was tired of the same old recipes and needed something to spark some interest in zucchini and came up with this.
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i got this recipe from a southern living magazine a couple of years ago. it was an instant favorite, and i get so many requests for the recipe that i figured i would make it easy on myself and just post it. i usually use more old bay, tabasco, and scallio
growing up, "baba" referred to my grandmother--mom's mom. boy could she cook. she'd be 112 today. baba used to make this salad every summer and store it in a big glass jar. when we were kids, that bean jar was like a never-ending story--always full an
rhubarb is not one of my favorite things to eat but we have some very old plants that produce like crazy. apparently it isn't something you see a lot of anymore because people are always stopping by our house and asking if they can have some. i mean peo
every august the peach tree in our garden is bursting with huge, juicy peaches. i make this at least once a week every summer once that tree gives up its fruit, for family desserts and as gifts for friends.
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