You are never too old to learn, which is what I was doing for some of the recipes for this show. Thankfully, many friends in the Hispanic community helped me learn to make the Tamales. So, join me in learning how to make a Mexican dinner.
Place oil & rice in a skillet and stir until a golden brown. Drain off some of the excess oil. Add cumin, water, onions, and carrots. Cover & cook with a tight-fitting lid (about 15 minutes). Add English peas and cover and cook another 5 minutes or until all of water is consumed.
1Head Red and Green Lettuceoptional Mixed lettuce rinsed, dried and torn
3-4cocktail tomatoescut in quarters
1English cucumberseeded and chopped
¼large red onionthinly sliced- spread apart
1miniature red pepperchopped (optional)
1miniature Yellow pepperchopped (optional)
1/2cupblack olivescut in half
Zest of one limeoptional
Chop or tear lettuce and put into the salad bowl,
Slice tomatoes in quarters add to salad, slice onion in thin strips add to the bowl,
Chop cilantro finely and add to salad. Cut olives in half, add seed peppers finely chopped, and add to the salad. Save the Feta cheese until serving.
To make the dressing, zest, and juice one lime. Add to a small bowl or small jar. Add the olive oil, cumin, black pepper, and sea salt. Mix well or shake the jar to mix. Refrigerate both dressing and salad unless you are serving immediately.
Once you are ready to serve, pour salad dressing over the salad mix. Top with the Feta cheese and serve.
Soak Ancho’s in a pot of water for 6-8 hours. Drain remove seeds and stems but reserve the liquid. Process the drained peppers in a blender with some of the liquid. Using a seive pour the mixture through the strainer and set aside.
Step 2: Meat
For this recipe, we will be using a hotpot to save time, however, you can use a crockpot or large pan and roast in the oven.
Add the pork, onions, salt/pepper, and water/stock to your hotpot. Set your temperature according to the manufacturer’s instructions for cooking pork shoulder.
Once the pork is done, remove from the liquid and either shred or cut into small pieces.
Next, in a large skillet, add cumin, the oil, minced garlic, (please note that I didn’t use garlic because of my allergy.), and meat. Once the garlic has cooked a few minutes, pour half of the Ancho mixture over the meat. Set it aside.
Step 3: Corn Shucks
Soak shucks in hot water.
Step 4: Masa Dough
Mix masa & grits with enough the pepper liquid & meat juice to be like a pie dough.
Step 5: Assemble and Cook
Spread masa-grit mixture on corn shucks. Then spoon some meat mixture on shucks. Roll shucks, folding bottom. Then place in a steamer on the rack (you can use a colander). Put the plate upside down at the bottom of a large roasting pan. Cook 30 to 40 minutes, until shucks loosen easily from tamale.
The Chef, You and I Show with Kathryn Raaker and Fr. Andrew Umberg. On this show, they prepare some of Father Umberg’s favorite recipes. The first is Brussels sprouts with bell peppers and steak with hoisin sauce. Next, we prepare fried rice with shrimp. Lastly, we make an arugula salad with orange glaze dressing.
Assemble walnuts, orange zest. Heat oil, add the orange zest or splinters until it bubbles, then remove from heat. Add Balsamic Vinegar to the mixture. Pour into a bowl to cool. Put the mixture into the refrigerator until ready to serve on the Arugula.
Add Arugula to Bowl, Then Add one package of Stevia to the Balsamic and Oil Mixture. Fluﬀ the
Arugula in the Bowl, then Spoon on Dressing, add Raisins and Nuts, Toss, then top with arugula and
Father Andrew’s Steak with Brussel Sprouts Red Peppers
8 to 10oz-Bag Fresh Brussel Sprouts
2Small Steakssliced thin
1LargeRed Bell Peppersliced into strips, and then cut in half
Prep: Slice nob off the Brussels sprouts, then cut quarters. Grill steaks and slice thin.
In a Wok, heat oil and butter. When the butter is melted, add finely chopped onions -sweat the onions. Next, add the Brussel Sprouts and then Red Pepper. Once the Brussels sprouts are tender, stir in steak pieces, add Hoisin Sauce, and reduce the heat to a simmer. Serve on rice or with Fried Rice with shrimp and vegetables.
