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The Breakfast and Brunch Express, Issue #26 Fruit Salad Recipes
June 11, 2008
This month: Fruit Salad RecipesFruit Salad Recipes: In this issue of the Breakfast and Brunch Express, find a selection of easy summer fruit salad recipes for breakfast, brunch, or summer picnics.
With the summer months right around the
corner, lighter fruits can be a welcome change from many of the heavy
breakfast and brunch foods we are accustomed to eating. A fresh fruit
salad is light and refreshing and just enough to give you the energy
you need without slowing you down.
The next issue of this newsletter is scheduled for Wednesday, July 9, 2008. Next month's topic: Fantastic Fruit Dips
Fruit Salad RecipesFresh Fruit Salad: A fresh fruit salad recipe made with bananas, strawberries, oranges, and green grapes, sour cream and honey dressing. Serve this fruit salad for breakfast or brunch as a lighter accompaniment.
Fruit Recipe CookbooksOld-Fashioned Berry and Cherry Recipes Cookbook contains recipes for raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, cranberries, cherries, and more. Also includes historical notes on how berries were used and prepared in Colonial Times.
A wonderful collection of 73 time tested authentic apple recipes ranging from pies, desserts, cakes, cookies, soups, salads, and side dishes. This cookbook also includes tips for using apples along with a guide on how to best use the many varieties of apples for cooking, baking, and eating.
Nothing welcomes summer like the strawberries ripening in the garden. Ripe, plump strawberries picked from the vine are the sweetest when they are still warm. There are recipes for cakes, breads, pies, soups and salads, desserts, preserves and jams, and beverages.
Southern Recipes and cooking are known to be flavorful, rich tasting, and just downright good. This collection of 65 Old-Fashioned Southern Recipes captures some of the best food of the South that has been enjoyed for centuries. There are also historical notes sprinkled into the cookbook relating to histories of some of the recipes.
This old-Fashioned Pie Recipes cookbook includes recipes for fruit pies, nut pies, sweet pies, and meat and vegetable pies. Also includes recipes for pie crusts and hints for making a meringue topping. If it just isn't dessert without pie, this cookbook contains some time tested vintage recipes for all the favorites you remember from your childhood.
Find delicious pumpkin recipes for pies, breads, dessert, soups, cakes, and cookies in this Old-Fashioned cookbook. Learn the history of the first pumpkin pie and how to prepare fresh pumpkin pulp, along with over 50 recipes using pumpkin including 14 different pumpkin pie recipes and many more dessert recipes.
A Helpful Cooking Hint:If you need to cut chilled butter into a dry mix for a crumble or pie crust, freeze the butter, then use your cheese grater to "grate" the butter in (keep the paper around the stick of butter to keep it from softening in your hand). You get little shreds of butter that are then really easy to mix in or cut further if you need smaller pieces.
Quote for the Day:We may live without friends. We may live without books. But Civilized man cannot live without cooks.
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