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Peach Pie
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Peach Pie
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  1. Slice peaches to cover pie crust. Mix flour, sugar, and salt. Add milk and cream and pour mixture over peaches into the crust. Bake at 325 degrees until a knife comes out clean; approximately 40 minutes.
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Recipe courtesy of Pat Christensen, Rome, WI.

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Summer Fruit Trifling
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Here is an easy, no bake recipe for any time of the year. Traditional English trifle, on which this is based, calls for sherry, but it is completely optional in this recipe.
Summer Fruit Trifling
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Here is an easy, no bake recipe for any time of the year. Traditional English trifle, on which this is based, calls for sherry, but it is completely optional in this recipe.
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  1. Mix the pudding according to box directions, adding 1/4 cup more milk. You want it to thicken, but not as thick as pudding when it sets up. Whip in sherry (optional) and vanilla; and store in fridge.
  2. Slice the pound cake into 1/2-inch slices, anticipating two slices per serving. (Optional: using a pastry brush or your fingers, sprinkle the tops of the slices with sherry. Damp, but not wet.)
  3. Spread a generous coating of fruit preserves on the top of each slice (approx. 2 tablespoons per slice). Place 1 slice of pound cake on each serving plate. Top with fresh fruit and drizzle pudding over all.
  4. Place second slice on top of first slice. Repeat with fruit and then pudding. Allow the pudding to drizzle over the sides and puddle on the plate.
  5. Top each serving with whipped topping. Place the extra pudding on the table either in a creamer or your gravy boat with ladle. If you wanted to get really fancy, you could top with some shaved chocolate or crushed toffee bar.
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Recipe courtesy of Liz Metz, Ferryville, WI.

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Strawberry Ice Dessert
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Light, airy, delicious, and beautiful. This is a delicious strawberry dessert that I think you will enjoy. It is my favorite recipe.
Strawberry Ice Dessert
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Light, airy, delicious, and beautiful. This is a delicious strawberry dessert that I think you will enjoy. It is my favorite recipe.
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Crust / Topping
  1. Stir flour, butter or margarine, brown sugar, and pecans until crumbly. Put into a 9-x-13-inch pan. Bake at 350 degrees until brown, stirring after 10 minutes. Let cool and reserve 1/2 cup for topping.
Filling
  1. Beat egg whites until stiff, then slowly add sugar, vanilla, lemon juice, strawberries, and cream or whipped topping. Pour filling over crust, sprinkle reserved crust over filling, and freeze.
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Recipe courtesy of Jean Hopkins, Lancaster, MI.

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Sloppy Joe Sauce for Many People
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This sauce recipe will almost fill a Nesco roaster and leave room for stirring. The sauce can be frozen—I fill different size containers to use at a later date if I’m not making the entire 35–40 pounds of ground chuck. I have had lots of good comments on this sloppy joe sauce.
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Servings
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Sloppy Joe Sauce for Many People
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This sauce recipe will almost fill a Nesco roaster and leave room for stirring. The sauce can be frozen—I fill different size containers to use at a later date if I’m not making the entire 35–40 pounds of ground chuck. I have had lots of good comments on this sloppy joe sauce.
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60
Servings
60
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  1. Combine first six ingredients into a Nesco cooker and cook for an hour, stirring frequently. Add tomato soup and lemon juice. Cook on LOW for 2 more hours, stirring frequently.
  2. After the 2 hours, combine cinnamon and cloves in a small bowl with some of the sauce, and blend to make a thin paste. Add this paste to the sauce and stir to combine. Let sit for 30 minutes.
  3. Brown ground chuck and add enough sauce to cover. Keep on medium–low heat just long enough to blend the flavors, then combine meat/sauce mixture with remaining sauce in the Nesco, stir, and serve.
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Recipe courtesy of Joyce Arena, Scandinavia, WI.

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Lemonade Pie
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Lemonade Pie
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  1. Mix lemonade concentrate and sweetened condensed milk.
  2. Fold in whipped topping and pour into crust.
  3. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours.
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Recipe courtesy of Lavaughn Buehl, Janesville, WI.

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