Raspberries, the Spring Treat

There’s just one thing I really love, that’s raspberries, the spring treat for tarts, crisps, muffins. In Alberta, Canada there are many U-pick berry fields – it a great way to take a break from your day. Pick your own berries and hangout with nature. There are here in the USA as well. Here’s a recipe from Roy’s Raspberries Tarts! – Mrs. Elsie Jones 1 can 7- Up or Ginger ale 1 cup sugar 3 Tablespoons … Read more

A Variation of a Pumpkin Pie

This variation of a pumpkin pie is a form of custard. There are many secrets we all have in making our specialities. 3/4 cup sugar 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 teaspoon ginger 1/2 teaspoon salt 1.5 cups pumpkin, canned 2 eggs 1.5 cups of hot milk Blend sugar, spices and slat together. Combine with pumpkin, add beaten eggs, mix well. Stir in hot milk. Pour into a uncooked pie crust at 425 F. until crust begins to … Read more

Fried Fruit Pies

Fried Cream or Fruit pies was one of the childhood favorites. Used to make them with the leftover pie dough my mom wasn’t going to use. This recipe is a little different, it’s a different kind of pastry that you’ll make. The Filling: 1 cup of milk – if you don’t like dairy use coconut cream or almond milk 1/4 cup sugar 1/4 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon butter 4 teaspoons cornstarch 5 teaspoons water 2 egg … Read more

St. Paddy’s Lime Pie

[huge_it_share] Since St. Paddy’s day is coming up, how about whipping up a lime pie? If unexpected guests drop in, this is really simple to whip up. 1 – 9″ pie shell 6 Tablespoons butter 1 cup of sugar 3 eggs Grated lime rind about 1/4 cup 2 Tablespoons of lime juice 2 teaspoons cornmeal Pinch of salt A couple of drops of green coloring Mix the filling in a blender or food processor. Preheat the … Read more

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