I have heard Angel Food Cake called the opposite of Devil’s Food Cake – one is light and airy, the other dark and rich – but I have never heard of Heavenly Food Cake. Google thinks this should be a recipe for Angel Cake, so I’m guessing this is a new one for most of … Continue reading
This particular cake recipe was provided by Mrs. Rosenberg. I realized early on how recipe sharing was really an early form of social networking. Think about it. Before current technology (the kind that allows you to read this anywhere in the world on multiple types of devices!), handwritten communication was really the only way to … Continue reading
This typed up recipe card was taped into a book. Hopefully there isn’t anything on the back side because it would have ripped either the book or the card to remove it. But, it seems like a complete recipe for an interesting pudding fruit salad. I don’t know if you would put this in a … Continue reading
Summer is coming and this sounds like a light and fruity drink for a cookout or party. Oddly enough, I can’t find the back of this card. It has been a lot time since I scanned it, and I think it was taped down on the page. Any guesses as to other directions? It seems … Continue reading
I’m not really sure what this one would be like. Fruit cocktail is good. Cake is good. But together? I also wonder if the fruit should be left chunky, or since fruit cocktail fruit pieces are relatively soft if they should be blended. The recipe isn’t clear there. What would you do? I think I’d … Continue reading
Several years ago I posted about Lemon Sherbert – at which time I learned it is sherbet, not sherbert lol. Today’s sherbet recipe is for a strawberry banana combination that includes orange juice. This would be a sweet and fruity concoction especially good for summer, as titled.
I do have a problem. Several, really lol. But one of my biggest problems is that I have both a great memory but am forgetful. I can remember the exact clothing I was wearing when I met my husband 19 years ago, but I often can’t remember if I have used a recipe or not. … Continue reading