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Favorite Family Recipes | Spring 2006 Out Here Magazine

The best recipes are those passed along as family favorites

Photography by John Walker
Food styling by Whitney Kemp

Lazy weekends are the perfect time for a leisurely brunch. Surprise your family with these dishes sure to lure them to the table.

Cheesy Brunch Casserole

Jeanne McGinty of Dothan, AL, uses breakfast basics — eggs and ham — to whip up a rib-sticking, tasty casserole.

How to Make Cheesy Brunch Casserole

Fruit Scones

Dick and Pam Matthews, owners and operators of the Hummingbird Inn, in Goshen, VA, (which has been featured in Out Here) feed their guests well, as this recipe proves.


"These can be served at breakfast, brunch, or afternoon tea," Pam writes.

How To Make Fruit Scones

Fruit Coolers

C.J. Davis of the Oakland community, TN, prefers fruit drinks with a bit of a kick. And, as an added taste, she recommends, freeze ice cubes made of lemonade the night before to serve in this drink.

How To Make Fruit Coolers

Berries in a Cloud

Janice Spicer, of Cincinnati, Ohio, prefers this recipe with fresh fruit, but she enjoys it year 'round with frozen berries if fresh ones are not in season.

How To Make Berries In A Cloud