This is my mothers recipe and it really is awesome! They are somewhat crispy but not cakey. You can add raisins, chocolate chips or coconut to this recipe too.
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Corn, sausage, shrimp, potatoes, and seasonings are all you need to create this traditional South Carolina Low Country favorite.
This dish is reminiscent of dining in an outdoor cafe in the south of France. Serve with crusty bread, and a nice chilled glass of white wine.
Stuffing jumbo pasta shells makes a cute way to dress up a simple salad of romaine, salami, cucumber, and tomato.
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Sweet and wonderful. Crushed pineapple and whipped topping are folded into pistachio pudding mix. The bowl is popped into the refrigerator to set and chill. Serves twelve.
Here, everyone’s favorite stick-to-your-ribs sandwich–The Reuben–takes a turn as a chafing-dish dip, with the requisite dressing, sauerkraut, cheese, and corned beef.
Tagliatelle, that tender, flat Italian noodle related to fettuccine, gets a simple blue cheese cream sauce and a sprinkle of toasted walnuts for a fast but romantic pasta dish.
Lunch boxes just got a little more exciting with this peanut butter and vanilla yogurt dip!