Sample recipes from The Taste of Country Cooking

Corn Pone

Easy to make and tasty, too, this Corn Pone recipe is one that your family will love! The versatile dish can be served as a snack or appetizer just about any time of the day. While you can certainly eat the corn pone on its own, you can also top it with honey, butter, or maple syrup for a truly delicious treat or snack. You can also serve this recipe with just about any main course, including this recipe for Boiled Virginia Ham by the recipe's author. As this recipe uses a number of ingredients you likely already have in your pantry, you can even make this corn pone recipe today!

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Rhubarb Pie

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Spoon Bread

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Boiled Virginia Ham

It is said that pigs were brought to Virginia from England during the 1600s, and the meat developed soon became one of the most popular meats in the cookery of the region. Perhaps it is the acorns, peach pits, peanuts, corn, and maybe some truffles found in the oak forest of Virginia, plus the smoked hickory cure taught by the Virginian Indians, that has given the Virginia ham the delicious flavor for which it is famous.

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Fresh Peach Cobbler with Nutmeg Sauce

Traditionally in Freetown, we always made a lattice top, rather than a regular top crust for peach cobbler. It was the great hot fruit d...

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Parker House Rolls

The cooks of Freetown loved making yeast bread. Rolls were particularly good for sopping up sauces or gravies from the braised rabbits, ...

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