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Gooseberry Crunch

From Champaign, OH

<p>A common use for gooseberries!</p>
Source: Gingerich Farm Products
Servings: About 6
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Grain Free Oven Fried Chicken Livers

From Dothan, Alabama

<p>Chicken livers breaded with coconut flour and seasonings and baked. I made these pretty spicy but you can adjust the seasonings however you want. I used a Big Boss countertop oven but it should work fine in a regular oven.</p>
Source: Patty Donovan
Servings: 4
Ingredient keywords: Chicken, Coconut, Salt, Paprika, Italian, Parsley, Red, Black, Garlic, Olive
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Grandma Betty's Squash Casserol

From Russellville Community Market

<p>Used for years by Angella&#8217;s grandmother to help use all of the squash gathered from the family garden, this recipe has been in her family for over 85 years (with some modifactions of course)</p>
Source: Angella's grandmother
Servings: 4 to 6 hungry folks, or 10 to 12 dieters
Ingredient keywords: squash, sour, cheese, egg, onion, soup, butter
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Grandma Nellie's Buttermilk Cornbread

From Augusta Locally Grown

<p>My grandmother made the best cornbread in the world. When I was sick, she would make me &#8216;cornsticks&#8217; for breakfast loaded with her home-churned butter. This is not your typical sweet southern cornbread. I love it with soup, beans, and often crumble it into a big glass of cold milk for breakfast or lunch.</p> Vegetarian!
Source: Nellie Mae Roe, Camp Dix, KY (1901-1989)
Servings: 12
Ingredient keywords: Plain
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Grandma Nellie's Buttermilk Dumplings

From Augusta Locally Grown

<p>I love dumplings of all kinds and from all cultures, but my all-time favorite were the buttermilk dumplings my Grandmother made. These dumplings are fluffy on the outsides and chewy in the middle. This is a high yield recipe so use a large diameter pot to provide room to allow all your dumplings to float and simmer.</p> Vegetarian!
Source: Nellie Mae Roe, Camp Dix, KY (1901-1989)
Servings: I usually end up with 15-20 large fluffy dumplings.
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Grandma Pullins' Black Raspberry Pie

From Champaign, OH

<p>Grandma Pullins is known for her excellent pies. As the matriarch of a large family she easily makes 10 pies for a family dinner!</p>
Source: Grandma Pullins
Servings: 6-8 slices depending on how hungry you are!
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Grandma's Tomatoes

From Miami County Locally Grown

<p>This is a great recipe for Home Grown Tomatoes.</p> Vegetarian!
Source: McGuffey Herb & Spice Co.
Servings: Serves 4, as a side dish.
Ingredient keywords: Tomatoe, Olive, Dressing, Parmesan
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Grapefruit, Walnut, and Feta Salad

From Statesboro Market2Go

<p>A delicious seasonal salad that combines the flavors of several local products! You can also substitute the grapefruit with oranges or walnuts with pecans. Please consider leaving a picture or comment if you decide to try this recipe!</p>
Source: (modified slightly)
Servings: 4
Ingredient keywords: grapefruit, citrus, oil, lettuce, feta, walnut, pecan
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Gravy Every Day

From Farm Where Life is Good

<p>We eat a lot of gravy&#8230;it is a simple one-pan way to make up something flavorful and then just add a protein and top a starch or greens. This recipe is where we start, and modify the herbs as cravings direct.</p> Vegetarian! Vegan!
Source: Invented
Servings: 2-4
Ingredient keywords: mushroom, onion, garlic, wine, parsley, sage
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Great Depression Honey + Vinegar Pie Recipe

From South Cumberland Farmer's Market

<p>Don&#8217;t be fooled by its name. Vinegar pie has a custard-like filling that&#8217;s sweet and tangy. It rests inside a flaky pie crust and the gets topped with whipped cream, honey, and cinnamon.</p> <p>When the Great Depression hit, American bakers, cooks, house wives were at a loss. With the price of lemons on the rise, pie devotees searched for tangy substitutes to sweet pies, and the vinegar pie was born. So they had to get creative when cooking with limited ingredients. Vinegar was used in flavoring pies since the 19th century in the North and Midwest. It provided a tart flavor for desserts when fruits like apples and lemons were not available. It was very popular in Kansas. I recall eating honey vinegar pie growing up in Eastern Tennessee/Western North Carolina.</p> Vegetarian!
Source: Cline Family Recipe Book
Servings: 8 servings
Ingredient keywords: eggs, vinegar, vanilla, butter, sugar, honey, salt
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