Pineapple Cake

Here’s another guess at what this is, but I’m a little more confident this time. This looks like a recipe for pineapple cake, or even pineapple upside down cake if you take a little effort. A little history, of course, because that is what I do heh. The first pineapple packing house was built in … Continue reading

Rye Bread (I think)

This is a well worn, well loved recipe that I believe is for rye bread. That is a guess because of the use of rye flour, but if you know differently, please let me know! I love when a recipe is beaten up, stained, and obviously well used. It tells me that it’s a good one. … Continue reading

Raisin Nut Filling

Here we have a second nut filling, this time with raisins. This sounds like you might want to put it in a sweet roll, like a cinnamon nut roll or something like that. Yum. Raisin Nut Filling 1 c chopped walnuts 1/2 c chopped raisins 1/3 c firm packed brown sugar 1 egg 3 T … Continue reading

Chocolate Corn Flake Macaroons

When I think of “macaroons” I think of coconut. Historically, macaroons were made with almond paste, nuts or coconut flakes. There are regional varieties using almond flour, egg whites (like a meringue), and even mashed potatoes. North American macaroons are more generally made with coconut, but you can also find them like this one, with … Continue reading

Apples in Batter

My mouth is watering, how about yours? Apples in batter sounds  a lot like a cake of some kind and I bet it is delicious. Of course, I love apple desserts. I bet once this is baked you could top it with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream, and maybe some caramel sauce. Mmmmmmm. * … Continue reading