This special recipe comes from Mary Bishop, who attended Coker College and worked in the cafeteria there to help put herself through school. The cook, named Kelly, made wonderful lime pie, which she loved. When she graduated from Coker in 1957, his gift to her was his recipe for "Kelly Pie". And now we share it with you.
1 can nonfat condensed milk
1/3 cup lime juice
Zest of 2 limes
1 cup Cool Whip
Mix condensed milk, lime juice, and lime zest together (it will get thick). Fold in Cool Whip. Place in a graham cracker crust or a baked pie shell. Keep refrigerated.
Fried Green Tomatoes
Perfect Steamed Okra
Spray a skillet or large pan with Pam, add a small pat of butter.
Wash small okra pods and cut off tips and stem ends.
Place okra in skillet (single layer, if possible) and put in just enough water to come about halfway up the okra pods. (Too much water will make slimy okra! Better to add water during cooking, if needed.)
When the butter has melted, stir it around in the pan until all okra is buttered.
Sprinkle with a little salt.
Simmer over medium heat until okra is just fork-tender.
Reduce heat, uncover pan, and continue cooking just until all water has evaporated.
Watch okra carefully. You want to evaporate the water, but not burn the okra.
Aunt Patty's Okra Rice
(Patty Bishop Hudson)
Brown some bacon. Remove bacon and dripping. Add about 1 tsp drippings back to your pan.(or to your taste). Add about 1 to 2 cup chopped onions, 2 cups chopped, fresh okra.(or more) Sir fry until barely tender. Season to taste. I usually add 1 tsp of Wylers chicken broth granules, pepper etc. ( If you want spicy add your peppers etc.) THEN stir in about 2 cups of COOKED rice. Stir to blend. Sprinkle your chopped bacon on top. Let sit with lid on top to marry flavors.
This recipe is from http://southernliving.com, but we taste tested it and it is delicious!
1 cup sugar
1 small envelope unsweetened Blue Raspberry Lemonade mix (we used KoolAid Ice Blue Raspberry Lemonade)
7 cups water
1 can frozen lemonade, thawed
Pour into ice cube trays and freeze.
Combine 1 (46-ounce) can pineapple juice and 2 liters gingerale, both chilled. Pour over blue raspberry lemonade ice cubes.
(To make one glass, combine equal parts pineapple juice and gingerale; pour over ice cubes)
Yard Farm Coca Cola Cake