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Favorite Family Recipes | Summer 2007 Out Here Magazine

The best recipes are those passed along as family favorites

Photography by Mark Mosrie
Food styling by Whitney Kemp

The Deep South has a cuisine style all its own, with bold flavors and home-style cooking. These recipes from our readers will bring a little of the Southern flavor to your own home.

Jimmy Sanders of Rosharon, Texas, whose recipes are the first three featured, is carrying on a tasty family tradition.

"My grandmother was born and raised in Louisiana and she passed her cooking on to my mom and aunts. They are all great cooks," he says.


Grandma's Red Beans & Rice


How To Make Grandma's Red Beans & Rice




Georgia Corn Bread


Marjorie Chase, of Booneville, MS, isn't sure why this recipe is called corn bread — there's no corn meal in it. No matter.


"It's easy to fix and it's fast," she says. "And you already have the ingredients at home, so you don't have to go shopping for anything."

How To Make Georgia Corn Bread

Fresh Cabbage Salad


Sharon L. Williams of Manchester, TN, took her sister-in-law's recipe and improvised to create this dish. "I've taken it to a lot of potlucks and reunions, and it's a crowd pleaser," she says.


How To Make Fresh Cabbage Salad