Macaroni Salad

Carol Anne Simpson 2 cups dry macaroni 2 Tbsp salad oil 2 Tbsp vinegar 1 Tbsp minced onion 1/4 tsp seasoned pepper 1 cup diced Cheddar cheese 1/2 cup mayonnaise 1 cup diced celery Cook macaroni according to directions; do not chill! While still hot drizzle with oil and vinegar. Add onion and seasonings and … Continue reading Macaroni Salad


Edna’s Tomato Sauce

  Edna Matthews Liggin Picture and Recipe provided by Molly Liggin Rankin 8 cups (approx) peeled and diced tomatoes 4 lbs sugar 2 large onions, diced 4 medium bell peppers, diced 2 tsp salt 2 cups vinegar (white or apple cider) Add a little water (maybe a cup) to start and then simmer uncovered for 1 … Continue reading Edna’s Tomato Sauce

Layered Salad

Mrs. Johnny W. Thomas 1 head lettuce, broken up 1/2 jar Baco's 10 oz. frozen peas (not cooked) Lawry's salad seasoning, sprinkled on carrots, grated 1 cup real mayonnaise Layer the above ingredients; spread mayonnaise over entire top of salad to the edge in Tupperware bowl. Sprinkle Parmesan cheese on top; seal. Do not toss! … Continue reading Layered Salad

Guacamole Salad

Mayela Haydar 1 medium firm black bumpy avocado 1 green chili pepper (use canned) 1/2 onion, finely chopped 1 tomato, chopped 2 cups lettuce Mix and Add: dash of salt 1 tsp lemon juice a little chili sauce Mix again.    

Fruit Salad

Opal Bush Spearsville, LA 1 can peach pie filling 1 can chunk pineapple, drained 1 can mandarin oranges, drained 4 bananas, sliced 1 package frozen strawberries or 1 pint fresh strawberries In large bowl mix all fruit together. Pour peach pie filling over the fruit and stir until mixed; chill before serving. Keeps under refrigeration … Continue reading Fruit Salad


This organ has about the same nutritional value as liver. Buy it when you can; it is  inexpensive. Use liver recipes to prepare it, in each instance replacing the liver with the spleen.