I saw the movie, The Help, this weekend and it was excellent. Then the sermon on Sunday included a reference to it. I wanted to have the recipe for Minnie's pie - NOT the one she made ONLY for Hilly!!!!!. Maybe someone else wants it, so here it is.
These are beautiful when done. The cracked top with the "yolk" showing in the middle of the white. Inspirations include raspberricupcakes.com/2012/04/cheesecake-filled-chocolate-easter-eggs.html, http://onevanillabean.com/2012/04/08/white-chocolate-cheesecake-with-lemon-curd-in-chocolate-eggs/ and others.
Bechamel is one of the five mother sauces. This means it is a base for many things. If used plain, frequently onion and nutmeg are added. Keep this recipe and you don't need a bunch of recipes for variations like Au Gratin. Make it your own.
This is a tender, delicate, delicious bread pudding. For me to say that is quite a compliment, as I usually avoid bread pudding. Jean Dunlap, at our church, made it for a ministry fair and it was sooooo good. The only change I offer is the possibility of replacing about 1/4 cup of milk for 1/4 cup of spirits (rum, whiskey or amaretto, etc.)
This is a Pillsbury Best of Class Winner Grand National Senior Contes $1,000 winning recipe by Helen V. Zijonalski of Miami FL.
It was a special day when my Mother made these!!!! Of course there was that really good bakery over in Old Orchard who also made them.
This is a thin Indian crispy cracker or flat bread. It is typically served as an appetizer to an Indian meal. It can also be eaten as a snack and can be topped with chopped onions, peppers, chutney's or other condiments.
Decadent and healthy at the same time!!!! This light and satisfying sauce will compliment fresh berries, cake, ice cream or what ever you want to drizzle it over. Reduce the sugar and just eat it plain. Ooooh!!! Maybe over waffles or pancakes.