Decades of Decadence Collection Recipes
This Southern classics name is a bit of a mystery, but the story goes that when asked what kind of pie the inventor made, she said 'jes pie' and culinary history was made.
This recipe celebrates the beginning of summer with all the luscious flavors you expect from this all-time favorite dessert, but in a healthier and easier way.
This iconic cookie, which has been around for almost a century, has become a symbol of New York City as it is still found in just about every deli and many bake-shops there.
This classic cake was made famous by womens magazines after canned pineapple became available in slices.
War cake, popularized in the U.S. during World War II, is made without eggs or milk, which were hard to get at the time. The recipe has stuck around all these years because it is moist, chocolaty and a cinch to make.
This minty ice cream cookie pie is sure to be a big hit with the whole family and it's very easy to make. Using canola oil in the crust and reduced fat ice cream or frozen yogurt in the filling makes