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Rum Cake Rum Cake By Maggie's Country Kitchen 02/27/14 22:20 It has been quite some time since I have posted. I've decided to come back and ramp up my cooking blog. The winter has been long and cold here in Georgia. Spring will be here soon and once the weather turns hot here in the south it stays that way for a...
Pickle Pots and a memory of Maw Maw Pickle Pots and a memory of Maw Maw By Maggie's Country Kitchen 06/07/12 13:53 I remember Sunday dinner at Maw Maw's house. Usually, I would stay overnight and early Sunday morning (around 4am), I would hear my maw maw moving around in her kitchen and preparing the meal that she would cook for her family. She never knew which one...
Pork Chops with Apples Pork Chops with Apples By Maggie's Country Kitchen 10/03/11 01:40 Autumn is in the air,it is here! YAY! Today was really a lazy day. I prepared pork chops with apples and stuffing. Yes, here in Georgia it is called stuffing if it comes out of a box. It is dressing if it is made by hand. It was really a lazy day. I'm repeating...
Pineapple Upside Down Cornmeal Cake Pineapple Upside Down Cornmeal Cake By Maggie's Country Kitchen 09/29/11 18:28 I have a confession. I have never made a pineapple upside down cake. Well until the other day. I remember eating this cake in my grandmother's kitchen and tasting it at church homecomings. Moist cake with a decadent topping of pecans, pineapple and cherries....
Green Beans with Caramelized Onion and Red Potatoes Green Beans with Caramelized Onion and Red Potatoes By Maggie's Country Kitchen 09/25/11 20:24 I have a thing with wanting a green vegetable with dinner. It's not a rule. Something green always looks better on your plate and is good for you too. I love green beans. Not wanting to take a trip to the grocery store, I dug around in the freezer and found...
Meatball Stew Meatball Stew By Maggie's Country Kitchen 09/23/11 14:10 I saw this recipe in an email recently and decided to tweak it somewhat. Stew is absolutely a comfort food and one that I usually prepare and let "stew" for hours in the crock pot. This recipe is an easier and much quicker stew. Meatball stew is also very...
Coconut Macaroons Coconut Macaroons By Maggie's Country Kitchen 09/19/11 03:22 The days have been so nice here in Georgia. So nice that once again,the oven came back on. This recipe for macaroons is quick, easy and satisfies a craving for something sweet. The coconut for some reason, reminded me that Christmas is coming soon. Maybe...
Beer Braised Chicken and Onions Beer Braised Chicken and Onions By Maggie's Country Kitchen 09/15/11 19:09 I had a very busy day planned and wanted to get a jump on that night's dinner. My slow cooker made an appearance. Not wanting a trip to the grocery store I studied my pantry and fridge and came up with Beer Braised Chicken and Onions...a "Chicken Carbonnade"....
Pear Cobbler..Simply made Pear Cobbler..Simply made By Maggie's Country Kitchen 09/10/11 22:18 Here in Georgia, the weather has been wonderful with warm afternoons and cool crisp mornings. I have a pear tree that stands proudly in my backyard. Pears are hanging heavily on the tree’s branches and also are laying on the ground. The squirrels have also...
Stuffed Zucchini Stuffed Zucchini By Maggie's Country Kitchen 09/08/11 14:35 Zucchini is abundant during the summer months. Grocery stores are overflowing and Zucchini is super cheap. The local vegetable stands offer small, medium or large “cups” grown fresh in the seller’s garden. I love Zucchini. I always purchase the large “cup”....
Brown Sugar Grilled Chicken Brown Sugar Grilled Chicken By Maggie's Country Kitchen 09/03/11 17:50 Sometimes I become bored with bottled BBQ sauce and sometimes I am just too lazy to make my own. Wanting something different I decided to add a rub to my chicken. I have used this rub in the past on chicken thighs in the oven and scattered green onions...
Yogurt Pie Yogurt Pie By Maggie's Country Kitchen 09/01/11 19:06 The heat here in Georgia has been scorching hot! We wanted dessert. However, I did not want to heat the oven and the house. So I prepared a nice, cool and refreshing dessert. Yogurt Pie. Did I mention healthy too? The first bite wants you to rename it Ice...
Come Back Sauce Come Back Sauce By Maggie's Country Kitchen 08/25/11 02:44 A few nights ago I prepared baked onion rings for dinner and had a taste for something different to dip my rings into. While flipping through the cookbook Sweet Tea and Screen doors, I found a recipe for Come Back Sauce. Where have I been? Under a rock?...
Chocolate Velvet Pound Cake Chocolate Velvet Pound Cake By Maggie's Country Kitchen 08/14/11 23:23 I have never really baked cakes from scratch. Opening a box of cake mix was and is a sure fire way to go at times. My son's 10th birthday is coming up, and we will be out of town on his special day. He will be leaving the single digits and leaping into...
Lentil Curry Soup Lentil Curry Soup By Maggie's Country Kitchen 02/19/11 02:41 I haven't much experience with lentils. They have not landed on my dining room table very often. My lentils have sat in their storage container for some time and I have wondered "What to do" with those lentils. In the mood and really in the "need" for something...
Fiery Angel Hair Pasta Fiery Angel Hair Pasta By Maggie's Country Kitchen 02/17/11 18:54 I decided to join in over at IHCC this week. This week's theme is "Use Your Noodle". The featured Chef is Giada De Laurentiis. After reading through some of her recipes I decided to prepare Fiery Angle Hair Pasta. The recipe uses chili oil, a little cheese,...
Mustard Rubbed Fried Pork Chops Mustard Rubbed Fried Pork Chops By Maggie's Country Kitchen 02/14/11 03:55 Iron skillets just get better with age. Most things do. We have those great, heavy, seasoned iron skillets that are passed down from our Grandmothers and those special to us. I have a few rescue skillets that were resuscitated by cleaning and seasoning...
I heart Biscuits I heart Biscuits By Maggie's Country Kitchen 02/11/11 13:42 I learned how to make biscuits as a young girl, standing beside my Maw Maw. She never measured, and neither did I. We always "eyeballed" it and the results were always wonderful. As the years progressed and life became busy,I left behind Maw Maw's recipe....
Hoppin' John Hopped  onto a Waffle Hoppin' John Hopped onto a Waffle By Maggie's Country Kitchen 02/02/11 03:16 Hoppin' John hopped onto a Waffle! I love black eyed peas served with cornbread. I wanted to dress up my peas and decided to prepare my version of Hoppin' John. Hoppin John is a Southern Dish and there is not one certain way or recipe to prepare this satisfying...
Pork Loin Stuffed with Ham, Swiss and Dill Pickles Pork Loin Stuffed with Ham, Swiss and Dill Pickles By Maggie's Country Kitchen 01/30/11 03:08 I saw this recipe a few weeks ago on television and thought;”Oh my that looks delicious”. I had a pork loin in the freezer and all of the ingredients handy, so today a “star” was born in my kitchen! The original recipe calls to simmer on the stove top covered....
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