Fresh Strawberry Ice Cream

A friend of mine ask me if I had a good recipe for strawberry ice cream. This ice cream is so easy and so creamy… This is actually a very old recipe from Southern Living. 1 (14 oz) can sweetened condensed milk 1 (5 oz) can evaporated milk 2 tables sugar 1 1/2 cups whole … Continue reading

Strawberry Pound Cake

Isn’t it such a blessing that we never have to wait for summer for strawberries? Aren’t freezers just the best invention ever? Because this recipe calls for frozen strawberries, you can make this gorgeous and delicious cake in the dead of winter, when you have reached your pumpkin and gingerbread limit. 2 packages (10 oz … Continue reading

Strawberry Cream Pie

Taking a break from pulling all the white shorts, white capris and white shoes out of my closet until they come back out next Easter, I decided that I earned something sweet. Putting away all my linen clothes is enough to put me over the edge. So,  I sat down and began to look for something that sounded refreshing and yummy.  Since it is … Continue reading

Frozen Strawberry Salad

In 2002, after moving back to Dallas from California, our house became the meeting place of several ladies groups for luncheon’s. I loved the opportunity to not only cook for a large gathering, but to grab the chance to show friends how much fun it can be to have people in your home. Cooking for … Continue reading

Strawberry Pretzel Salad

Celebrity Resturant in Dallas drew in hundreds of ladies each day with this salad, which was served alongside chicken salad sandwiches.  With Mothers Day in 4 days, what better way to celebrate Mom, ( oh my, that’s me, I think I will make me a strawberry pretzel salad) with a delicious salad that is good … Continue reading

Strawberry Pie

The sunshine that is so gorgeous this time of year just makes me think of strawberry pie. Tonight several young moms are coming over here for dessert after they go for a massage. This is the MOPS ladies (mothers of preschoolers) that sit at my table on Wednesday mornings and I have just grown to … Continue reading