We had a lot of wonderful food at our December meeting.
More food arrived after I took these pictures, including a "Dump Cake" hot out of the oven. Inkie made the cake for Dot and shared the recipe with us.
l large can of crushed pineapple and juice
l can of cherry pie filling
l box yellow cake mix
2 cups chopped pecans
2 sticks of butter (melted)
Put in layers, in order given, in greased 9 x l3" baking dish. Bake at
350 degrees for 30-40 minutes!
Cranberry Relish recipe given to me (Becky) by Elsa Brooks, Dec. 2010
1 bag of fresh cranberries
2 cups sugar (or less to taste)
2 large oranges (seeded), use rind and all
1 large can crushed pineapple
(Note: navel oranges do not have seeds and that is what I used)
Easy to make:
Combine cranberries and oranges
Run through food processor or grinder
Add sugar, mix well.
Add pineapple, mix well.
Place contents in plastic containers and freeze. Makes 2-1/2 qts.
Great relish for meat, fowl, or bread. Best to let ripen for a day in refrigerator before packing into containers.
Source: Nashville 200 Years of Hospitality
Notes from Elsa: I used apples instead of oranges. I cored the apples and
left the skin on. The relish (made with apples) tastes very similar to
the cranberry relish that I have purchased at the Cheese Shop in Stuarts
Are there other recipe requests?
I would like to have the recipe for the delicious little coconut goodies.