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Thursday, March 17, 2011

Can it be? BLOGGING!!!!! Foodie Friday Blogging!

I am beyond excited about the fact that I am once again in a place to come back to blogland. How i have missed all of you so. your emails and friend requests on facebook have been so endearing and I adore each and every one of you. It is because of you, that I am once again at home in the blog plantation. So let's get started!
I thought nothing was as wonderful as coming home as coming home to comfort food! That brings Shoney's Strawberry Pie to mind. Y'all my mother has had this recipe circa 1970s It is just as fabulous today as it was back then!


SHOPPING LIST:

2 pie crust ( you need to prebake)
12 oz 7UP
7 TBL corn starch
2 cups of sugar
2 pts of strawberries (washed, trimmed, and sliced)
1 small pkg of strawberry Jello
one container of Cool Whip

mix sugar, cornstarch, and 7UP in a saucepan and cook until thick. And I mean thick Y'all.
Then mix in the pkg of Jello. Remove from heat. Add strawberries.
When mixture cools, pour into pie shells and chill in refrigerator for a couple of hours (until set)
top with Cool Whip and enjoy!
ENJOY!
Y'all be sure to stop by and see Gollum for more Foodie Fridays!

See Y'all soon.

Thanks for dropping by Y'all!

7 comments:

Michael Lee West said...

I have fond memories of Shoney's strawberry pie.
Thinking about you tonight and sending up prayers. XX00

Jane said...

So glad to see you back! This is a great recipe. A friend shared it with me last year...can't wait to make it again. We're at the peak of strawberry season right now...Yea!
Jane (artfully graced)

ps Can you tell that I can't sleep? I have been painting all day and I am seeing green......

Scribbler said...

I remember this! I haven't made it in years, but maybe it's time I did. Thanks for the memory.

Laura said...

So good to have you back, dahling!
Perhaps now I will be inspired to blog more often! Hope you and the fam are all doing splendidly, and miss you very VERY much!

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

This looks way too tempting! I was just thinking of you this week and wondering how things were going for you and your precious family -- it's so good to see you here again. Hope all is well.

9405018--Pat said...

Welcome back! thanks for sharing the pie looks wonderful....PAT h

Teresa @ Grammy Girlfriend said...

I had lost you....so glad to catch up ........I have missed you....going to catch up on your blog.....