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Simple Shrimp Salad

Inspired by lobster rolls, I decided to make a shrimp version. It did not take me long to decide not to try and make my own New England-style hot dog buns to put the shrimp mixture in, so my shrimp roll quickly became a shrimp salad. Although a traditional lobster roll has only mayonnaise, I […]

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Stilesboro Biscuits in Kennesaw, Georgia

Awesome! It may be the only word needed to describe Stilesboro Biscuits in Kennesaw, Georgia; it is the first thing that comes to mind when I think of eating one of their delicious biscuits. (Of course, it is rather unfortunate that when thinking of that word I also hear the song from The Lego Movie […]

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Refrigerator Bread and Butter Pickles

A great deal on pickling cucumbers at a local farmer’s market was more than I could resist. I decided to make a two easy types of pickles that did not require canning…my mom’s freezer pickles and a refrigerated version of my husband’s mom’s bread and butter pickles. If I’d known that bread and butter pickles […]

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Linguine Salad

Linguine salad was one of my mom’s summertime favorites. I’m not sure exactly when she started making it or where she acquired the recipe. I do know she loved to make it to use some of the many vegetables my parents grew in their garden. She also loved having family and friends to the farm […]

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