Recipes From Cuisine: American

Southern Style Cornbread

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American Southern Cornbread is slightly sweet compared to Cajun cornbread and most restaurant and prepared cornbread mixes. This recipe is made using self rising cornmeal a staple in the south and available at many grocers around the country. If self rising cornmeal is not available in your area you can ...

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Self-Rising Cornmeal

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Self-rising cornmeal is been a common ingredient in the southeastern United States for many decades.  It is usually used to may cornbread and corn muffins. Since baking powder and salt are already in the flour, they are omitted in recipes. The only other ingredients needed are milk/water, eggs, and fat. ...

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Self-Rising Flour

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Self-rising flour has been a common ingredient in the southeastern United States for many decades. Its origins date bake to England in the 1800’s. Self-rising flour allowed sailors on long voyages to make better baked goods. It is usually used to may breads, biscuits, pancakes, and waffles. Since baking powder ...

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Slightly Sweet Blueberry Muffins

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It takes about 30 minutes to make a batch of homemade muffins. Unlike prepared muffins and store bakery muffins, these muffins have less sugar, no artificial colors or flavors, no chemical additives, and no preservatives. You can also use this recipe to make organic muffins. Sugar is usually the first ...

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Cobb Salad


A Cobb or Chef’s Salad is an excellent source of fiber and protein. What’s the difference between a Cobb or Chef’s Salad? Primarily the size. A Chef’s Salad is usually served as part of a meal while a Cobb Salad can be a lunch or dinner entree. You can think ...

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Biscuits

Reduced Sodium Rolled & Drop Biscuits

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Reduced Sodium Biscuits are similar to biscuits made from Bisquick® baking mix. The results are moist, crumbly biscuits with about 50% less sodium. Substitutions Use 2/3 to 3/4 cup (160 to 180 ml) of buttermilk instead of water and buttermilk powder. Use butter for all or part of the shortening. ...

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Easy Creamy Pasta Salad

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While shopping at a supermarket, I passed a display of boxed pasta salad by a major U.S. food manufacturer. It was called Creamy Italian even though I had never seen anything like served in Italy. The boxed pasta salad was not even complete. You had to add mayonnaise. Although boxed ...

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Double Chocolate Cookie

Chewy Double Chocolate Cookies

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Double Chocolate Cookies is a simple drop cookie recipe, like chocolate chip cookies, made with cocoa powder and semi-sweet chocolate chips. The cookies can be baked just until set for a moist, chewy cookie a little firmer than a chocolate brownie, or you can increase baking time 1 to 2 ...

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Pan Toasted Garlic

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Garlic is used in a variety of cuisines and recipes. While many people associate garlic with southern Italian cooking, it is also used in French, Asian, Indian, and Mexican cooking. The flavor of raw garlic can be overwhelming. Garlic added too soon to hot oil or cooked too long can ...

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Graham Cracker Pudding Cake

5 Minute Graham Cracker Pudding Cake


This recipe for 5 Minute Graham Cracker Pudding Cake goes back to my childhood. My father made this cake or loaf. So this recipe is over 50 years old. Its origin is unknown, and an Internet search turned up one similar recipe that included cream cheese and whipping cream. That ...

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