Aunt Betty’s Famous Ham Dressing - Weekend Potluck 346

A virtual recipe swap with dozens of new recipes from some of the TOP recipe creators online and on Pinterest!

Well, ain't this something?! I got excited last week because the recipe with the most views (our featured recipe) was from a friend and fellow South Carolina gal, and dang if that isn't the case this week too!

Last week y'all met Mary and this week I'm tickled to introduce you to my friend, Julia of Julia's Simply Southern! Julia's recipe for Aunt Betty's Famous Ham Dressing is our feature this week! You will love Julia's recipes and down-home approach to cooking!

That dressing was one of my votes for a personal favorite last week and so was this Bourbon Chocolate Pecan Pie - have mercy, that looks good!!

A virtual recipe swap with dozens of new recipes from some of the TOP recipe creators online and on Pinterest!

Check out some of the highlights from last week's Weekend Potluck (including the Blueberry Cornbread and No-Bake Cherry Jello Dessert!) then scroll down to see all the recipes this week!

The recipe with the most clicks was...

Aunt Betty’s Famous Ham Dressing by Julia’s Simply Southern

Recipes that caught our attention...

Blueberry Cornbread by Food Meanderings

Bourbon Chocolate Pecan Pie by No Plate Like Home

Featured Hostess Recipe...

No-Bake Cherry Jell-O Dessert by The Country Cook

Your Hostesses...

The Country Cook ~ Brandie

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I can tell you now 1) I have no idea if you can substitute Minute Rice or brown rice in my recipes because I’ve never used them and 2) If I know how to convert a recipe to a Crock Pot version, I will make a note about it (otherwise, I don’t know).

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