In the fall there is nothing as good as a warm apple pie with vanilla ice cream rested on top of the slice of pie. Traditional Dutch apple pie comes in two varieties, a crumb appelkruimeltaart and a lattice appeltaart style pie. Both recipes are very distinct in that they will usually call cinnamon and lemon juice to be added and may differ in texture, however, not taste. Dutch apple pies may include ingredients such as cream butter, raisins and almond paste, as well as ingredients such as apples and sugar, which they have in common with other recipes.
Below I have shared my apple pie recipe for you in comparison to the vintage version of Igleheart’s Cake Secrets, 1922, Apple Filling for Pie and crust recipe. I hope you’ll enjoy both recipes for years to come. If you try either please come back and let me know what you thought of them.
Igleheart’s Cake Secrets, 1922, Apple Filling for Pie and crust recipe
“Apple pie” conjures warmth, aroma, taste, and togetherness! Nothing tastes better!”
A good Sweet potato pone is coveted across the South. Recipes for the grated sweet potato pudding vary in many ways according to the cook’s means of ingredients and even their location in the South. In Louisiana, the Creole version may even contain a good deal of black pepper. You will run out of fingers if trying to count the different methods of this delicious Iconic Southern recipe.
Now most of y’all know I enjoy Southern recipes and I just thought you might enjoy a good reliable McCall’s recipe for a Southern Sweet Potato Pone. I hope you enjoy it as much as our family has over the years.
It’s been a long time since I have posted on here, but I thought I would share a nice little simple to make Pigs in the Blanket recipe with y’all from the year 1971 by General Mills. What exactly are pigs in the Blanket? Here in the USA, the term “Pigs in a blanket” usually refers to hot dogs wrapped in dough such as croissant rolls, or even Vienna sausages, cocktail sausages, or link sausages wrapped in biscuit dough, pancake, or croissant dough, and oven baked.
Easy, quick, with Pillsbury Pie Crust Mix
Homemade pineapple pie like this is one sure way to sweep a man right off his feet. And now any kind of pie is easy, quick. Just add water to Pillsbury Pie Crust Mix. (Mixes easily, rolls out evenly. Doesn’t break apart when lifted into pan.) Quality is assured by the finest ingredients, scientifically blended, perfectly balanced. You turn out crust that’s light and flaky, so tender and “short” it cuts at the mere touch of a fork. Why not give him the big pie surprise tonight! Continue reading
Cheese-filled meat loaf recipe
Pour in Hunt’ sauce and you pour in a pound of whole, ripe tomatoes simmered to a thick, smooth sauce — spiced just right. It’s the modern way to cook with tomato! Continue reading
Fish steaks, Hunt’s-style 1961
The modern way to cook with tomato… just pour in Hunt’ sauce for fabulous fish steaks Continue reading