Both the crust and the filling are super in this delicious pie. The crust is a tasty crumble of graham cracker, pecan and ginger. This lovely mixture is pressed into a 9-inch pie tin, and filled with a scrumptious pumpkin pie filling boasting cream cheese, brown sugar, cream, eggs, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and cloves. The pie is then baked and garnished with whipped cream and pecan halves.
A moist not too sweet version of a figgy pudding but made with dates and minus the spices. You could try covering with buttered foil and steaming it for a even moister version. This can also be baked in a (28 ounce) can.
This is the 'secret' Greek dressing recipe from the pizzeria that I work at. The recipe makes almost a gallon but can be scaled down easily. It can be used for picnics and travels very well, since it doesn't need to be refrigerated. This is the best dressing I have ever tasted, people offer to buy it constantly, but if we sold it we wouldn't be able to make enough to use in the restaurant!
Here is a great recipe for authentic German Sourdough Bread. This bread tastes almost exactly like the bread we buy back home in Bavaria, Germany. There, to this day, they bake their bread in a very old stone oven in the middle of a small village, once every 2 weeks. They bake a whole bunch at once, and then you can buy it and freeze extras until the next baking day. It's the best German bread I know!