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Sunday, April 26, 2015

Recipe Week [P7] -- Shredded Wheat and Strawberries

We saved the oldest postcard and easiest dish to prepare for your Sunday ... Shredded Wheat and Strawberries ... Enjoy!

"A food to grow on, to work on, to live on."

Niagara Falls, New York -- "The Home of Shredded Wheat"

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16 comments:

  1. I would have sliced up those strawberries, but otherwise it's exactly a dish I've had many a time in the past. Thanks, John, for the reminder. :-)

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  2. I love strawberries and milk in the summer,
    it's a nice cool meal.
    But I would not add the wheat and certainly
    not warm it :))

    Have a fine Sunday!
    Tinna ✐

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  3. Hello John, I am enjoying your series on the recipe cards..I love strawberries. This is an easy recipe. Have a happy Sunday!

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  4. O thanks John, that is a cute recipe. I love strawberries. And warm biscuits ... mjammie!

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  5. Oh I eat shreddies didnt know they originated in America!

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  6. I love strawberries and this is a lovely card, John!

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  7. I really like strawberries, not so much shredded wheat. : )

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  8. I haven't had shredded wheat for a long time. I wonder if they still sell it.

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  9. Looks like a good breakfast to me :)

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  10. That does look very tasty.Hope you will have a great week.

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  11. It looks very good. It is only in recent years that I started adding strawberries to my cold cereals. I always used banana but strawberries are one of my fav fruits. Have a great week ahead John!

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  12. I love that cereal . With brown sugar and milk.

    Healthy fiber breakfast.

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  13. This reminds me of the illustrations in one of my great great grandmother's cookbooks which my Grandma passed down to me. It is something else how people used to go to so much trouble just to make recipes look nice! We eat frosted mini wheats often, but a while back Papa was telling us about these shredded wheat biscuits which he used to eat as a child. We did find them in the store, and gave them a try. But I still prefer my frosted mini-wheats! Maybe I should have tried the biscuits as suggested, warm with strawberries!

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