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There are lots of different kinds of cobblers, but one of the more uncommon ones is sweet potato and apple.&nb
Posted 11 months ago
Sugared pecans are the very definition of "the simplest thing in the world."  They're easy to m
Posted 1 year ago
A wonderful treat that we most often saw during the Christmas season. Light, cheesy, and wonderful. These chee
Posted 1 year ago
Sometimes you never knew you wanted to make something until you did. Soda crackers are like that. One of those
Posted 1 year ago
One of the staple recipes at Peggy's Restaurant was the cube steak in gravy. Serve this up with some mashed po
Posted 2 years ago
An easy, delicious recipe that you can pretty much just throw together and toss in the oven.
Posted 2 years ago
An old-fashioned Southern recipe, from back in the days when you made do with what you had!
Posted 3 years ago
A favorite from Peggy's Restaurant. This recipe is a little different from what we did at the cafe, but not ve
Posted 3 years ago
One of the better things you can have in your life is homemade peanut butter fudge. Your family won't be able
Posted 3 years ago
A classic, old-fashioned roast turkey recipe. If you want to cook a turkey like Grandma used to cook, this is
Posted 3 years ago
An old-fashioned corned beef casserole that your grandmother might have made.
Posted 3 years ago
A great, simple, slow-cooked barbecue pork recipe which will leave your house smelling like Heaven for most of
Posted 3 years ago
Folks in the Carolinas love their hush puppies. You can find hush puppies in other states, but they're just no
Posted 3 years ago
The best dessert ever for fans of peanut butter. This rich pie is loved by kids and adults alike!
Posted 3 years ago
This baked beans recipe is more work than some others, but the first time you taste slow-cooked baked beans, y
Posted 4 years ago
No recipe collection is complete without sweet potato casserole. The debate continues. Is it a side dish? Or i
Posted 4 years ago
This is just a good, simple oyster stew recipe. No muss, no fuss. And it's delicious!
Posted 4 years ago
This is the perfect pound cake for folks who like a little of that lemon zing. It's not as super-sweet as most
Posted 5 years ago
No proper Southern upbringing is complete without Fried Okra. It's easy to make, and fried okra makes the wond
Posted 5 years ago
While it's not specifically a Southern thing, you'd find pepper steak on a lot of plates in the South. It's su
Posted 6 years ago
Have you ever been getting ready to do some baking, and realize you're not sure if your baking powder is still
Posted 6 years ago
Here's a no-fuss recipe for delicious apple butter, which you can partly make overnight while you sleep.
Posted 6 years ago
If you were raised in the South, you grew up eating stewed potatoes at least a couple of times a month, if not
Posted 6 years ago
Who doesn't love chocolate pie? But if you've only had store-bought chocolate pie, you don't know what you're
Posted 6 years ago
The beauty of a great meat loaf is often its simplicity. That's the hallmark of good, Southern cooking, and th
Posted 6 years ago
A classic American dish that you don't often find in restaurants (unless it is a cafeteria) is stuffed bell pe
Posted 7 years ago
This is a scrumptious beef stew recipe you can make in your crock pot when you don't have time to linger in th
Posted 7 years ago
There's no more wonderful a seasonal treat than old fashioned snow cream. A wonderful winter treat that your k
Posted 7 years ago
This is the cake you want on a cool autumn Sunday evening. Full of the flavors everyone craves - brown sugar,
Posted 7 years ago
Any Southerner worth their salt has eaten so many butter beans in their lifetime it’s hard to know wheth
Posted 7 years ago
Collard greens are such a regular part of traditional Southern diet that most cooks in the South don't realize
Posted 7 years ago
One of the great mysteries around Kings Mountain, North Carolina back in the Peggy's Restaurant days was alway
Posted 7 years ago
If you've never eaten a fresh cherry pie, you're in for a treat. It's a bit of work to pit the cherries, but o
Posted 7 years ago
A staple of the holidays. Who doesn't love pumpkin pie?
Posted 7 years ago
While it's not solely a Southern thing, few Southerners grew up without encountering the glory of chipped beef
Posted 7 years ago