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1928 Strawberry Shortcake Recipe

1928 Strawberry Shortcake Recipe

| May 28, 2012 | 11 Comments

If you think Strawberry Shortcake is one of those little pre-packaged cake cups and a bag of flavored syrup you find in the grocery store, then you just don’t know what you’re missing.  You’ll love this rustic Strawberry Shortcake Recipe, adapted from a 1928 cookbook with it’s crusty bread layers and sugared fresh Strawberries.  Just add whipped cream topping […]

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Mama Ruths’ Strawberry Cake Recipe

Mama Ruths’ Strawberry Cake Recipe

| May 7, 2012 | 44 Comments

This is it…..Mama Ruth’s Famous Strawberry Cake.  You’ve heard me talk about it…now…you can cook one of your very own.  It’s really a very quick and easy way to fix a scrumptious dessert.  Mama Ruth uses a boxed cake mix and just a few other simple ingredients.  You can make it with fresh Strawberries or, use some […]

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Strawberry Cobbler Recipe

Strawberry Cobbler Recipe

| April 29, 2012 | 49 Comments

Don’t let Strawberry Season slip you by without trying this quick and easy Strawberry Cobbler Recipe.  All you need are some fresh Strawberries and a few ingredients you will most likely already have in your kitchen.  It’s crumbly crust topping turns out sweet and crunchy and isn’t one of those all bread type of crusts.  […]

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Banana Bread with Crumb Topping Recipe

Banana Bread with Crumb Topping Recipe

| April 16, 2012 | 7 Comments

When you’re ready for something sweet, but without all the frosting, this Banana Bread with Crumb Topping is sure to satisfy the craving.  You’ll find lots of variations on how to make Banana Bread, and we’ll probably be sharing some other recipes as we go along, because we have several favorites of our own.  It’s […]

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Southern Banana Pudding Recipe

Southern Banana Pudding Recipe

| January 8, 2012 | 210 Comments

Nothing tops off a great home cooked Southern meal any better than this down home, made-from-scratch, banana pudding.  Or, as we often call it, “naner puddin.”  It’s just downright good and most definitely…a Southern tradition.  We’re going to show you how to make this one with or without a real egg white meringue topping, the […]

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