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Tasty Southern Brunswick Stew can become a family favorite

From Treasures and Pleasures cookbook put out by the Presbyterian Women of the First Presbyterian Church of Apopka, we have Southern Brunswick Stew from...

Try Potatoes Italian shared by the Apopka Historical Society

Ann Hlinak’s Simple Simon Stroganoff is… simple. But it looks pretty tasty. This is another recipe from Cooking with Foliage La Sertoma of Apopka,...

Prepare for the summer heat by making these recipes

Ceviche from Chef Allen Susser is wonderful. The most important thing about preparing ceviche is ensuring the seafood you use is absolutely fresh. The...

Kick off your summer with Shrimp Creole and Kahlua Fruit Dip

From The New York Times NEW Natural Foods Cookbook, by Jean Hewitt, we have Brown Rice with Chicken. This makes about four servings. Thanks...

Create a wonderful feast with these recipes this Memorial Day

We can thank Charlie Milliken for submitting his Frogmore Stew recipe to the Northside Baptist Church for their cookbook. It looks like a...

Try Mrs. Connelly’s Pioneer Bread Pudding – it’s wonderful!

From Taste of Heaven, so kindly shared by our friends at First Presbyterian Church of Punta Gorda, we have Chicken Cashew Guk. Evalene Whiddon has...

Grill up Eloise Surrette’s Steaks on Sticks for Mother’s Day

From Apopka Citizen Police Alumni Association’s Sharing Our Finest Cookbook, Eloise Surrette’s Steaks on Sticks is deliciously grilled by dad and the kids for...

Make your own broth or fancy-it up with Pasta e Fagioli...

From The New York Times NEW Natural Foods Cookbook, by Jean Hewitt, we have recipes for Homemade Chicken Broth, Turkey Broth, and Vegetable...

Dip amazing Batter-Fried Shrimp into a wonderful cocktail sauce

Gosh, I love fried shrimp. Or any kind of shrimp for that matter. From Cooking with Foliage La Sertoma of Apopka, we have Batter-Fried...

Prepare your very own, tender Beef Wellington at home

From Savannah Style, Beef Wellington, a recipe that dates back to as early as 1899 and 1903, is an elegant dish that, if you...