County, Alabama, Heritage
Nip and Ernie's Brownies
Malunjin Indian Bread
Spring Cleaning Recipe for Grout
|Scuppernong Pie Recipe
3-4 cups scuppernong native grapes
3 T butter
2/3 cup sugar
2 T cornstarch
1 T or more Cinnamon or Apple Pie Spice
Pastry for 2-crust pie
|Preheat oven to 300 degrees F.
Wash scuppernongs. Use 2 medium-sized
enamel sauce pans; squeeze pulp into one and use other for hulls. Cover hulls
with water and cook until tender, drain. Cook pulp until soft enough to run
through sieve to remove seeds. Add to hulls. Mix sugar and cornstarch. Add
scuppernong mixture and dot with butter. Sprinkle with spice as desired.
Pour into pastry-lined pie pan, cover with strips of pastry. Bake until brown.
|Nip and Ernie's Brownies
1 stick of melted oleo
|Mix sugar and cocoa; oleo, eggs
and flour. Stir in pecans and vanilla. Place on a greased cookie
sheet. Bake about 15 minutes at 350. Put 1 bag of marshmallows
(about 25) on top and let melt. Let cool.
Note: You may want to put the marshmallows on top of the brownies about the last 2 to 3 minutes of baking. Watch carefully. Overcooking will cause the brownies to be too dry. It is better if the brownies are a bit moist. Source: Rosemary Edwards Andrews
|Malunjin Indian Bread
|I am not sure about the consistency or amounts, but I know I wish I knew more about this group of Indians that lived three to six miles northeast of Dothan near Webb and Kinsey.|
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