of the butter (to make a full cup of liquid). … Read More

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