For Valentine’s Day this year, I am making my B & B Chicken, Red Velvet Cupcakes, and some special Valentine’s Day cocktails.
Year’s ago, when we were on holiday, we went cross-country skiing with a group of friends. Unfortunately, I fell and broke my arm, but it was my day to cook, and I wouldn’t let a broken arm stop me from cooking. That day I created my B & B Chicken, which I now make every year. So join me as I prepare a Valentine’s Day favorite along with some simple desserts and beverages. I want to thank my fabulous sponsors whose products I used to make this wonderful Valentine’s Day meal, Cornhusker Kitchen’s Duck Fat Spray and Beehealthy Honey.
Preheat oven to 350F and line 2 muffin pans with cupcake papers. Fill using a 1/4th cup scoop. Bake for 14-19 min. Frost with cool whip or a *honey cream cheese frosting.
*Honey Cream Cheese Frosting
½ cup unsalted butter, room temperature
8 oz cream cheese, room temperature
¼ cup honey
½ tsp vanillaBe sure your butter and cream cheese is at room temperature before mixing (Do NOT use whipped cream cheese)Using a stand mixer with the wire beater (if you don't have a stand mixer, you can use a hand mixer, just make sure it is fluffy before adding honey), whip the butter and cream cheese until fluffy. Be sure to scrape down the sides of the bowl. Next add honey. Mix again until fluffy. Lastly, add pure vanilla extract and mix until incorporated.
6miniature pepperscleaned and cut into strips or diced
5.25ozDiced Pimientosapprox. 3/4th of a 7 oz jar
2cans - Cream of Chicken Soup(10.75 oz cans)
2cans Cream of Mushroom Soup(10.75 oz cans)
15button mushroomssliced or chopped
10ozbag frozen sweet peas15 oz can of sweet peas, drained.
16-20ozHalf and Half
6Pepperidge Farms Pastry Puffs Shellsbaked as directed on package
Bring the Stock and water to a boil and reduce to simmer. Add chicken to liquid and cover for 15 min. Remove from liquid and cut into cubes or shred.
Remove breasts and cool to room temp.
Pre heat oven to 425° F and Bake pastry shells on a cookie sheet on the middle rack bake for 18 to 25 minutes until light brown.
Chop chicken breasts into bite size pieces.
Slice or dice cleaned peppers and set aside
In a medium low heat, melt butter in a large skillet and sauté the sliced mushrooms until lightly brown. Note: do not crowd the mushrooms or they will not brown.
Next add the chicken, sour cream, cream of mushroom soup, cream of chicken soup, lemon pepper seasoning, miniature peppers, diced Pimiento and B&B. Blend all ingredients together then slowly add half & half to the mixture.
Cook chicken mixture for about 35 to 40 minutes on low heat, stirring frequently.
2cupssalad greensI used romaine torn into bite sized pieces
salt and pepper
Feta Cheese crumbled
Combine greens, strawberries, and Almonds
In a small bowl or jar combine oil, brown sugar, vinegar, honey, and Dijon mustard.
Taste and adjust to your preference, add freshly ground black pepper. Combine dressing with salad and add crumbled Feta cheese on the top of Salad. Add salt as needed. Remember that Feta is naturally salty.
The Chef, You and I Show with Kathryn Raaker watch her as she prepares some interesting dishes that include honey provided by Bee Healthy Honey Farms, Inc. Kathryn’s first recipe was Pork Loins with her new Garlic-Free Honey Barbeque. Next, she prepared Spicy Ground Beef Rice Bowls, adding honey to the meat. Next, she made Asian Salad with Dressing made with Honey. These recipes were all straightforward and Healthy. Thanks to our sponsors, 360 pans, Corn Huskers Gourmet Duck Fat Spray, and our newest sponsor, Bee Healthy Honey Farms, Inc.
