The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 23, 1975 · Page 45
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Pies & Desserts., LJMESl'PREME Sandra Douglas ABgtetao 16 ox 7-Up large box lime Jello 2 8 oz cream cheese 15 oz. can crushed ptneappie l a c. nuts Heat Jello and 7-lp until Jello is dissolved Add cream cheese and beat with mixer Add crushed pineapple including juice ' and ' 7 c nuts Put in mold and chill EAGLE BRAND CHERRY PIE Mrs. Bennie Hodge* Lake Jackson > can cherries ^drained f i can Eagle Brand milk 1 c chopped pecans '•s pt whipping cream juice of 2 lemons Mix first three ingredients Add whip..~d cream to mixture. Add lemon juice gradually, stirring constantly. Pour into two cooled baked pie shells (May also be put into pie tart shells i Your biggest variety of TOYS is always at VflgfJfkufaJ r* J n&9&Qi «k ^^V **nMK*BB| Some See Our Selection •TOYS •GAMES •CRAFTS •BOOKS •MODELS Major Brands and T.V. TOYS Dpfrr/n PECAN PIE Margaret Ram<r> Frvepwt 3eggs ! c brown sugar or ~-i c white sugar 1 Tbsp butser 1 c. corn syrup ! c pecans ! tsp vanilla •< tsp salt Cream butter and sugar Add syrup, wel! beaten -eggs, salt and vanilla When well-mixed add coarsely chopped pecans or pecan halves Turn into pie plate lined with pastry Bake in moderate 3SO degree oven about 3d minutes to one hour or urUii firm STRAWBERRY PIE Mrs. John M. Ratney FrwfMrt iv, c sugar 2 c. water 2't tsp. comstarch 1 pkg. regular strawberry Jello 1 qt. fresh strawberries or substitute frozen unsweetened strawberries Heat first three ingredients until thick and clear. Add dry Jello. Cool completely Add strawberries and pour into baked pie shell or graham cracker crust. /-*fc«l!l IMvtil fl- unill unuJ itrm JEFF DAVIS PIE Mrs, Beanie R. Hodges Lake Jackson * «gg* %4 c. sugar one-third stick melted margarine 4 Tbsp flour 1 tsp cinnamon 1 Up. nutmeg '^ tip. cloves '« tsp. allspice 1 c. milk 1 nine-inch pie shell Mix first four rift Drfgtiul Nina Ricci « *« T**n». Tavacbe' L*wf*n«*. *tt**rM »....*...*..,. Christian Dior u.35 001 u,3O°°! „, Rodham Perfume coo MMM«« «•«•»*»«•« *•«""« «* *° Norell MnAMt* iinai amiufcu r»rlum>i ff?OO I C*'****! »*Mt »#<t «* r * ..»...,.......»-•• • V " ray now for Christmas Free Gift Wrap- Then add spices and milk Pour into ptr shell and bake a' J75 d*^jrirr» until done K\SY ANUG'MU) l>oro<b> \ rrmm Melt '-.- stick margarine :r. pv rrx or pan U>e coW>irr »:il br cooked sr. M;* sn a Nr*i i c i c at wilt two ihirch c Pour (jvrr Add tmr Hakt- one hour or until done and browned in u 350 J'lK \'<rrnon Frreport Cream in a bowl 1 c. brown &ug«r > packed • 2I7A f»*r*ing Way Lkke Jackson '•t Up Milt Mix and add 1 c Karo syrup 1 tsp vanilla Beat 3 eggs in separate bowl and add to above mixture and Mend Add 1 c chopped pecans Pour into an unbaked pie shell Bake at 425 degrees for 15 minutes, then at 3SO degrees for a half hour If you use dark syrup the pie will be dark PIE FIU.ING Mrs. George M. Collard Rlchwwxl J » c. sugar one-third c flour "•» tsp salt 2 eggs well beaten 2 c milk 11 c can milk. 1 c. hot water > l i tsp vanilla flavoring 2 Tbsp butter or butter substitute Add in order given except for vanilla flavoring, let cool before adding 1 Then add bananas awl vanilla wafer* for banana pudding or coconut and pour into baked pie shell and top with meringue, or there