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I hope this page will help you find something delicious to cook with and for your family!





Appetizers



 



Beef




Breads
Sour Cream Banana Nut Bread


Breakfast/Brunch

Chicken 


Desserts/Pastries


Drinks




Seared Petite Lamb
Lamb







Pork
Spinach/apricot stuffed pork tenderloin


Salads
Cajun Chicken Salad


Seafood
N.O. BBQ Shrimp


Side Dishes




Sauces and Spreads




Snacks and Party Food



Soups and Such







Turkey
Skinny Mexican Pizza







Veal





ETHNIC/REGIONAL RECIPES

African









Asian
Sesame Shrimp and Asparagus Stir Fry


Bolivian








English 










French







Greek
 



Indonesian









Mexican

Italian



Russian

Meatballs Stroganoff








Southern Cornbread Dressing
Southern


11 comments:

  1. Hi Julie,

    I have happened to stumble upon your blog via Pinterest and I honestly feel like I've hit the jackpot! I love food and trying things out at home but don't really have the confidence to present it to guests .... With your blog I think you've just made that possible!

    I was wondering if you have a recipe for Eggplant parmagiano? I have always wanted to make it but have never found a recipe that can take me step by step like you do on your blog.

    I see you are a Mom so I fully understand if you don't have the time to do this but would appreciate any tips you have to offer.

    thanks again for a wonderful, inspiring blog.

    Robyn

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    1. Robin - I now have a recipe posted for Eggplant Parmigiana! Please check it out!

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  2. Hello Julie, my first time here. What a lovely collection of recipes you have here. I am vegetarian and hence my choice is a little limited, but I have bookmarked some of your fabulous starters/snack recipes (Baked Beans and Baked Sweet Potato Fries) and am sure to try them out real soon. Will keep you posted on how they turn out. Thanks for posting them. Loved the pictures of your little kids helping you out in the kitchen :)

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    1. Nandita - thank you so much for stopping by!! I do hope you find some things that suit your diet and you palate!! And please share the blog with your friends. Julie

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  3. Julie,
    I found your site while looking for a stuffed zucchini recipe. What an awesome collection u have :)
    And your very basic instructions take ALOT of guess work out of the process. I LOVE this! Excellent job! I have tried the stuffed zukes and your double chocolate coconut bars...OMG!! A-mazing! Everyone gobbled those! Can't wait to try more of your stuff!! Keep it up :)

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    1. Thanks Samantha!!! You just made my night! :)

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    2. Well you made mine last night so it seems only fair :) Take care

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  4. Hi Julie, do you have any crockpot recipes?

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    1. Kelly - I do. Just look along the right side of the blog....where you see individual recipes listed. They are in alphabetical order. I see 4 automatically that fall under Crock Pot... there may be others that don't start with this term, but that will get you started. Let me know if there is something specific you are looking for. :)

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  5. Have you considered doing Frittatas? They're so easy and actually faster than a casserole. My sister and I bought an 1890 house in the Historic District of Milledgeville, Georgia. For 7 1/2 years we went on a wild ride! We didn't expect running a B&B would be easy, but it was such a gratifying experience we hung in there much longer than we expected. I did the breakfast. Since my favorite restaurant in the world was Brennan's in New Orleans, I could whip up Eggs Benedict in a heartbeat. Or Country Benedict with a sausage patty instead on Canadian bacon. Apple French Toast done like Pineapple Upside-down Cake. When you turned it out of the mini-loaf pan your apples were nicely arranged and the light caramel syrup would pour down over it all. One of the fave frittatas was pork sausage with red-skin potatoes and cheddar with a dollop of sour cream filled with fresh herbs. When you order a Philly Steak and Cheese, it comes with a cup of Ranch for dipping. So, when I made the Philly Steak and Cheese frittata, I would serve it with a drizzle of Ranch. You can use any veggies, any meat, just nothing saucy or so wet it might interfere with the beaten eggs. I'm looking at your list of recipes on the right. What about a Southwestern Taco frittata with salsa on the side? You could even top it with sour cream, tomato and a little shredded lettuce. Or Spinach, Artichoke and Mushrooms with Gruyere cheese? In an oven safe pan, saute your fillings until they're done, season while you're cooking, no going back later, pour in your beaten eggs, gently stir with a spatula for a couple of minutes, add your cheese topping and sit under a broiler (on 325-350 degrees, so it will cycle on and off and gently finish cooking. When it starts to turn brown and puff, done!! And you've had time to do some fresh fruit or set the table. These are nice enough to serve for an fast evening meal. Please try some!!! Thank you so much for the house of enjoyment I've had reading your blog and recipes. Wishing you the best! Since it's that time, Merry Christmas to you and your family!!

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  6. It's that crazy woman again! We named our B&B The Antebellum Inn since Milledgeville was the capitol of Georgia before and during the Civil War and Milledgeville is on the Antebellum Trail. Although we sold it 8 years ago, the Inn is still in existence and is still going strong! Milledgeville and Washington D.C. are the only two capitols In the country where the site was selected to be a capitol!! The rest evolved. Milledgeville is the only intact Federal period town left in the country. Yes, Sherman was here, but the town was spared. If you should ever wander this way, check out antebelluminn.com. (Lord you'd think we still owned it.) Thanks again!

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