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    Default Salem's Kitchen - Share Your Recipes

    Ok we have decided to start a thread to share some of our favorite recipes. Please feel free to post your favorites here for others to enjoy

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    I know I may have talked about "cat head biscuits" before. I use to make these for DH with some hot sausage milk gravy. Yummy!
    “Cat Head” Biscuits | AppalachianFolk
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sdh View Post
    I know I may have talked about "cat head biscuits" before. I use to make these for DH with some hot sausage milk gravy. Yummy!
    “Cat Head” Biscuits | AppalachianFolk
    This thread was pointed out to me from another cooking one in the Outside. That recipe is pretty much the same recipe my family has been using as long as I remember and I can't stress enough the importance of using lard and buttermilk (stay away from yoghurt in this recipe unless you replace a quarter of it with cream cheese). Catheads are awesome, especially with some Virginia ham or gravy.
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    Thread title edited and stickied. Salem, I will change thread title back if you wish.

    Now we have TexasT's House and Salem's Kitchen.

    Hmmmmmmmmm Wonder who is in the bedroom.
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    This is my Game Day chili. Been making it for years now. I do substitute the Jalapeno's for Habanero's though. Enjoy!

    Frank's Spicy Alabama Onion Beer Chili Recipe - Allrecipes.com
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    LOL thanks DeXter And Sd! I love those biscuits! Infernal is right. If we are going to eat the fattening stuff we might as well make it right I don't care what anyone says there are many recipes that just do not taste as good if we substitute the low fat/ calorie versions IMO.
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    Guys here is the link to the recipe we used for the Monkey Bread!! I think it is a good one.. JMO

    Monkey Bread You can Make in the Bread Machine

    Enjoy SC
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    MeMaw's Nanner Pudding

    Things you will need

    Steep heavy sauce pan
    2 egg yolks (reserve whites for meringue topping)
    1.5 cans evaporated milk
    1 3/4 cups sugar
    1 tsp vanilla extract
    1 box of vanilla wafers
    1 large bunch of bananas
    4 qt glass baking dish (I use square Corning Ware dish with lid)

    Layer vanilla wafers and bananas in glass baking dish. Set aside.
    Combine first 4 ingredients (1 1/2 cups sugar) in heavy saucepan. Heat over medium high heat, stirring constantly until the mixture comes to a full rolling boil. Continue cooking until mixture thickens. Pour mixture over the layered bananas and vanilla wafers. Let cool for about 1 hour.

    Use the reserved egg whites and mixer to beat until they are firm and white. Add about 1/4 cup of sugar while blending. Top the banana pudding with meringue. Place in over under broil until the meringue turns slightly brown.

    Enjoy
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    Okie Dokie salem...per request. Here is the link to my wifey's little website for Homemade Jams and Jellies...

    Home - Terrie's Pantry

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    Quote Originally Posted by SecondChance View Post
    Okie Dokie salem...per request. Here is the link to my wifey's little website for Homemade Jams and Jellies...

    Home - Terrie's Pantry

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    Thank you SC! I will be checking it out soon I have a bad habit of deleting PMs lol
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