Easter Eggs – Cherry

Continuing in the Easter traditions, here is a recipe for cherry flavored chocolate eggs. I remember the fancy ones we bought through school fundraisers and the like, they were pretty good, like an extra giant sized nougat from See’s. Many had a sugar paste flower on top. This particular recipe is for the cherry flavored … Continue reading

Cherry Dessert again

Here’s another take on cherry dessert that is clearly lacking detail! My notes below, again. Cherry Dessert Place pie filling in bottom of 9×13 pan. Add white cake mix and nuts Slivers of oleo on top Bake 350 – 45 minutes 1 can cherry pie filling 1 box white cake mix 1/2 c chopped nuts … Continue reading

Cherry Dessert

This recipe is leaving me stymied. Is it complete? It sure seems like something is missing, however perhaps that is due to the way the cook wrote her notes to herself. Reading the recipe aloud it makes a bit more sense. I will add my interpretation below the recipe. The top may be like a … Continue reading

Cheese Cake (Carol)

I think I might need to make a category for cheese cake because it sure seems like everyone has a recipe for it and they all sound good! This particular recipe has you leave the cake in the oven once it is baked, allowing it to cool slowly and not crack the smooth top. Cheese … Continue reading

Cherry Sauce (Mabel Haas)

Well, this brings us to the last recipe from our little Farmer’s Record book. Some of these recipes have been really interesting, some not so much. I hope you read my post about the bread & butter pickles that my daughter and I made a week ago from the recipe in this book. They are … Continue reading

1-2-3 Pastry

No tedious sifting, friends, just dip a dry (did you hear that? DRY!) nested measuring cup into the bag of flour. What’s that? You need several cups of flour and would like to use something other than a dry nested measuring cup? I don’t know…Betty, what say you? Betty? Are you there? First question, who … Continue reading

Brandied Fruit

This is a progressive recipe, in that you make it over several weeks. I imagine that you would need quite a large jar to accommodate adding the fruit over time. The recipe also says to not refrigerate this, but I would at the bare minimum keep it stored in a cool place, like my garage … Continue reading