Ever make a mistake and have it turn out to be in your favor? Well… that’s what happened to me!
Recently I mistakenly grabbed a Jiffy Lemon cake mix for a box of Jiffy corn muffin mix! I poured two boxes of corn muffin mix and a lemon cake mix into my mixer, added the ingredients times three on the corn muffin mix box…and let-err RIP!
As it baked, it filled the house with a lemony aroma. At the same time my family and I were having a debate on just how high this corn bread was gonna rise. I had even used my new red casserole dish and wondered if that could have added to its height.
Finally, I checked the boxes and to my surprise, yes lemon cake mix. We didn’t know if we should eat it as dessert or what…I think we did a little of both. Try it, it was great…I plan to make it again. Shelley Underhill
I have to give credit for this recipe to “He Cooks She Cooks.” They are out of Huntsville, and have an awesome cookbook that is sold around town.
Well, mom got hold of one. You guessed it…she made chicken pot pie first. What a treat! We enjoyed it so much that I made it again that week and my daughter’s first words after tasting it were “When are you gonna make this again?” I just laughed and said “That’s what I told your grandmother!” So, needless to say, this ranks up there with “You gotta try this one.”
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I know most of us have heard of “Strawberry Pretzel Salad,” but I had never heard of it until I moved to Alabama. The first time I was introduced to this scrumptious desert I fell in love with it. It’s easy to make and hard to resist!
This week I am going to share the peach version of this decadent desert. My awesome daughter (who just happens to also be a fabulous cook) prepared her version of this recipe this week. Make some for your family and enjoy.
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Summer is here, and it is too hot to cook in the kitchen. So, move outside to the grill instead. With all the abundance of fresh produce, now is the time to put your grill to good use. Everything from meats, fish, poultry, vegetables, fruits…well you get the picture…can be cooked on the grill.
This is a favorite of mine that is fast, easy, and healthy. The asparagus can also be substituted with fresh green beans. The natural sugars will caramelize somewhat, making this dish like eating candy; you just can’t stop!
I would love to hear from you if you try it and like it.
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Owner of Cindy Lou’s Deli
Many thanks to Cindy Bridges, who is filling in for Shelley this edition.