Category: Libby’s Recipes & More

Enjoy these favorite recipes from Libby Allen of Latta, S.C., and from our readers. To submit a reader recipe, mail it to Recipes, c/o The Dillon Herald, P.O. Drawer 1288, Dillon, SC 29536, fax it to 843-841-1930, or e-mail it to [email protected] Several reader recipes, other recipes, and food-related news appears in this category.

Cheese Biscuits

This is a rerun of the first recipe I put in my column. It was one of my mother’s signature recipes. So, so good.

Libby’s Recipes: Brown Sugar Cake

0 Brown Sugar Cake 1 box light brown sugar 1 stick margarine (at room temperature) 3 eggs 2 cups self-rising flour 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 cups chopped nuts Mix sugar, margarine and eggs using a mixer. Add flour and vanilla. Stir in nuts by hand. Bake in 9 x 13 pan at 350 degrees about…

Libby’s Recipes: Cheesecake Bars

I have not yet tried this recipe but am told it is good.

Libby’s Recipes: Angie’s Meat Loaf

This week’s recipe comes from my sister’s in-laws in Taylorsville, NC. Judy really like it; she says the topping sets it apart.

Libby’s Recipes: Stew Beef Casserole

Now for this week’s recipe. Per special request by Ricky Taylor, I was asked for casseroles and meat and potato dishes. Enough of the sweets, he said.

Libby’s Recipes: Raisin Nut Pie

How about a fruit pie to start the New Year?

Libby’s Recipes: Creamed Chipped Beef – The Microwave Version

My mother used to make this classic comfort food. This uses an updated method–the microwave.

Just In Time For The Holidays: Crockpot Chocolate Candy

Back by popular demand is this good and easy recipe for chocolate candy.  Just the thing to take to friends you want to remember during the holidays.

Libby’s Recipes: Country Ham

This is the time of year I break down and purchase a country ham – a cured ham. I cook it the way my mother did – on the stovetop in boiling water.

Two Casseroles For Your Holiday Table

Okay, so the news has been on the slim side lately.  But we will be cooking ourselves silly for the upcoming holidays.  These two casseroles will be on both our Thanksgiving and Christmas tables.