Green "Love Apple" Pie
2 9-inch pie crusts
3 cups green tomatoes, chopped into 1/2 inch pieces
1 Tablespoon apple cider vinegar
Toss together and let stand 10-15 minutes.
In another bowl, combine:
2 teaspoons cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon nutmeg
(or your favorite apple pie spices)
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup white sugar
1/2 cup brown sugar
2 - 5 Tablespoons flour or cornstarch, as necessary for juciness of tomatoes
Combine green tomatoes and dry ingredients, and stir until well distributed. Pour into bottom crust, put top crust on, sprinkle with sugar if desired (I use a combo of sugar and cinnamon), cut vents, and bake at 375 degrees for 40-45 minutes (or until a toothpick inserted in center comes out tacky, not wet)
Wonder if one could freeze it unbaked for later? Or even baked....anyone tried to freeze something like this?
Tuesday, September 02, 2014
Monday, September 01, 2014
David Ray Pritchard
David Ray Jones Pritchard passed away August 24, 2014 at the age of 54 years. He was born October 31, 1959 to Margaret Pritchard Jones and Robert Jean Jones who preceded him in death. He was raised by his maternal grandparents, Dave & Audra Pritchard, who adopted him and raised him as their own, who also preceded him in death.
David was employed by Tyson foods for most of his adult life where he met and worked with people who later became friends and colleagues.
He is survived by one son, Ethan David Pritchard of California; sister, Jeri Newberry of Green Forest, AR; a niece, Stacia Reed of Herriman, UT; a nephew, Cody Newberry of Draper, UT; one uncle Dale Pritchard of Berryville, AR; numerous other family members and friends. He will be greatly missed by those who knew him best.
Memorial service will be announced at a later date. Service arrangements were made with Nelson Funeral Service. Online condolences may be sent to the family at nelsonfuneral.com
Friday, August 29, 2014
BREAST AND 12 YEARS OLD
I sure the only person in our family to have less breast at 12 years old than me was my sister Fleta.
I was as flat as a pan cake when I was 12 years old . to make matters worse was my mother's sister Hetty Mae who would put daddy's Jersey milk cow to shame.
I would wear my coat to cover up my towel chest and then go around all day unable to read because I couldn't see over my fake titties.
I don't think any of my sisters had the problems growing up as I did. At least there was 3 of them and I always was by my self except for 2 brothers.
I really did envy the 3 sister growing up together.
I know they had some happy times when they were young.
uncle Truman had boys and I had two brothers so during the 12 to 16 age I spent trying to find out where the boys were hiding from me. aunt Francis would give me lectures about I was a girl and shouldn't be hanging around the boys. The problem was if I couldn't play with the boys I couldn't play with anyone.
If you read this and think I didn't have a happy childhood you would be right until I learned to read for pleasure and then the whole world opened up for me.
Frances read for pleasure so when I found what fun reading was in her attic where she hid all her book I would spend all my time up stairs reading at her house. I don't think Aunt Francis liked me very well . She spent a lot of time criticizing me. she tried to get daddy to get after me and when that didn't work she would criticize me her self. She would try to get daddy to get on me and when he wouldn't she would give me a talking too. she would lay out a plan to mama about what she ought to say and do about me but that was a lost cause with mama as long I as I took care of the babies mama was happy with me.
I was thinking the other day about those years. There was mama, daddy, Richard , Clayton and me now I am the only one left. oh, well take from a skinny girl that got fat and grew titties except for Fleta Mae who I don't think ever grew titties.
Aunt FRANCES HAD THE BOOK FOREVER AMBER which I wanted to read but couldn't find a copy any where, I found where she hid the book and I would read a chapter or 2 before she came up to see what I was reading. I could only read for a chapter or so and then I would have to put it back before she came up to see what I was reading. Anyway I read for ever amber in aunt Frances's attic. only me and Frances knew where the good books were hid in her attic..I have wished I had told her that I read for ever amber in her attic
She read the modern romance magazine and I would read them while I was waiting for a chance to read another chapter in Forever Amber.I really had a had time getting reading material I read all of Mrs. Stones books and aunt Frances, Grandma POWELL'S BOOKS AND ANYONE ELSE I knew that read. I have walked 10 miles to get a book to read.
Thursday, August 28, 2014
lesson here is you may have your self primped up to look good but still be old. SHE LOOKS YOUNGER THAN HER DAUGHTER.
MOTHER AND DAUGHTER