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Featured Cookbook

Southern Home Cooking

Editor: Carolyn Vernon

My late grandmother taught me everything about cooking. When I was a child, I would watch my granny cook just about every meal. The chicken-n-dumplings, meatloaf, on down to cakes. I want to continue her legacy by providing the most delicious southern meals ever.

Featured Recipe

Hammies

By Carolyn Vernon

Ingredients:
1 – Pack of ham of your choice
1 – Pack of Philadelphia cream cheese
1 – Pack of fresh green onions
1 – Box of tooth picks
Small cutting knife
Small bowl
Directions:
Mix together the Philadelphia cream cheese and green onions (diced). You may add as many as green onions to your liking.

On a cutting board or plate, lay one piece of ham or as many as you’d like. One piece of ham makes 5- 6 pieces of hammies.

Spread the Philadelphia cream cheese and diced onions onto each piece of ham. Roll the ham with the fixings and then cut each piece of ham into 5 -6 pieces. Use your toothpicks to hold each piece of hammie together.

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