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Here are the top ten articles for the Southern Cooking Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. 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.
2. Southern Traditional Recipes from the 1800's
Have you ever wondered what was served on the southern table back when your great grandmother was alive?
3. Soup Beans Recipe
Soup beans is an easy, and cheap meal that freezes well and tastes great. I've tried many recipes for soup beans and this recipe is one of my favorites. I hope you enjoy it as well.
4. Easy Homemade Sauerkraut Recipe
Donít be turned off by this tasty sauerkraut. It may seem like an overwhelming recipe when you see it involves canning jars but no canning experience is needed to make this delectable treat.
5. Flour & Cornbread Dumpling Recipe
What is more tasty than a soft warm dumpling in your favorite soup, stew, or casserole? Here are two versions of this southern favorite; the flour dumpling and the cornbread dumpling.
6. Fried Bologna & Egg Sandwich Recipe
Fried bologna tastes great on its own but can also be used in sandwiches, omelets, salads, and so on. A fried bologna & egg sandwich is a simple and tasty way to try Fried bologna if you have never had it before.
7. Biscuits and Gravy Recipe
Looking for a classic southern breakfast. Try some biscuits & gravy for a quick, easy, and tasty morning meal.
8. Kudzu Jelly Recipe
Don't get trapped in the "vine that ate the south". Here is a recipe for turning kudzu blossoms into a delicious jelly.
9. Buttery, Flaky Pie Crust Recipe
As the foundation of your pie, the crust can make or break your dessert! This buttery, flaky pie crust recipe offers helpful tips and hints on how to get the best pie crust whether your pie is sweet or savory.
10. 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
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