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Southern Green Beans Recipe

Try our step-by-step, recipe for making delicious Southern Green Beans.  It’s just good old, basic Southern Cooking at it’s best, for a delicious side dish that compliments any meal.  Whether you’re using home canned beans, fresh, frozen or store bought in the can, it doesn’t get much easier than this to place another vegetable on your family table.

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Squash Casserole Recipe

Follow our easy, step-by-step, instructions to make this very special Squash Casserole recipe.  It’s a great way to use some of those summer crooked neck yellow squash and it’s so simple to put together.  We’re using herb stuffing in this version.

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Classic Green Bean Casserole

Follow step-by-step, photo illustrated instructions to make this Classic Green Bean Casserole. This super quick and easy dish is a standard for Thanksgiving Dinner, but it’s a perfect side dish for any meal, any time of the year. Thank you Dorcas Reilly for inventing the Green Bean Casserole back in 1955. Millions of us have been enjoying it for years. Printable recipe included.

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Mashed Potatoes, with mayo.

Follow these easy, step-by-step, photo illustrated instructions to make our creamy Mashed Potatoes Recipe with Duke’s Mayonnaise. It’s a Southern thing for sure, and we wouldn’t make it with any other brand except Duke’s. We’re making our Mashed Potatoes totally from scratch in just a few simple steps. Printable recipe included.

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Homemade Cornbread Dressing

Follow easy, step-by-step, photo illustrated instructions for making our Homemade Cornbread Dressing, from scratch. This quick and easy side dish is best when made a day or two ahead of time and then baked when needed. So, you can get some of that big meal made and ready for the oven, without having to rush yourself on the big day. Perfect for Thanksgiving Dinner, great anytime of the year. Printable recipe included.

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Cabbage Casserole

Follow step-by-step, photo illustrated instructions for making this delicious Cabbage Casserole dish. We’re taking cooked cabbage up a couple of levels, adding some cheddar cheese, and making a dish even those family members that don’t like cabbage will find themselves asking for seconds. I’ve never been a fan of cooked cabbage myself, and it even made me go back for more. Printable recipe included.

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Turnip Greens with Diced Turnips Recipe

Follow step-by-step, photo illustrated instructions to make our special Turnip Greens with Diced Turnips Recipe. Fresh turnip greens and turnips are a cold weather delight. We’ll visit our North Carolina State Farmer’s Market to pick up some fresh greens, then cook them up with some pork seasoning for a hearty dish that goes great as a side, or as a meal on its own. Printable recipe included.

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Baked Beans Recipe, made from scratch.

Follow easy step-by-step, photo illustrated instructions for making these delicious Baked Beans… from scratch. We start out with dry Navy Beans, soak them overnight then, we add bacon and a few other surprises to make some of the best beans you’ve ever enjoyed. Did I mention we slow cooked them for about 7 hours? Oh yeah… they’re that good. We’ve even got a printable recipe.

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Seafood Mac and Cheese Recipe

Follow our step-by-step, photo illustrated recipe to make this absolutely delicious version of Seafood Macaroni and Cheese. We’re using shrimp and crab meat, but you could use the seafood of your choice to make this creamy dish. It’s quick and easy to make, and it will bring back lots of great memories of walking in the sand along your favorite beach. Printable recipe included.

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Field Peas with Snaps and Okra

Follow our easy, step-by-step, photo illustrated recipe to make this favorite summertime side dish. We love to make this with freshly shelled peas and fresh okra, and serve it up as part of an all vegetable plate. Add some skillet made cornbread, and you’ve got a complete meal. We’ll show you how easy it is to make this Southern favorite in just a few quick steps. Printable recipe included.

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