i found this great zuke bread recipe in the rocky mountain news, but, it originated in the uncommon gourmet cookbook by ellen helman. i've made it many times over the years and have always had good luck with it. i also like to make muffins out of this batter as well. fill them about 2/3 full and bake about 25 minutes at 350 degrees. bread or muffins freeze really well. i cut down the prep time by grating and freezing 3 cups of zuke's in freezer bags and defrosting as i need them.
this is my most requested cake for birthdays in our family.it came from an old betty crocker dessert cookbook published in 1977. (if you use the banana slices before to put a little lemon juice on them so they don't turn brown)
when you want a salad for the summer that is just a little bit different. but will still complement chicken, hamburgers, hot dogs, sandwiches and all those other summer main dishes try this. i found this on allrecipes.com, 2 years ago and passed it along
blueberry pie is a classic summertime treat. my kids and i go blueberry picking every year and we all love this pie so much i always pick enough extra to freeze and have ingredients for this pie all year long. i think it is the perfect blueberry pie. this
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