In this installment of The Chef You and I, Kathryn Raaker prepares Polish Dishes from her family from years ago. In addition, Kathryn makes an excellent Roasted Grapes and Olive Bruschetta with Goat cheese. Watch as Kathryn makes her Grandmother Bochenek’s Polish Potato Salad, a classic Polish Beet soup, and finishes the meal with a Plum Polish Cake.
Adapted from a Recipe from my grandmother Stella Bochenek recipe & Barbara Rolek recipe
2 1/3cupsall-purpose flour
2 1/2tspbaking powder
1/2cup4 ounces unsalted butter, room temperature
2large eggsroom temperature
10small to medium fresh plums I used Purple small Plums halvedpitted
3Tbspcold unsalted buttercut into pieces
½cupcrushed walnuts or almonds
Lightly coat a 13 x 9-inch baking dish with cooking spray. I used Cornhuskers Gourmet Duck Fat Spray.
In a large bowl, combine the flour, baking powder, salt, and 1 to ½ cup of sugar
Add the room-temperature butter, milk, and eggs. Beat with a hand mixer at medium speed for 4 minutes or until all of the ingredients combine. Pour the batter into the prepared pan. Position the plum halves on top, cut side up, pushing them down slightly into the batter.
Cut the remaining 1/4 cup of sugar and the cloves into 3 tablespoons of cold butter until crumbs form. Sprinkle it over the plums. Bake the cake on the center oven rack for about 40 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in several places comes out clean.
After it cools Sprinkle Confectionary Sugar on the whole cake and cut into squares.
In this episode of The Chef, You and I Show, Kathryn prepares some Fall appetizers. Kathryn would like to welcome one of her newest sponsors, GrillLIIGHT as well as Cornhuskers Gourmet Duck Fat Spray. Her first recipe is a Fall Charcuterie Board courtesy of the Washington Apple Commission, Apple Harvest Charcuterie Board. Next, she prepares a yummy Chicken Cranberry Salad and Fresh fruit Grape Salad. Finally, Kathryn prepares Grilled Onion and Swiss Flatbread.
In a medium bowl. mix together mayonnaise and paprika. Blend in dried cranberries. celery, green onion, and nuts. Add chopped and gently blend. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Cover and refrigerate at least 1 hour. Served on Croissant’s or Thin Bread
Original from Costco and Recipe from Cathy Roma (whatshouldimakefor.com)
2sweet onionspeeled and sliced into rounds
2flatbread8-inch rounds, such as naan
7ozSwiss cheese10 slices
Heat a grill to medium-high
Spray the onion slices with Cornhuskers Gourmet Duck Fat Spray. Season lightly with salt and pepper. Grill the onions until softened and browned on both sides, flipping once. Remove to a plate.
Brush both sides of the flatbread with Cornhuskers Gourmet Duck Fat Spray sprinkle with salt and pepper. Lay the flatbread on the grill, and grill for 1 to 2 minutes. Remove the flatbread from the grill and top (on the grilled side) with cheese, onions (breaking up the rounds), add honey and thyme. Season lightly with salt and pepper.
Turn off one side of the grill, keeping other side on medium-high. Place the topped flatbreads on the cool side of the grill; close the top. Grill until the flatbread is golden and toasted around the edges and the cheese is melty, about 3 to 4 minutes.
Drizzle with remaining sprinkle with chives and a pinch of salt. Slice and serve.
I sprayed Cornhuskers Gourmet Duck Fat Spray on the onions and used a piece of aluminum Foil on the grill, and sprayed it with Cornhuskers Gourmet Duck Fat Spray, also.
Join Kathryn as she prepares great food with pork and recipes from Circle B Ranch and Marina’s Kitchen to serve to her guests. First, on the menu, Kathryn prepares a simple but delicious Pork Scaloppini with Mushrooms and Marsala. Next, Kathryn prepares Italian Herb Lemon Pork Cutlets. Lastly, she finishes the menu with her favorite Caprese salad with fresh Tomatoes and Mozzarella cheese. It was a delicious dinner, made better because she used her favorite cooking spray, Cornhuskers Kitchen Gourmet Duck Fat, and prepared the food using her pans from 360 Cookware.
