This is my favorite strawberry pie; it has a fresh, light flavor. I much prefer it to those with jello or cream cheese. This is adapted from an old Farm Journal cookbook & is a family favorite. There are many recipes on Zaar that are close to this one, but no exact matches.
This recipe, posted in response to a request, is from an elderly friend from church. She makes this every year to raise funds for missions work. Jaboticaba jelly tastes, to me, like a tart raspberry jelly with no seeds. I have never made this, or any other jelly, but if anyone has questions about it, I can always ask Florence.
I found a recipe for a sausage kebab that I modified into a stir fry. It turned out really tasty. I hope you'll give it a try! The chutney & the pinepple give it a nice flavor. Although sausage is not usually a favorite of mine, I love this dish.
This is a lovely sweet bread, very similar to the King's Bakery brand. There are some similar recipes in the Zaar database, but no exact matches so I am posting this. Cooking time will depend on your machine,
This is an easy, but very flavorful way to make corn on the cob. When I was growing up, we used to just boil corn, but this is so much better. This recipe is adapted from "The Pleasures of Gasgrilling".
I found this recipe in a microwave cookbook that eventually fell apart. I saved this recipe, but I can't remember the name of the book to give credit. It is very easy & tastes like much more effort went into the dish. I added the "with sauce" to differentiate from another Italian chicken recipe I submitted earlier.
This is a wonderful casserole when you need to feed a crowd. It is very flavorful & has lots of veggies. I don't know who Verna Ross is: I got this recipe over 30 years ago, possibly from a Farm Journal cookbook, but I am not positive.
This is a pretty simple & quick lasagna recipe that doesn't suffer for the short cuts. OK, it's not in the same league with your Italian grandmother's slave-over-the-stove recipe, but it is darned good. It is adapted from the book that came with my 1st microwave.
If you love shrimp, tomatoes, & feta cheese, this one is for you. It is similar to others in the Zaar database, but enough different that I think it is worth posting. It is from the local newspaper, the yellow newsprint a testiment to how many years it's been in my files.
Posted in response to a request, this is a recipe from the "Farm Journal's Best Ever Recipes". I have not made this recipe myself, but most everything I have ever tried from Farm Journal has been exceptional. Prep time, obviously, is a guess.
I got this recipe from a good friend at work. If rhubarb weren't so expensive in Hawaii, I would make it often. Although similar to another recipe in the Zaar database, it is a bit different & since I really enjoy this, I'm going to share it.