From Mrs J. F. Frehler Jr in West Allison, we have NRA Refrigerator Pudding. I don’t think “NRA” in this context means National Rifle Association. It is more likely to mean National Recovery Agency aka the New Deal, passed under President Franklin Roosevelt in 1933. It was designed to help normalize prices and wages during … Continue reading →
A pudding isn’t necessarily what Americans picture when someone says “pudding.” A traditional “figgy pudding” of Christmas carol fame is more like a fruit cake, and I have a recipe for an upside down pudding that really is a self-saucing cake. However, this pudding sounds like it might actually be a molded pudding, with consistence … Continue reading →
I am pretty sure these two recipes are supposed to work together. There aren’t actually any peanuts in the top recipe, and the lower one references chopped peanuts, so there you go. They don’t seem to be a peanut butter cookie (which is one of my weaknesses), but are in fact a sugar cookie topped … Continue reading →
These days we don’t use uncooked eggs in icing, it just isn’t done what with all the fears of salmonella and other icky things, but you cannot beat the light and airy texture that can be obtained with an egg. I wouldn’t make this icing simply because of the egg, even with the chocolate being … Continue reading →
Bourbon Balls (Gram) 3 cups ground vanilla wafers (one 12 ounce box) 3 teaspoons cocoa 3 teaspoons white Karo 3/8 cup bourbon 1 cup powdered sugar Mix together, press into balls with hands, and roll in powdered sugar. Makes 3 dozen . Better if made ahead, so ingredients have time to blend.