Now there’s an interesting name.
Or as the kids like to call it, just regular pecan pie.
A frontier recipe that got popular when it wasn’t necessary anymore.
On a postcard trimmed to fit into the recipe box.
Uncooked berries held in a glaze thickened with gelatin and cornstarch.
It says cheese pie, but it’s not.
Canned apricots, cream, starch, and sugar.
Or any other kind of nut.
With cheddar cheese and evaporated milk.
With canned soup.
Possibly Pat Nixon?
With canned crab, mushrooms, and mozzarella or Swiss cheese.