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  • Crookneck Yellow Squash Casserole from chinablue in 24747, VA.
    A really great way to use up all that extra yellow crookneck squash, even the big ones (and zucchini too) without the usual egg di...
  • Cheddar, Pimento, & Cream Cheese Ball from chinablue in 24747, VA.
    A quick cheese ball that's cheap, easy and sure to please. Stores well and can be made several days ahead....
  • Corned Beef Dip/spread from chinablue in 24747, VA.
    A quick and easy corned beef dip that also doubles as a sandwich spread! Goes with crackers, breads, pretzels, chips, etc....
  • Rosemary Olive Bread (bread Machine Compatible!) from chinablue in 24747, VA.
    A fine textured, crusty bread that is great warm with any meal, especially Mediterranian dishes. Also makes a great sandwich for r...
  • My Favorite Rice Pudding from chinablue in 24747, VA.
    Easy to make and a great way to use leftover rice. Plain, simple fare that will put a smile on the faces of those lucky enough to ...
  • Greek Tzatziki from chinablue in 24747, VA.
    A cool, creamy condiment that can be used in many different ways with many different foods, from red meats, cold cuts, fish and ev...
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  • loveisforever 4 months ago
    I wanted to let you know that the broweyegiril isn't here any more.She tryed to get into her account and couldn't get her password right..
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  • pointsevenout 4 months ago
    It's a very savory loaf. I like it a lot. And except for toying around with some sourdough these past few months, this loaf might have been the last traditional loaf I made.
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  • pointsevenout 11 months ago about Rosemary Olive Bread (bread Machine Compatible!)
    This deserves a big ol' 5 for all the savory flavor.
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  • browneyegirl 11 months ago about Super Easy Decadent Coconut Cake
    On the can milk.What size do you use?I may have to check to see if there is Creme De Coconut here where I live.
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  • pointsevenout 11 months ago about Rosemary Olive Bread (bread Machine Compatible!)
    A good savory loaf.
    See also: Rosemary Olive Bread
    2/11/14
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  • Sh33na 11 months ago about Grandma's Southern Pea Salad
    A friend of mine made this back in the day. I've been searching online for just the right ingredients, and you've got it. Thank you!
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  • chinablue 2 years ago about Corned Beef Dip/spread
    Glad to hear someone liked this! With the rise in price of canned corned beef, you can stretch this by adding 2 packs of cream cheese and it really doesn't suffer too much. And with football season in full swing, I'll be making it again before too long. Thanks for your comment! :-)
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  • ducky20536 3 years ago
    I just read about you and I feel a real connection. My husband was born in N.C. and moved to TN when he was 3. I am a 7th generation Californian although I haven't lived there since 1979. I LOVE old-old recipes and also learned a lot from my mother in law while she was still with us. Keep those recipes coming -love em :)
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  • gkwillow 3 years ago
    It's a lovely recipe that I'm sure will show up on my plate again...but I didn't change it because I thought it needed to be changed. I have a habit of making tweaks whether the recipe needs it or not. :) Hope you get to try the soup. It is delish! I'd like to know what you think...
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  • keni 3 years ago
    Hey Chinablue! Thanks for looking at the Four Cheese Crab Penne. Lemme know if you get a chance to try it!
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  • artist92543 5 years ago
    Hi Chinablue. I am actually making some braised chicken at the moment and just wanted to see other recipes while I wait for mine to be done. This one you have with the Italian braised chicken with potatoes sounds very good! I am part Italian myself. Also your chinablue picture interested me aas I make my living creating antique reproduction finishes with the same kind of motifs...chinoiserie it's called. I'll look at some more of your recipes as your write-up soounds like we both like the same kind of food.
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  • shepherdrescue 6 years ago
    HI blue! Welcome to the group! Very nice people, great food and lots of interests. The picture of the Italian Braised Chicken is gorgeous!!! I'm trying it!
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  • blueeyes68ky 6 years ago
    Hello, Thanks for being my cooking buddy. I also like blue willow china. I don't collect it but I like it.
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  • mountainmama 6 years ago
    Hello and Welcome to the Group.
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