This cake is a tasty, quick way to use up freshly picked wild blueberries. Frozen berries may be used if needed. We just ate some warm pieces of this cake... yum! It was borrowed from the Amish Friends cookbook.
Went crazy a few years ago making batches & batches of this for the holidays. It is easy to make different variations by changing the add-ins. I've done all white chips, pistachios and dried cranberries. This is a quick and yummy treat, recipe from my friend Marie.
This recipe was salvaged off either a can of chicken, box of pasta or bag of dried cranberries. It is a really great salad and is requested at many summer gatherings. It's fall now and I got to thinking of the cranberries in this recipe.
These are what come to mind when I think of baked beans- not all that canned stuff! It is not an exact-kind of recipe so if you're that kind of person, pass this one by. They can take 5-7 hours to cook and you have to watch them so they won't dry up :)
I know, there are quite a few 'turkey tetrazzinis' on Zaar already! I went through 15 of the recipes and none of them are the same as this one. My Aunt, who runs a golfclub restaurant, makes this for club parties all the time.
My pediatrician gave this to my Mom at least '30-something' years ago. It is supposed to help reduce high fevers, vomiting and settle upset tummies. Gingerale still reminds me of being sick and stuck in bed all day with my comic books.
This originally came from a Betty Crocker softcover #190. It has to be prepared at least 8 hours before dinner, so you'll have plenty of clean-up time before the guests arrive! The prep time does not include the 8 hrs. fridge time.