are u number of other ways to ii.se it GRANDMA'S POTATO PIE Mrs. Ixjuella I orlner (lute "Tins has txK-n in my family for five generations " 2>-j boiled and mashed yams add 2 Tbsp margarine pinch of salt '•/ c. brown sugar Stir and add 4 c. coconut '* c pecans 1 tap. vanilla If too thick add milk Place in baked pie crust (small) and add pecans and coconut on top. Bake IS minutes at 350 degrees and remove and cool. SWKK7 POTATO PIK. Mr. It M Sh«» Br»«ori» 2 c <-ookpd swpet potatoes 1 r sugar ! c <-vaporatrc] '••: c 3 eggs ('ombine all ingredients and brat well Pour into a 10 inch unhakcrf crust and bake one hour at 350 ck-grrcs COOKIE ( 1 pkg Lorn* Doonc cookies '-4 c powdered sugar 1 stick margarine, melted Crush cookies in 13 x 9 pan. ad<i powdered sugar Add melted margarine Kwerve '-, c of dry mixture to sprinkle on top of cake CARIBBEAN Fl'DC.E PIE Iriria C. Mrndo/» Frrrport '4 r butter 1 « c brown sugar < packed •• 1 12 oz pkg Mrmiswerl chocolate pieces, melted 2 tsp instant coffee powder 1 tsp rum extract '« r all purpfwte flour 1 c coarsely broken walnuts 1 H inch unbaked pie shell '2 c walnut halves for decoration Cream butter with sugar, beat in '•ggs. "»<' •''' a time Add melted chocolate, instant coffee and rum extract Stir in flour anil broken walnuts and turn into pie shell Top with remaining 'v cup walnut halves I'.ake at '.'.~'.> decrees for I'.'i minutes Cool and lop with whipjK-d cream, i! desirwl Makes eight servings VINEGAUPIE Jranrtir Krmp Treeport "In my mother's day vinegar was always kept in the home for canning purposes. M> she learned to use it for making pies 1 c sugar 3 Tbsp flour ;1 4 c water 'v stick butter '4 c vinegar Mix flour and sugar well and pour into unbaked pie shell Pour water and vinegar over the sugar «nd flour. Place butter slices over this and top with another layer of crust Bake about 45 minutes at 3SO degrees Jl U V KC.<.< t ST\HI> ( Ur» K t arluw Kr report !• egg* tiratrri Mix !«K'<-fh«T and arkj 1 pt miik 1 tsp -. ansila Kruil if c$<**irr<,! Ml* all tngeJhcr thoroughly Melt lump of budrr in pan add mixture and cook until thick at J2T> degrees MOTHER'S SWEKT TAT>:K t I'STAHDPIE Mn. John Cntkkrr Jonr« C'rt^rk "Wry nch Made from a basic chess pie rrcipe 1 c cooked ma&hed »weel polators One-third c butter or margarine. melted 2 beaten <ygx -if one is used, add a little milk* 1 Tbsp Mfied flour dash of liill nutmeg to taste unt>ake<l [>iistr> shell Mix ingredients in order given I'our into pastry shell and hake in a 4flOdegree oven until custard is set I'HAI.INK. I'K( AN SWEET POTATO PIK Mr« I>i.n lU>Ml l^ikr Jurk«mi unb.ike<l p;»stry for nine.inch crus! one third c sugar one third < hroun Mig.ir '• t tsp s.'il! \ tsp cinnaiii'in 3 < tsp ginger ' « tsp clov i-s ; .• tsp nutmeg I c mashed sueet potatiX's < cooke<l fresh • 'i large eggs, well beaten '4 c hot milk ': c light brown sugar '< c i half stick' butter margarine. softened >< c chopped pecans Combine sugar, one-third cup brown sugar anil spices in mixing bowi Blend in potatoes and eggs Stir in milk I'our into unlinked pie shell Hake 25 minutes in 3TS degree oven Blend the '-.- cup brown sugar with butter and pecans. Sprinkle over partially baked pie Continue baking 30 minutes or until filling is firm Serve with whipped cream or

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