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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 1 year 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..
  • pointsevenout 1 year 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.
  • pointsevenout 1 year ago about Rosemary Olive Bread (bread Machine Compatible!)
    This deserves a big ol' 5 for all the savory flavor.
  • browneyegirl 1 year 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.
  • pointsevenout 1 year ago about Rosemary Olive Bread (bread Machine Compatible!)
    A good savory loaf.
    See also: Rosemary Olive Bread
  • Sh33na 1 year 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!
  • 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! :-)
  • 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 :)
  • gkwillow 4 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...
  • keni 4 years ago
    Hey Chinablue! Thanks for looking at the Four Cheese Crab Penne. Lemme know if you get a chance to try it!
  • artist92543 6 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.
  • shepherdrescue 7 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!
  • blueeyes68ky 7 years ago
    Hello, Thanks for being my cooking buddy. I also like blue willow china. I don't collect it but I like it.
  • mountainmama 7 years ago
    Hello and Welcome to the Group.
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