A fabulous dessert that requires no cooking and is easy to make. Young people love this dessert and especially when the weather is warm. I found this recipe in an old cookbook and then modified to the new products that we have today to make them tastier.
I have been making this sauce for over 10 years and it is thoroughly enjoyed by all and especially most children. I am not certain where this recipe originated, but I have experimented with it and came up with this tasty sauce.
My first experience to taste KEY LIME PIE was in Key West, Florida. Fell in love with the flavor but did not appreciate the moist crust and the chewy filling. After much experimentation, I formulated this pie in Palm Springs, CA, and that is how I gave it the name PALM SPRINGS KEY LIME PIE. The pie has been reviewed my many newspapers and has been noted as, "A Pie to Die For".
I spent a considerable of time in the Fijian Islands and fell in love with the type of food the "Indians" (East Indians) cooked. Most of their soups were spicy hot, but very tasty. I was not able to get their recipes, so I developed my own. This is one of my East Indian recipes that is enjoyed by all of our East Indian friends.
These sliced potatoes are so very simple to make and extremely tasty. This recipe originated with my Russian grandmother over 100 years ago, however, they baked them in an outside oven as they did not have the modern facilities of today.
The ORANGE CREAM PIE is extremely good during hot weather, very refreshing. Young people just love it as it tastes just like a "CREAMSICLE". About 22 years ago an East Indian friend suggested that I make this recipe as it was always a special dessert in certain parts of India. I made some modifications to the recipe and everyone tells me that it is better than the original recipe.
These Festive Squares are excellent for a party. The original recipe has been modified with several added ingredients and it is thoroughly enjoyed by all. Please do not substitute any of the ingredients.
The Voreniki are an excellent side dish and are handy to have available frozen. I have improved on this recipe since my Russian Grandmother taught me how to make them over 50 years ago. Using whipping cream in the dough mixture, tenderizes the dough