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  • Mom's Salmon Patties from sparow64 in Sweetwater, TN.
    One of my favorite "Southern Cookin'" foods from childhood. And one of the first things I learned to make, too, at the ...
  • My Sister's Awesome Salad from sparow64 in Sweetwater, TN.
    First had this salad at my sister's house for Easter dinner a few years ago. We love it. And being inspired by Janet's http://ww...
  • Chunky Creamy Tomato Soup from sparow64 in Sweetwater, TN.
    Had several fresh tomatoes to use, and decided that I wanted to play Mad Scientist and create a soup using ideas from severa diffe...
  • Grilled Chicken Bruschetta from sparow64 in Sweetwater, TN.
    I had the Bruschetta Chicken at O'Charleys recently, and decided to try to re-create it at home. Everyone loved it, and it was su...
  • Paula Deen's Tomato Pie from sparow64 in Sweetwater, TN.
    LOVE LOVE LOVE Tomato Pie! A southern staple! : ) This can be a side dish, or a main dish for lunch with the girls, or even thro...
  • My Caprese Salad from sparow64 in Sweetwater, TN.
    One of my favorite salads with the ripe red tomatoes from the garden! You can use any variety of tomato, and you can make enough ...
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  • NPMarie 1 day ago
    Hi gf:)
    Would you please add these to the "I Made It" group when you get a chance?
    1000 Island Dressing
    Mesquite Grilled Chicken In White Barbeque Sauce
    Cornbread Pie
    Moms Salmon Patties
    My Sisters Awesome Salad
    Poker Night White Chicken Chili

    Thank so much! Marie:)
  • jett2whit 1 day ago
    Hey there! Hope all is well. Just wanted to fly by and see what's cooking! xoxo
  • mommyluvs2cook 2 days ago about Mesquite Grilled Chicken In White Barbeque Sauce
    DELICIOUS!! The chicken had a ton of nice smoky flavor, and the BBQ sauce is so different from ordinary sauce, what a great change! My little one could have eaten with a spoon, lol! Added more in the Chuckies IMI link below :)
  • chuckieb 3 days ago
    LOVE your avatar. Sooo pretty!
  • mommyluvs2cook 4 days ago
    I had seen so many times people rolling out biscuit dough to make a quick pizza, so I thought, why not a calzone? Worked like a charm :) Thanks for checking out Simple Spinach Calzones!
  • chuckieb 1 week ago
    Nice that you took a peek at my Spinach salad, Banana bread and Asparagus and egg recipes Lori. So great to have you back in the fold. :) Have a lovely weekend!
  • gourmetana 1 week ago
    Thank you Sparow, I hope you try it! Let me know ;)
  • notyourmomma 1 week ago
    Thanks bunches honey for looking over my recipies.
  • mommyluvs2cook 2 weeks ago
    Thank you so much for commenting on my roast beef panini! I hope you get to try it, it's delicious :)
  • chuckieb 2 weeks ago
    LOL Lori. Thanks for peeking at the Heinz '57 Dip. It's a yummy one.
  • MissouriFarmWife 2 weeks ago about Mom's Salmon Patties
    I used to love salmon patties as a child! Still do. I would leave all bones and skin in, too. Looks great and I will be making this soon.
  • frankieanne 2 weeks ago about 1000 Island Dressing
    Whoops! Forgot to rate this!
  • frankieanne 2 weeks ago about 1000 Island Dressing
    I made 1/2 of this recipe and I only used sweet pickle relish as I don't have dill around because I prefer sweet. I also didn't have any green onions so I just finely minced up a couple of teaspoons of white I had. I used smoked paprika and left out the Tabasco. I really liked this and the Heinz 57 gave it a different spin on the other 1000 Island dressings I have had. I added a couple of my pictures and a tad more in Keni's thread Marie posted below. 11/3/14
  • notyourmomma 2 weeks ago
    Believe me, I know.
  • frankieanne 3 weeks ago about Cornbread Pie
    Delicious! My ground beef was only 1.22 lb. so I decided to only use the chili powder - left out the cumin, cayenne and red pepper flakes. I think it could have used a bit more heat though so I probably shouldn't have done that. I used a small can of corn. I knew I would have to drain my ground beef so I didn't put all the spices in until I added the tomatoes and corn. My cornbread took 30 minutes to get brown. I ate more than I should have! Thanks!
    More in IMI 11/1/14
    Cornbread Pie