Sent: Tuesday, June 19, 2018 7:20 PM
Subject: apple bank cookbook
Hi. In the 1980s, Apple Bank published a lovely small cookbook of
perhaps 20 pages of recipes using apples. The recipes were extremely
well chosen and the pamphlet was well produce. I have mislaid my copy.
Any chance that you have one? I have not been able to find it online.
I am pretty sure I scanned it, but can't find the files, it must have
been in my old computer and got lost. My favorite recipe in it was for
apple kuchen, so easy to make. There were also recipes for chops with
apples, apple tart, many wonderful dishes.
Sorry, I cannot find any mention at all of a cookbook or recipe pamphlet
published or distributed by "Apple BANK." "Apple Barn," yes, but not the bank.
I will post this for reader input. Perhaps one of my readers has it.
On 6/24/2018 2:19 AM, Mark wrote:
i would like to request a recipe i don't remember what its called but
it had instant cheesecake pudding mix and cool whip and i think yogurt
What sort of dish is this? Is it a salad, a pie, a cake, or what?
It looks like some kind of fluff
Sorry, this is too vague for me. I can't tell what to look for. Most of what
I see that's similar to your description has fruit or berries.
Go here and check each site. Many have pictures. Maybe you can find it that way.
Subject: Cheesecake Pudding Mix - 7/19/18
Date: 7/19/2018 12:36 PM
Good afternoon Phaed, Hope you are well. Here is the recipe to the fruit dip
he's requesting below. I just made this for 4th of July. Quite yummy! I served
mine with Fruit and vanilla wafers :)
1 (32 ounce) container Vanilla Yogurt
1 (8 ounce) container Cool Whip
1 (3.4 ounce) box dry instant Cheesecake Jello Pudding mix
Fruit for serving
1. In a large bowl, mix together vanilla yogurt, Cool Whip, and pudding mix
until completely combined and you see no more lumps. The mixture will be a little
bit gritty at first because the pudding hasn't had a chance to dissolve into the
yogurt mixture yet.
2. Cover with plastic wrap and allow to chill for about 30 minutes. Serve with
your fruit of choice and enjoy!
3. Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.
On 6/24/2018 3:52 PM, Eni wrote:
Hi Phaed. This will be a tough one. I'm looking for the recipe for
a cheesecake that was served at the Fremont Hotel in Las Vegas in the 70s.
It was a plain cheesecake about 4-5 inches high, light and creamy.
I haven't found anything like it anywhere. I hope you can help.
Sorry, I could not find even a mention of this cheesecake.
I'll post this for reader input.