My mom's award-winning corn pie! This is such a GREAT variation on traditional corn side dishes. This recipe is ALWAYS requested, so be prepared. Don't skimp on the cracker crumbs - I go heavy on them in the recipe - and this is truly the best when you use butter-flavored crackers (Club crackers or similar) - just not the same w/ saltine-type crackers. Enjoy this! I usually always double this recipe and make two pies, 'cuz everyone takes seconds (and thirds!) This also is simple to make ahead, then just bake when you're ready - perfect for after church or when you're in a hurry!
These sound and look so good! I can't wait to try them! They wont the first place cookie prize at the Mayfest baking festival!! YUM!! I guessed at the yield, because the recipe doesnt say how many it makes
This quick and easy recipe was my winning entry in RSC #5. This dish is colorful and a southwest spin on pizza. It is very spicy with the chipotles and the jalapeño cheese. I served it with a green salad and simple dessert. Update: Since several reviewers were having trouble with the crust, I tried this again & agree that two cans of crescent rolls would be an improvement in order to not stretch the dough so thin. I have also made this on a pizza crust & into quesadillas and liked those options too. I hope you enjoy my spicy creation!
My mom found this "contest winning recipe" in the local newspaper in the '70's and I've enjoyed this recipe since. It's very comforting and kid-friendly the way the fried onions blend with the creamy filling. It's something I make for the flavor and not because it is so easy!
This won 1st place in the cakes division at the Mayfest festival. I've made it a couple of times and it is soooo good!! If you let the cake set with the frosting on it for a little while the frosting gets hard and crunchy, i love it that way!!
Originally titled Simon's PB Pie isn't heavy and has a subtle PB flavor. My 81 year old dad won 1st Place with this recipe in the Cream Pie division/State Fair of Texas, approx/1976. Sharing his sense of humor, I asked how he wanted to be recognized: He replied, "Master Chef Guillome Henri Gaston Siber. but I do respond to either "My Dad," or Bill Sybert." Recipe shared by Mae Murrell of Houston, Texas, many years ago.
Amongst our friends, food is a serious subject, and can be very competitive. We had two food cook-offs and this recipe came in first in the meat division both times. I got this recipe from a wonderful cookbook, the Low Fat Grill, by Donna Rodnitzky. I often half the recipe for smaller portions of lamb.
My DBIL works in the rice industry here in our area where they had a contest for winning recipes, the company then sent home some of the best recipes with their employees. Here's one more that my DS has tried and her family really enjoyed. Serving sizes, preparation and cooking times are questimated since DS did not include them with her recipe to me, and I have yet to make this up...will revise when I do.
These are "special" tarts to me...they have "won" many "First place" ribbons at Country Fairs, in their class.They are a "good,solid tart", if the fruit is added, as indicated.Hope y'all enjoy them.They will not "stay around" long.