Monday, July 2, 2012

Has that Betty Feezor blog left you "hungry" for more?

In case you were a little "hungry" after reading about the remarkable life of Betty Feezor, then here is "dessert," if you will.
Listed below is one of Betty's famous, mouth-watering recipes: her personal take on the famous brownie.

Here are the ingredients:

1 cup margarine (melted in a sauce pan)
2 cups sugar
2 eggs
2 cups flour
½ cup cocoa
1 tsp vanilla
nuts (optional at about ½ cup or to what you like)

Here's what to do with them:
Mix the melted margarine and sugar with a mixer. Add eggs one at a time. Mix in cocoa and then the flour. Then, use a spoon to mix in the nuts if you add those. Cook at 350 F for 13-20 minutes. 


Also included are two links to videos shared on Youtube that document the life of Mrs. Feezor. These videos were originally aired on WBTV. One offers a brief biography of Betty Feezor; the other is an actual taping of her famous show.

1.) This video was aired on WBTV on Feezor's 20th anniversary show, as well as on the night of her death in 1978. It lasts roughly six and a half minutes and is a tribute to Betty Feezor.

2.) The second video is an actual taping of the Betty Feezor show. In it, Feezor discusses many different things, from how to make a fashionable scarf as well as how to roast a holiday turkey and how to make a peanut butter pudding. There are four parts to the full-length video; attached is part one.

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