(recipe after story.... and lots of pictures)
I have many wonderful memories of a FABULOUS grandmother, because my mother was a wise and gracious mother who shared us with her mother in law. She wanted us to have as many sources of wonderful healthy love in our life, as possible.
Something my grandmother always said, was, "Waste not. Want not." That was old fashioned talk for take care of and make good use of what you have, and you are not gonna LACK. Well, please don't take that euphemism to mean that she put her trust in people before God, because she did not. She was a vital witness for Christ to me, and she was priceless in value for the part she played in molding her grandchildren for Christ.
She lived through, in fact suffered through the GREAT DEPRESSION (edited Monday after my cousin Louis helped educate me).... the Great Depression was before the WAR EFFORT which was in support of WWII. During World War 2, rations were implemented. Did you know that during this time, SUGAR and I believe some other foods were rationed?? You could not purchase at a store unless you had your little book....
Bake 350* for 45 minutes.