Cheese-filled PROSCUITTO Wraps on PRETZEL CRISPS

Table of Contents: APPETIZERS

 

You can make these prosciutto wraps much prettier than mine in the photo!  My excuse is that I had to hurry to have more time to hold my new grandbaby.  I think that is a perfect excuse for “ragged” looking appetizers.  To make this a full confession, I made the appetizers in the photo; then I put the remaining ingredients on a pretty platter and let the guests make the remainder for themselves!

 

1 (3-oz.) package prosciutto, refrigerate the package

¼ of a small jalapeno pepper

8 oz. cream cheese, softened

1 T. extra virgin olive oil

2 T. Tiger Sauce (usually in bottled condiment section of grocery – made in

New Orleans, LA)

¼ tsp. salt

Pretzel Crisps (I like “Everything” flavor)

 

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Tangy HAM Cooked on the GRILL

Table of Contents: PORK

 

If you prefer, you can use a ham shank instead of a butt portion.   Also, you can use a cured, uncooked ham.  If starting with an uncooked ham, adjust the cooking time according to the package directions.  It may need to cook longer than instructed below.

 

1 ( 6 to 7 lb.) fully-cooked half of a ham, butt portion

1 (3-liter) cola (do not use diet cola)

1 cup brown sugar

6 oz. yellow prepared mustard

Freshly ground black pepper

 

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Please read this before beginning to make the cake.  Use only the pouch of dry cake mix from the package.  Ignore the ingredients the package instructions call for and substitute my ingredients listed below.  My downfall is NOT reading my own instructions.  I just rip into it,

and then have to back up.  For some reason, this greatly amuses my husband that I’m banging around the kitchen grumbling at myself!  It is easiest for me to just note the oven baking temperature; then throw away the package.  Out of sight; out of mind!

 

CHOCOLATE IRISH CREAM Cake w/ IRISH CREAM Frosting

Table of Contents: CAKES

 

1 (15.25-oz.) package Pillsbury dark chocolate cake mix w/pudding in the mix

1 (3.9-oz.) package instant chocolate pudding mix

½ cup water

½ cup vegetable oil

½ cup Baileys Irish Cream

4 large eggs

 

Frosting Ingredients:

¼ cup butter or margarine, softened to room temperature

1 lb. confectioners’ sugar, sifted

½ cup Baileys Irish Cream

½ tsp. lemon juice

1/8 tsp. salt

¼ to ½ cup real chocolate semisweet morsels for garnish

1 to 2 T. brown sugar for garnish

 

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EASY Deep-Pan MAGIC Dessert w/PEACHES, STRAWBERRIES, & BLUEBERRIES

Table of Content: DESSERTS

 

Such an easy dessert to make -  and, always so appreciated!

 

1 stick (1/2 cup) butter or margarine

1-cup plain flour

1 cup granulated sugar, divided

½ tsp. salt

1 T. baking powder (yes, tablespoon!)

1-cup milk

3 fresh peaches, peeled and sliced

1 pint fresh strawberries; hulled, washed, drained, and sliced

1 pint fresh blueberries; washed and drained

 

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CAROLINA CORNBREAD

Table of Contents: BREADS


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Submitted By: PATRICIA ANN RAMSEY ROGERS (“TRISH”)

MOBILE, ALABAMA USA


 

 

WINNER OF the 2012 1st Place Project YUMWAY  MOBILE CHOCOLATE FESTIVAL - You have GOT to look at her WHITE CHOCOLATE MARDI GRAS MASK & WHITE CHOCOLATE & PEARLS HIGH HEEL SHOES !!!


 

 

4 large eggs

½ cup vegetable oil

2 cups milk, either buttermilk or regular sweet milk

3 cups self-rising yellow corn meal mix

½ cup granulated sugar

2 cups self-rising flour or plain flour (self-rising flour makes cornbread rise

higher than in the photo & makes it very light)

Spray oil

 

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