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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Southern Cooking Site! These are the top ten articles that your Southern Cooking Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. Pumpkin Recipes
Fall is the perfect time to showcase the diversity of pumpkins. Their mild, sweet, earthy flavor is perfect in sweet or savory dishes and they're good for you, too. I love pumpkin and have several favorite recipes that include this amazing fruit.
2. Basic Homemade Biscuits Recipe
Making biscuits from scratch is not as difficult as many people may think. Try this recipe for a basic no frills biscuit.
3. Beef Barley Soup Recipe
Hearty and filling, this beef barley soup is satisfying. It's made with stew meat, seasonal vegetables and barley to provide a complete meal in one bowl. This crockpot recipe is super easy to make and wonderful to eat!
4. Easy and Elegant Green Bean Recipes
Even a vegetable-hater will be tempted by these simple and delicious ways to eat green beans.
5. Turkey Tetrazzini Recipe
Turkey Tetrazzini is a classic American pasta dish with mushrooms, Swiss or Parmesan cheese, turkey and a cream sauce. This is a flavorful, filling casserole and a great recipe to use up turkey leftovers.
6. Chicken and Dumplings Recipe
An easy and delicious recipe for chicken and dumplings!
7. Fall For Breakfast
Perfect breakfast for family and friends!
8. The Southern Bean; The Black Eyed Pea
The simple black eyed pea can play an important role on your party table.
9. Volunteer Luncheon Recipes
Back this past spring a friend of mine requested that I help in the preparing of an appreciation luncheon for about 50 wonderful volunteers with the local thrift shop! I was delighted! I have been asked many times to share the recipes! So here the
10. Biscotti Cookie Recipe
Biscotti Cookie Recipe that is made in your own favorite flavors. Let your stomach be your guide as to which variation you will make. These are so easy you will make these over and over again.
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