Welcome

Thank you for visiting Hillbilly’s Southern Recipes! This Blog is dedicated to bringing you the best of Southern Cookin’ Recipes, some handed down through generations, some tried and true favorites and some new twists on old stand-by’s. So if you’ve been searchin’ for that perfect Southern Dish then you have come to the right place my friend. Thanks to good folks like you, HSR is growing rapidly and I truly hope that you enjoy you’re visit here. For instant notifications when I do an update, subscribe to this blog and for upcomin’ events and special news subscribe to our newsletter. I promise I won’t bug ya too much. If you have any suggestions let me know.

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Most of the recipes on this blog are not my own, I have clipped them from different recipe sharing sites on the web to share with you. If  you see a recipe that belongs to you and you don’t want it shared on this blog please let me know and I will remove it. Alternatively, if you would like to keep the post on here but want your name credited, please send an email to hillbillyssouthernrecipes@gmail.com with proof that it is your recipe and I will be happy to add your name and site. Credit has been given on the recipes that had a name associated with it.

 

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48 thoughts on “Welcome

  1. Becky

    hello ive seen a recipe on your site that i can’t find any more it was a no bake peanut butter oatmeal cookie one,

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    1. Southern Boy Post author

      Hi Becky,

      The owner of that recipe requested that I remove it from the blog. However, if you would provide and email address I would be happy to send it to you :)

      Thanks

      Tim

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      1. Christie riley

        I would also like the recipe for no bake peanut butter oatmeal
        Cookies. Thank you. Christie

      2. Samantha Pekar

        Who claimed to own the no bake chocolate, peanut butter cookie?

        I am 66 years old and my grandmother, born in 1900, taught me to make those cookies when I was 9 or 10 years old, 1956 or 57.

        Also, you will find it published; in the majority of those cookbooks put together by various groups and sold for fund raisers.

        Anybody claiming ownership of that recipe better be about 100 years old because it’s been around at least that long or longer.

    2. Donna

      Becky that cookie is called simply no bakes or haystacks and there is chocolate and different kinds. All you have to do is search the web asking for no bake cookies. I hope that it isn’t to late to help you

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  2. Del Rose

    Becky, I am an American living in the UK, turned to your food by my sister. I too, would like the recipe for no bake peanut/oatmeal cookies. Many thx

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  3. Martha Suell

    Last weekend, on Friday, May 31 there was a zucchini cake posted, & on Sunday, June 1 there was a lemon icebox pie posted! Would you plz email.me these recipes? Thx so much!

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  4. Dave

    I am looking for a recipe for blueberry/sage water. It was on a page with about for different drinks to try. I cannot find it but posted it on my page while I was in Afghanistan, saying that I wanted to try it when I got home. My email is hookdriver69@yahoo.com. Thank you. Heavy D

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  5. Tina

    i am tryin to find the bonless chicken wrapped in bacon and turned in brown sugar…i have looked on facebook for it and on here also….

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    1. Southern Boy Post author

      Janice: No, that is someone else, my Facebook Page is https://www.facebook.com/rednecksredneckandcountryrecipes?ref=hl

      Loretta: You are more than welcome btu the thanks goes to you and all the other readers and followers!!

      Tina: I think I have one of those, let me look and I will post it as soon as I find it :)

      Dave: I will search all of my sources for that drink and THANK YOU for serving our country!!!!

      Janet: Thank you for visiting!!

      Martha: I need a return email address and thank you for visiting as well!!

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  6. Kevin

    I became the cook in my family when my wife suffered multiple strokes and my parents, both with dementia, moved in with us. I had just a few recipes, basically I just ordered out and reheated. But now I can cook! Thanks for such simple and delicious recipes. Love your Facebook page!

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    1. Southern Boy Post author

      Thank YOU Kevin, for visiting and enjoying the recipes. There’s gonna be a BIG update in the next few days so keep an eye out. Lot’s more great recipes and an update to the site itself. Also, thanks so much for visiting my FB Page!

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  7. Suzi

    I am trying to find the recipe for the Unstuffed Cabbage Rolls? I had it on my timeline on Facebook and now it is gone, I have all the ingredients, now I just need the recipe!

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    1. Southern Boy Post author

      Here ya go Suzi :)

      1 head cabbage
      1 1/4 lbs lean hamburger (90% lean)
      3/4 cup uncooked white rice (not instant I recommend Uncle Ben’s)
      1 egg
      2 (6 ounce) cans tomato paste
      1 (15 ounce) can tomato sauce
      4 tablespoons sugar
      1 small sweet onion
      salt & pepper

      Chop cabbage into pieces, par-boil until almost tender.
      2
      Remove, rinse with cold water.
      3
      Drain well.
      4
      Mix all of ingredients EXCEPT tomato sauce.
      5
      Grease casserole dish.
      6
      Place 1/2 can of tomato sauce on bottom of dish.
      7
      Spread half of cooked cabbage over sauce, then layer all of meat mixture over cabbage, cover meat with the rest of cabbage, pour rest of tomato sauce over cabbage.
      8
      Bake 325°F in covered dish for 1 hour 15 minutes.
      9
      Let stand for 15 minutes before serving.
      10
      This is the basic recipe–you can add more of whatever you like.

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  8. Danielle

    can you please help?? I am looking for an oven baked apple recipe. I saw one with brown sugar that looked good.. I have 5 apples and want to do something with them…. thanks so much!

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  9. joyce bridges

    I am looking for a recipe that i saw on your timeline wall that was called Buttermilk Pie,, it had nutmeg eggs, flour, sugar, butter, eggs and sugar in it, i made it and it was good, and it didnt have lemon juice or zest in it, it was from an old , old recipe someone posted on your timeline, can you help, i was going to make a few this week for friends?
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