Permission From Marina’s Kitchen -Original recipe from Lida’s Italy
1Poundor a little more Circle B Ranch boneless center-cut pork loin
2teaspoonscoarse sea salt or kosher saltor to taste
Freshly ground black pepper to taste
1/2cupall-purpose flour or more
6Tablespoonsextra-virgin olive oilor more if needed
5Tablespoonsbutteror more if needed
2Tablespoonsfinely chopped shallots
2cupssliced fresh mushroomslarge white Mushrooms
1cuplight stockchicken, turkey, or vegetable broth, or more if needed
2Tablespoonschopped fresh Italian parsley
Trim the pork loin, leaving only a thin layer of fat, and cut it crosswise into twelve equal slices. Using a meat mallet (or other heavy implement), flatten and spread the slices into scaloppine about 1/4 inch thick. Season lightly on both sides with salt and freshly ground pepper. Dredge the scaloppine in the flour, coating both sides, and shake off the excess.
Meanwhile, put 4 Tablespoons of the olive oil and 2 Tablespoons of the butter in the skillet, set over medium-high heat. When the butter begins to bubble, lay four or more scaloppine in the skillet – as many as can lie flat without crowding – and let them sizzle in place until the underside is opaque and tinged with brown, about 3 minutes. Flip them over and color the second side for a couple of minutes; then lift out the slices, let the fat drain off, and put them on a platter. Add a bit more olive oil and/or butter to the skillet if it seems dry, and fry the rest of the scaloppine in the same way.
When all of the pork is browned, pour off the frying oil but leave any crusty caramelization in the skillet. Put in the remaining 2 Tablespoons of olive oil and 3 Tablespoons of butter, and return to medium-high heat. When the butter is foaming, drop in the shallots and sage leaves, and cook, stirring for a minute. Scatter the sliced mushrooms in the pan, season with 1/2 teaspoon salt, and stir continuously as the mushrooms sizzle and start to release their juices. Cook, tossing and stirring, until the moisture has evaporated and the mushroom slices are shrunken, soft and caramelized, 6 minutes or more.
Pour in the Marsala, raise the heat, and stir until it boils. Let the wine bubble and reduce for a minute or two, then stir in the stock. Bring to a boil, and cook at a gentle bubbling pace until the sauce is slightly viscous but loose, about 5 minutes. Season to taste with salt and freshly ground pepper.
One by one, slide the scaloppine into the simmering sauce, and pour in any juices accumulated on the platter. Shake the pan, spoon sauce over the scaloppine, and flip them over once or twice, until they are heated through and glistening with sauce on both sides. If the sauce is too dense to coat all the meat, loosen it with a bit of stock. Turn off the heat, sprinkle the parsley all over, and serve.
Kathryn Raaker makes grilling easy with Circle B Marina’s Kitchen recipes for Coffee Molasses Marinated Pork Chops* (*Please note, the recipe calls for fresh thyme, not dill), and Blackberry Cobbler, Chef Kathryn’s Cucumber Appetizer, Grilled Potatoes, and Sweet Onions, Fresh Watermelon salad, and a fresh Summer Fruit Tart. Our sponsors make this show possible, so please visit Corn Huskers Duck Fat Spray, vaporless cooking with American-made pans from 360 Cookware, and the amazing sustainable pork from Circle B and Marina’s Kitchen (BTW, did you know it is also Keto, Gluten-Free, and Nitrite-Free?) Healthier food for Healthy Grilling.
My recipe for Garlic-free Lemon pepper is below.
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Permission to use Recipe Provided by Circle B Ranch and Marina Kitchen
3/4cupstrongly brewed coffeecooled
6-7sprigs fresh thyme
2Tbspapple cider vinegar
2Tbspminced garlicfresh or jarred -Optional
1/2tealemon pepper seasoning
4Circle B Ranch pork chops1 inch thick, bone-in
Start by brewing coffee. You want it strong, but not too bitter as the bitterness will cause the chops to be bitter. Set aside 3/4 cup to be cooling while you whip up the marinade.
