after a recent move, with all that unpacking,, i came across a perpetual calendar from gooseberry patch that i'd stuffed in a drawer quite awhile ago. we moved to wv during a really hot spell (temps over 100* for many days). so you can imagine, on july 18th, when this was the "every day" highlight, how glad we were to have this cooool recipe on hand! easy (as pie!!) and extremely refreshing summer dessert. makes 2 pies. prep time does not include thawing time--but on a hot summer day--thawing doesn't take more than a drive home from the grocery store! cooking time includes freezing time. plan ahead!!! the hard part is waiting for them to "set" ... so ... go jump through the sprinkler!!!
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from a taste of switzerland. definitely comfort food! potatoes, cheese,and bacon- who could ask for more! the original recipe calls for rass cheese, which is a very pungent semi hard cheese. if you can't find it, use another semi hard cheese.
i found this recipe on a website for parents. the original was for the actual whoopie pies, but i am too lazy for all of that. i altered a little and made a cake out of it. it is awesome and so worth the work. note: use real butter, makes it much bette
this is the best way i've ever eaten hot dogs. my mom made it for my family growing up and i still love it. try it with mashed potatoes so the sauce can be used as gravy. the longer you simmer it, the better it tastes!
these really are so delicious, folks. they’re almost like little “meatloaf balls”, with a lot more flavorful surface area than a big slice of meatloaf. and the sauce is just a classic sweet/sour ketchup concoction and it makes you think of grandma. my kid
this has become an absolute holiday favorite. it is possibly the most delicious pie i've ever tasted, and not even that difficult to make. you can vary the types of berries easily, but i find a mix of blackberries and raspberries tastes best.
a spectacular garden summer treat that is very healthy and delicious. blackberries are preferred, but you can use any typ berries. using honey keeps it clean eating, but you can opt for sugar or splenda if you prefer.
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