Today’s recipe comes from Martha Randall, a Home Economist for the Ralph’s grocery store chain in California during the 60s and 70s. Ms Randall wrote some cookbooks while employed by Ralph’s and you can find some of them on eBay. Of course in this recipe it specifically calls for Ralph’s branded items and while the … Continue reading →
Isn’t interesting how certain flavors go together, but on their face you might not think they would? Spinach, bacon and mushrooms might not sound like something you want to put together, but I bet this is delicious. I’d probably add some feta cheese and you could also throw in some sliced grape tomatoes, if you … Continue reading →
The recipe for Philly Frosting would work nicely on the top of this cake. It seems like it could be dry or not have a lot of flavoring because it is literally dates & nuts together. Often you see cinnamon or other spices in a date cake. This is going to be a white cake … 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.