Fourth recipes: a real summertime celebrationLifestyle
Memorial Day is thought of by some as the kick off to summer, barbeques and picnics. July Fourth is a real summertime celebration: fruits and berries are in abundance, the grill has been tuned up and Florida’s hot, humid weather rolls in every morning. Enjoy the Fourth with recipes submitted by other people from around the Conference. Don’t forget to stock the cooler with plenty of ice!
Bring on the steak, shrimp, chicken and ribs!
Sides with no mayonnaise are picnic friendly.
Desserts include a pound cake to be garnished with all the abundant mid-summer fresh fruit.
The charm of this recipe is that you can make the coconut pie without a crust. The Bisquick makes a great crust. Put everything in a blender, and it is done except for the baking.
This recipe is a contributor’s favorite because of the old-fashioned richness. Her sister, 15 years older, felt that when she got married she was "grown enough" to have this recipe.
There is no description other than delicious. And, because they are bars, there is no need for a plate and fork!
Quick and easy. From the contributor: “These cookies started with my brother's mother-in-law in New Orleans. Since the cookies did not have a name, I started calling them NOLA's and they are a huge request with my family and friends.”
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