Slightly tweaked here, the original of this recipe was found in the 2009 cookbook, Taste of Home Best Church Supper Recipes. Preparation time includes neither the 1 hour or so needed for the lemon filling to come to room temperature before it is poured into the pie shell, nor the refrigerating of the finished pie until the lemon filling is set.
Although it has been tweaked a little, the original of this recipe was seen recently on Paula Deen's show, Paula's Best Dishes, & we found this very enjoyable. Prep time does not include the 15 minutes needed for the finished crisp to cool before serving.
This recipe was found in the recent edition of USA Weekend, Dec 23-25, 2011, & we found it makes for a delicious breakfast! Actually it would be great anytime of the day! NOTE: the syrup takes less than 10 minutes to make, while each Dutch Baby takes about 22 minutes from start to finish. The preparation time is calculated for making the syrup plus 4 of the pancakes.
This recipe, using canned cranberry sauce, was found in The Thanksgiving Cookbook, 1991, & makes for a quick & delicious sauce. Preparation time does not include the time needed for the sauce to cool down to room temperature.
The original recipe for this cranberry sauce was found in The Thanksgiving Cookbook, 1991. It's been tweaked slightly since I do enjoy the orange flavor! Preparation time does not include the time needed for the sauce to cool to room temperature.
This recipe, although slightly tweaked, came to me from Taste of Home online, & being the chocoholic lover of pistachios who really enjoys biscotti, there was no way I could pass it up! The cooking time is figured with one cookie sheet in the oven at a time.
Also called Pudding in the Belly, this recipe was found in the 2002 cookbook, Cranberry Cooking for All Seasons, & although they call it stuffing, I prefer dressing since I usually bake such things separately, as given below. The first time I made this, rather than using the cornbread stuffing mix, I used a 9"x13" pan of homemade cornbread.