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Dueling JezebelsSoutherners are, by nature, opinionated about their food, which is why you'll find so many variations of popular recipes like Jezebel Sauce in community cookbooks. The origins of this pineapple-and-horseradish-spiked party favorite are linked to the Gulf Coast, and its name to Queen Jezebel, the biblical bad girl who inspired the eponymous 1938 film starring Bette Davis as a bold and saucy Southern belle.
From Savory & Sage by the Tallahassee Garden Club.
Blue & White's Chicken SaladClever cookbook committees could often woo coveted recipes from local cafes and restaurants. Birmingham's Blue & White Cafe closed years ago, but its chicken salad still receives rave reviews whenever it's served. Honeycup Uniquely Sharp Mustard is essential to the unique flavor, so no subs, please! From The Collection, an Anniversary Cookbook by Mountain Brook Baptist Church.
Chicken Salad ExotiqueDuring the halcyon days of department store tearooms, the basic makings of this staple took an adventurous turn. The change was duly noted in community cookbooks. Here, we re-create four cosmopolitan favorites to pair with our Summer Sangria Salad.
Summer Sangria SaladOnce upon a time, smart suburban hostesses considered a shimmering, fruit-filled gelatin ring perfect make-ahead party fare. Rediscover the glories with this modern interpretation.
Big Easy Barbecue ShrimpCreated in 1954 at Pascal's Manale Italian restaurant in New Orleans, Barbecue Shrimp soon became a spiral-bound classic. The seasonings may vary, but it's always served with a crusty loaf of French bread for soaking up the buttery sauce. This recipe, from Elizabeth Ross of Dallas, first ran to rave reviews in our September 2006 issue.