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Favorite Family Recipes | Fall 2005 Out Here Magazine

The best recipes are those passed along as family favorites

Photography by John Walker

Food styling by Whitney Kemp

Terry's Salsa Meatloaf

When Terry Oglesby, of Nashville, TN, noticed a meatloaf recipe on the back of a salsa jar, she jumped at the chance to try a different version of a traditional American dish.


She followed the recipe loosely while improving and modifying it to fit her family's palate. She added wheat germ — "The wheat germ helps hold it together, but you can't even taste it" — more salsa, and she occasionally substitutes ground turkey for ground beef. Terry has passed her recipe on to family and friends, and they love it, too.

How To Make Terry's Salsa Meatloaf

Sweet Onion Casserole

"This recipe is truly a favorite of our family," writes Judy Robinson, of Bowling Green, Ohio. "We grow a lot of sweet onions and this is an easy-to-prepare recipe with a mild onion flavor. Delicious!"

How To Make Sweet Onion Casserole

Homemade Salad Dressing

"If you've ever tried a fresh-made salad dressing, you know that there is nothing store-bought that can compare," writes Tonya Young, of Franklin, TN. "When I first tasted this dressing, it was with my husband's family who made it for a Sunday lunch salad, drizzled over freshly broken Romaine lettuce. They had improvised it by adding more lemon and the fresh, lemony taste was so wonderful, I had to get the recipe. Now I make it all the time because in addition to having such a great flavor, it takes about 3 minutes to make. It's so worth it!


"You can use it over a simple green salad, a salad with fresh garden vegetables added, or with strawberries and Parmesan cheese over greens."

How To Make Homemade Salad Dressing

Aunt Berline's Pecan Pie

Joyce Shelley-Baz says her Aunt Berline created a different kind of pecan pie because her aunt's mother — Joyce's grandmother — loved pecans but didn't like corn syrup. Her grandmother loved the new concoction, along with everyone else in the family.


That was 30 years ago, and the pie is as popular now as it was then. "I've passed this recipe out to everybody in the neighborhood. People call and ask for it," Joyce says. "It's the best pecan pie in the whole world."


Easy, too. "It's so simple to make," she says, "and simply out of this world."

How To Make Aunt Berline's Pecan Pie