Rice Custard

With my birthday coming up in a couple of weeks, I decided it was time to make my all time favorite recipe again! So this week for our #LegacyCookingProject blog we are showing off my grandma’s Rice Custard! Rice custard is one of my favorite side dishes / desserts / breakfast ever! Okay, you probably […]

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Neopolitan Cremes

  I decided to make these for my moms birthday, but she beat me to it! So I just decided to make a batch and eat the WHOLE. DANG. PAN. myself. Yep, it happened. This is a favorite recipe of mine, and my grandma used to make it pretty often! As Coby describes these, they […]

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Harrold & Ruby go to Kinsey

  Kinsey is an unincorporated community just outside of Miles City in eastern Montana. It’s population is approximately 135 people. Harrold and Ruby moved to Kinsey in 1942 because of Roosevelt’s WPA (Works Progress Administration). My Papa (Larry) was pretty young at the time, only about 5. I asked him if he remembered anything about […]

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Hickey Cake- The Scanlan Tradition

I’m not sure about the rest of the Scanlan Clan, but in Larry’s family Hickey Cake is a summer tradition. Our side has an absurd amount of July birthdays, so every July we gotta make Hickey Cake! My grandma (Betty, Larry’s wife) always told us it was called Hickey Cake, because of the colors. The […]

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Great Grandma Ruby’s Cornbread

Harrold & Ruby Scanlan Written & researched by Patti Scanlan   Our Scanlan family story began August 9, 1899 with the birth of Harrold. Harrold was born in Fargo, North Dakota to Ole and Martha (Katie) Winger. A couple of weeks after Harrold was born, his mother passed away.¬†We are told that being newly widowed […]

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Jess’s Tropical Curd

Most people have had, or at least heard of , lemon curd! Well, using the leftovers from our Mothers Day Brunch, I made a wonderful tropical curd! It uses great citrus flavors, without the full tartness of the lemon curd. Curd can be used on: Scones (duh) On top of yogurt, with some berries and […]

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