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Low Country Boil for cold winter nights

By   /  February 2, 2013  /  IN THE KITCHEN WITH ELAINE  /  Comments Off

Tweet     Are you suffering from the winter blues? Have a beach party! Invite some friends, have a little fun and lift someone else’s spirits! I think we all get a little cabin fever in the winter. Decorate your table with bright colors, add some raw grits for sand and use some sea shells, [...]

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In the Kitchen With Elaine: Another Hearty Soup!

By   /  January 12, 2013  /  IN THE KITCHEN WITH ELAINE  /   Comments

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Tweet Even though the last couple of days have felt like spring It IS still winter and more cold weather is on the way south! So here is another hearty soup to get you through those old days ahead! Taco Soup 2 pounds of ground beef 3 cans Mexican tomatoes (Rotel) 1 can pinto beans [...]

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In the Kitchen with Elaine: Hearty Soups for Cold Weather

By   /  January 5, 2013  /  In The Kitchen, IN THE KITCHEN WITH ELAINE, Uncategorized  /   Comments

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Tweet by Elaine Barrett Now that winter is finally here it’s time for a hot bowl of hearty soup for dinner. This recipe has quite a few ingredients but the cooking part of making dinner is really pretty simple. Hope you enjoy this soup! Shrimp-Corn Chowder

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In the Kitchen With Elaine: Soup

By   /  December 1, 2012  /  IN THE KITCHEN WITH ELAINE  /   Comments

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Tweet These cool temperatures make most of us want some hearty soup for lunch or dinner. Here’s a fairly simple one to prepare ahead of time!

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In the Kitchen with Elaine

By   /  November 24, 2012  /  IN THE KITCHEN WITH ELAINE  /   Comments

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Tweet by Elaine Barrett Most of us still have turkey in the fridge this cool Saturday morning but we may be running out of things to accompany the left-over bird. So here are a couple of vegetable recipes that are fairly simple to prepare and maybe you’ve never even tried one of them! Enjoy!

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In the Kitchen With Elaine: Dessert!

By   /  November 17, 2012  /  IN THE KITCHEN WITH ELAINE  /   Comments

Tweet by Elaine Barrett With Thanksgiving being just a few days away, it’s time to make the final preparations for the “bird” and all the trimmings. Dessert is an important part of any big meal like most of us will be enjoying this week. Pumpkin pie, sweet potato pie and pecal pie are all favorites [...]

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In The Kitchen With Elaine: Asparagus Souffle’ and Baked Rice

By   /  November 10, 2012  /  IN THE KITCHEN WITH ELAINE, Uncategorized  /   Comments

Tweet Here’s a couple of easy to prepare side dishes for the holidays, company, Sunday dinner or just any other meal where there are other things to prepare. This can cook in the over while you get other things ready to go! Asparagus Souffle’ 1 can asparagus (diced) with juice 1 can cream of mushroom soup [...]

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In The Kitchen With Elaine: Breakfast Muffins

By   /  November 3, 2012  /  IN THE KITCHEN WITH ELAINE  /   Comments

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Tweet Thanksgiving will be here before we know it and with all the cooking we seem to have to do on Thanksgiving Day, here’s a simple recipe for breakfast muffins which can be cooked ahead of time and frozen until the morning you need them!

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In The Kitchen With Elaine: Special Touches

By   /  October 27, 2012  /  IN THE KITCHEN WITH ELAINE  /   Comments

Tweet (Editor’s Note: Elaine is on hiatus for a few weeks so we are including recipes by Elaine which can be found in her cookbook, “In the Kitchen With Elaine) As we begin to get into the holidays in South Georgia, usually we have lots of parties or dinners to attend, some of which we [...]

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In the Kitchen with Elaine: Fresh Apple Cake

By   /  October 13, 2012  /  IN THE KITCHEN WITH ELAINE  /   Comments

Tweet   Fall is apple time. Nothing smells better in the fall than apples and spice. I have fond memories of apple picking times in the Georgia mountains in the fall. Hot apple cider with a cinnamon stick in it, so warming. There are so many kinds of apples: reds, golds, greens, tart, sweet, crisp [...]

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