Recipe Type: Classics

Fig Bars

Recipe Type:
Average Rating: (0 / 5)

Fig bars are bar cookies that contain figs. Each fig bar is square-shaped with a baked cookie dough outer crust and a thick fig filling inside. The Fig Newton® commercial fig bars by Nabisco started many other companies manufacturing similar cookies. The Fig Newton® was invented by American, Charles M. Roser, in ...

Read more
Z Coconut Balls 2 (Custom)

Coconut Dainties Bon Bon

Recipe Type:
Average Rating: (0 / 5)

Melt in your mouth bon-bons. So festive for holiday sharing.

Read more
Kumquat Bread (3) (Custom)

Kumquat Nut Bread

Recipe Type:
Average Rating: (0 / 5)

Wikipedia….Kumquat culinary uses include candying and kumquat preserves, marmalade, and jelly. Kumquats can also be sliced and added to salads. In recent years kumquats have gained popularity as a garnish for cocktail beverages, including the martini as a replacement for the more familiar olive. A kumquat liqueur mixes the fruit with vodka or other clear spirit. Cheers!!

Read more

 

Old fashioned Lemon Custard Pie

Old Fashioned Lemon Cream Pie

Recipe Type:
Average Rating: (0 / 5)

Lemons – a simple sour pleasure made even better with the ole-timey recipe. Simple ingredients – Simple good

Read more

Fig Bread

Recipe Type: ,
Average Rating: (0 / 5)

Memories are made of this -

Read more
Dales Shrimp Macque Choux

Dale’s Shrimp Corn Macque Choux

Average Rating: (5 / 5)

Delicious entree or side dish made of fresh corn and shrimp; easy, versatile, and quick to cook.

Read more

 

Persimmon Bread III

Recipe Type:
Average Rating: (0 / 5)

Persimmon wood is very heavy and hard. It was once used to make golf clubs. Persimmon trees can take up to seven years before they produce fruit. Persimmons are used to make baked goods, such as cookies and breads. Source: producepedia.com

Read more

Persimmon Bread II

Recipe Type:
Average Rating: (0 / 5)

Persimmons, the Latin word for it means “food of the gods.” From eHow - Persimmon is an attractive tree with nutritional, sweet, autumn-ripening fruit that has been an old-fashioned favorite for homeowners in U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zones 5 through 11, depending on the variety. Persimmon trees fall into two distinct ...

Read more
about us    ask maw-maw    blog    contact us    cooking tips    heritage   
guestbook    privacy policy    recipes a-z    recipebox    register    submit a recipe!