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Iconic Bakery: The answer to what to do with all those zucchini

Here's what you can do with all those zucchini in your garden. Create a zucchini pie. This recipe is from the Bluffton Relay for Life Bluffton Community Cookbook II. Copies are on sale at Village Cut 'n' Curl, Cherry St.

ZUCCHINI PIE - From Audra Ream

1 c. cooked zucchini
1 c. sugar
1 egg
1 tbsp. flour
1 c. evaporated milk
1 1/2 tbsp. melted butter
1 tsp. vanilla

Drain the cooked zucchini and all ingredients together in a blender and mix well. Put in pie shell and sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar.


Iconic bakery: What to do with all the sweet corn?

Here's a seasonal recipe from the Liberty National Bank, Ada, cookbook.

Buttery-Onion Corn on the Cob
Recipe by Sue Zimmer, Ada

1/2 cup butter, melted
1 envelope onion soup mix
4 medium ears sweet corn, husks removed

In a small bowl, combined butter and soup mix; rub over corn. Place each ear of corn on a 12 by 10 inch piece of heavy-duty foil. Fold foil over corn and seal tightly.

Bake at 450 degrees for 15-20 minutes or until corn is tender, turning once. Serves 4.


Cool down with this easy no-bake Lemonade Pie recipe

The Icon discovered some great recipes in the "Ada Stands United Then and Now," cookbook. It was printed for the Ada sesquicentennial. Copies are available while they last in the Ada village office for $6 each.

We've selected something that doesn't require you to turn on the oven. Here you go. (And if you'd like to submit a recipe, simply send it to: info@blufftonicon.com



The Iconic Bakery begs you to submit your favorite recipe

Let's add "eating" to the list of death and taxes. Everyone pay taxes Everyone will eventually leave this earth...and everyone eats.

Back by popular demand, the Bluffton Icon launches "Iconic Bakery." In it we hope to provide recipes sent by Icon viewers.

Here's how it works:


Ravens or 49ers? Either way, here's some help with the party

If you are someone who cares about the Super Bowl on Sunday you might also be someone who invites friends over and calls it a party.

We at the Icon thought we could help.  Here is a list of helpful links to put together a fabulous football fiesta.

Real Simple has a nice check list here so you don't forget the basics.  


Jean's Fresh Cranberry Relish

Just a bit late for Thanksgiving - but we serve this with poultry and pork all year.
The texture and flavor are a perfect foil for the somewhat bland recipes often served for holiday season. My Grandmother Vanden Brink was the first person who I recall having made this recipe. She used her old hand grinder - attached to the side of the kitchen table - handle slowly turned, to prevent the squirting of those pesky cranberries.
The relish freezes well and keeps through several months.

Jean T. Long

Jean's Fresh Cranberry Relish