TRY YOUR HAND AT A CLASSIC RECIPE!
Traditional Homemade Apple Pie is a pure delight at any time of year. With plump juicy apples, light flaky crust and a hint of cinnamon, this pie is everything you love about home cooking. Try baking this taste of Chautauqua and wait for the compliments to roll in!
This recipe was contributed by Gayl Gray and shared in “Chautauqua Porches: A Centennial Cookbook 1898-1998.”
A big, juicy serving serving of brisket the whole family can enjoy! This recipe may take up most of your Sunday, but trust us; it is more than worth it. Don’t forget the liquid smoke!
This recipe was contributed by Helen D. Wingfield and shared in “Chautauqua Porches: A Centennial Cookbook 1898-1998.”
Cool off with this fruitful summer delight. A little bit of apricot, pineapple and orange juice, mixed with champagne and brandy (for the adults only!) and you’ve got the perfect beverage for a warm August day.
This recipe was contributed by Virginia S. Smith and shared in “Chautauqua Porches: A Centennial Cookbook 1898-1998.”