I like that the dressing on this salad has half sour cream in it. I really only use about half of the dressing, because I don't like lots of dressing in my chicken salad, just enough to bind it together.
A friend let our school's cookbook use this recipe, but the school somehow left out part of the directions. I'm posting it here, so I'll always be able to find it. WARNING: Follow this recipe exactly or you will have problems with the cake. Pay attention to the cooling and chilling times; they are extremely important. There is no way to cut down the preparation time, but the end result is well worth the effort! Note: I've included chilling time in prep time.
I've tried several strawberry pie recipes on this website, but my kids keep telling me "Grandmama's is better." Her copy of this recipe calls it "Miss Kay's Favorite Strawberry Pie" from Burris Farm Market. The kids said they could tell I'd used Grandmama's recipe when I made this.
I reworked Sage's recipe#31272 to fit the packages of scallops and shrimp I can buy, and to cut down on the liquid in the recipe. The original recipe said not to drain clams, but I found the sauce to have too much liquid that way. I use the cornstarch and water, or not, depending on my mood. My very picky son LOVES this sauce. Thanks so much to Sage for the original.
I found this recipe in an old Taste of Home magazine. It was submitted by Ruth Andrewson. I have some aunts that LOVE this bread. It calls for bread flour, but I use 100% whole wheat with great results.
I got this recipe from the Cooks.com website & tweaked it a little. It's the best one I've tried, and I didn't find one exactly like it here. I used sugar-free jello and 2 cups Cool Whip when I made it.