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Hi Todd,
I finished this cake last night.  This is a three layer yellow cake with
silver studded gumpaste letters.
Have a nice weekend.


So I was at the grocery store this evening, wandering around the produce section,
and got hit by a lightning bolt of inspiration. The result:

Avocado Black Bean Salsa

Nothing about this is exact, it's mostly up to you and your tastes
(and how many people you want to feed it to) for how much of everything you use.

Onion (yellow or red, either would be great)
Black beans

Use whatever proportions of the ingredients you like, but make sure you're not shy with the lime,
it needs that citrus punch (plus it keeps the avocado from browning). Also, I didn't add it tonight cuz
I didn't think about it in time, but a little jalepeno would be really good in this.

My husband liked it so much he said he could have eaten the whole bowl with a spoon! Enjoy!



So I know, it sounds disgusting, but I love love love this when I'm feeling sick, because it's warm and full of booze! Yay!

Boil some water. While it's heating, combine 2 shots of whiskey (I like southern style, like Jack Daniel's, but my Dad likes Canadian style whiskey, so it's all taste preference) juice of about a quarter of a large lemon (fresh is best, but if you have the bottled kind that's OK too) and about a teaspoon of sugar (or more if you like) in a large-ish mug. Add the hot water and enjoy. Like I said, it sounds kind of gross, but it's like Theraflu with alcohol, so what the hell. It'll warm you right up!



From: PSherry
Sent: Sunday, March 22, 2009 10:26 AM
To: '[email protected]'
Subject: MY RECIPE!

I'm also in need of the Stokley's Cherry Pie recipe.  The one on your website was for Cherry Pudding.
If anyone has the Pie recipe that used to be on the can of the sour red cherries please send...
Thank you so much!!


Cherry Pie (Stokely’s)

1 cup sugar

¼ cup flour

¼ tsp cinnamon

1 can (1lb.) Stokely’s red sour pitted cherries

¼ tsp almond extract

1 1/3 Tbls butter

Pastry for 8 or 9 inch two crust pie

In saucepan, combine first 4 ingredients. Cook, stirring, until mixture thickens and boils.
Stir in extract. Pour into pastry lined pie pan. Dot with butter. Cover with top crust; seal edges.
Bake at 425 for 30 to 35 mins., or until crust is browned. Cool. Makes 1 pie.


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