BAKED CHICKEN BREASTS
Basic, quick, easy and really, really good. A moist and tender chicken dish.
BASIC BEST SALMON LOAF
A great, old-fashioned salmon loaf recipe. If you like salmon patties, you’ll like salmon loaf.
CROUTON BREADED CHICKEN
This hand-written recipe was found scribbled down in one of Mama Peggy’s notebooks after her death.
CHICKEN AND DUMPLINGS (MY SISTER EDITH’S RECIPE)
Home made chicken and dumplings. This is how they made them in the old days. A recipe from Edith Chaney Millwood.
CHICKEN AND DUMPLINGS (PEGGY’S RESTAURANT WAY)
“None of our customers at Peggy’s Restaurant seemed to care that the dumplings were made with pasta dumplings.”
CHICKIN’ LICKIN’ PORK CHOPS
“My Late sister Dot ‘Sis’ (as we called her) brought this recipe to me when she lived in Atlanta. It is really good!”
CREAMY CHEESE GRITS & SPINACH
“This is a new recipe. I hope you will try it! I would never have thought I would like spinach in grits, but I do!”
CROCK POT BEEF STEW
A scrumptious beef stew recipe you can make in your crock pot when you don’t have time to linger in the kitchen. Just throw the ingredients.
CROCK POT CHICKEN
There are countless ways to cook chicken. Some are quick and easy, but they almost always make chicken that’s too dry.
FRESH CORN CAKES
If you’ve never had fresh corn cakes, you’re in for a treat. For dinner, they’re nice with some fresh fruit salad and ham.
MY MAMA’S SALMON PATTIES
“Simple but delicious! I have a very funny story about my sweet sister, Lucille and frying salmon patties that I will post later.”
OLD FASHIONED MEATLOAF
The beauty of a great meat loaf is often its simplicity, and Mama Peggy’s meatloaf was legendary. An old-fashioned recipe.
PEGGY’S RESTAURANT LIVERMUSH BISCUIT
Everyone wondered why the livermush biscuits at Peggy’s tasted better than anywhere else. The answer might surprise you. You can make your own.
You’ll find pepper steak on a lot of plates in the South. It’s such a quick, easy dish that no recipe collection is complete without it.
SOUTHERN STEWED POTATOES
Served with cornbread and blackeyed peas, stewed potatoes were a real treat from any proper old Southerner’s childhood.
SPINACH LASAGNA ROLL-UPS
This is one of those recipes that you might not think you’ll like until you try it. But once you do, you’ll be glad you did!
STUFFED BELL PEPPERS
A classic American dish (and a Peggy’s Restaurant favorite) that you don’t often find in restaurants (unless it’s a cafeteria).
THAT’S NA-CHO CASSEROLE!
This is a YUMMY casserole if you love Mexican food. It’s been a favorite of my family for years! And that’s from a Southern family!