Recipes from the Heart

Food is more than nourishment for the body in the South. It is part of our heritage. Recipes many times are passed down by demonstration and never written down. Every recipe has a story. Unfortunately, too often, the best-loved family recipes don’t make into even the beloved church cookbooks that I love so. Even some of my favorite recipes are not written. My fear is that with the passing of family members, not only will the recipes be forgotten, but also the stories that go with them. I have had a lifelong love affair with food, so it seems right that it would be well represented in my blog. I’ll share some of my favorites and hope you’ll enjoy as much as I do! I will be downright begging my Momma, aunts, and cousins to chip in on this.

Just a Sip:

Millie’s Fruit Punch

Skip and Go Nekids( cocktail)

Sweet Tea

Milk and Bread:

Old Fashioned Hot Rolls

Just a Bite:

Debbie’s Southern Pimento Cheese

Homemade Party Mints

Millie’s Carrot Salad

Vee’s Creamed Corn

Oven Fried Okra

Fried Squash

Save Room for Seconds:

Millie’s Cheese and Macaroni

>Pat’s Best Ever Lasagne

Vee’s Chicken and Dressing

For the Sweet Tooth:

Banana Pudding

Coot’s Apple Pie

Millie’s Apple Cake

Old Fashioned Chocolate Pie

Lillie’s Peanut Brittle

Mississippi Mud Cake

Southern Pecan Pie

Vee’s Peach Cobbler

Sis’ Popcorn Balls

Vee’s Potato Candy

Bernice’s Best Ever Pound Cake

2 Responses to Recipes from the Heart

  1. Mary McGhee says:

    Okay, I’ll play! I’ve put a bunch of family recipes on the web at http://casagordita.com/cooking.htm

    And I am going to be getting in touch with my Southern roots and making your Pimento Cheese, soon!

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