Why should you marinate? Four good reasons include enhancing the meat’s flavor, keeping the meat moist and juicy, creating a beautiful, crisp crust on the meat, and improving overall health by reducing unhealthy HCAs (possible carcinogens created when meats are cooked at high temperatures). The next eight ingredients make up part of the marinade, so mix them together before adding the cooled coffee.
Next, and this is very important, do not use all of the marinade for the meat! You will be using a portion to make a glaze to put on right before serving, so don’t use it all or you will have to make more. Simply remove 1/2 cup of the marinade and place it into a zip top bag. Then insert the pork chops, seal the bag and give it a good squish. Place in the fridge (I like to put it in a bowl or pan so that it doesn’t move around too much) for at least two hours. If you can let it go overnight, the flavors get even richer. Place the remaining marinade-that-will-become-a-glaze in a covered container in the fridge until needed.
About twenty minutes before you put your pork chops on the grill, pull out your leftover marinade and place it in a saucepan. You want to cook this on medium heat until it reduces by half, roughly 10-15 minutes. Remove the thyme stems before using. Turn off or keep on low until ready to use.
When it’s grilling time, preheat your grill to medium-high heat. Then use some oil-soaked paper towel to oil your grill a little. I find it helpful to grip the paper towel with tongs to avoid getting burned, setting things on fire and the like. You just don’t want those pork chops getting stuck. Grill 3-4 minutes per side until they reach doneness and an internal temperature that you prefer. Typically, this is 145 degrees for medium rare and 160 degrees for medium. Then place the meat on a plate to rest for approximately five minutes before spooning the glaze over the chops.
If you would prefer to broil instead of grill these delicious chops, broil 4-5 inches from the heat source for 4-5 minutes per side.
Preheat oven to 375°. Stir together blackberries and sugar in a medium bowl. Let stand 25 minutes or until some liquid is released and sugar turns pink. Whisk together flour and next 3 ingredients in a medium bowl. Stir in melted butter until blended. Spread batter in an ungreased 8-inch square pan. Spoon blackberry mixture over batter; sprinkle with cinnamon. Bake at 375° for 45 to 50 minutes or until bubbly and golden brown. Serve warm with whipped cream. You can also serve this with Vanilla Ice Cream. Enjoy!
Toss together the watermelon, mozzarella, basil, green onion, blueberries, and olive oil. Season with salt and pepper. Serve on a bed of mixed greens or Arugula. Drizzle your favorite Balsamic vinegar on the top and serve.
Recipe from the Costco Connection – Author Jeanine Donofrio LoveofLemons .com
6ozGraham Craker Crumbsor 9 Graham Crackers
28 ozcream cheesesoften to room temp (You can microwave 30 to 40 seconds to soften)
⅔cuppowderedadd another ⅓ cup if necessary
2 to 3tspLemon Zest
1large lemonjuiced, you will need 2 Tbsp lemon juice
2ripe Nectarinespitted and sliced
¼ to ⅓cupcashewsraw and unsalted
Line the bottom of a 9-inch Tart pan with circular parchment paper use a Tart pan that has removable bottom. To Prepare the crust of I used Graham Cracker Crumbs and I added to that the Coconut oil, brown sugar and cashews, lemon juice or limoncello and salt do this in a food processor just for a 10 to 15 seconds if you are using 9 Graham Crackers then pulse altogether the ingredients.
Press the mixture into prepared pan and using the back of the measuring cup press it firmly onto the bottom and completely up the sides of the tart pan. Freeze for 30 minutes. Prepare the filling: In a high-speed blender, combine the cream cheese, powdered sugar, cashews, lemon juice or limoncello, zest and vanilla extract; blend until creamy. Spread the filling onto the crust. Refrigerate the tart overnight. Top with nectarines and raspberries’ and serve. 8 Servings
½cupLemon Zestabout 9 small lemons (Only the yellow part of the lemon)
2 ½TbspGround Black PepperFresh ground is best.
1tspGround Himalayan or Kosher salt(NuSalt is a good alternative if you are on low salt diet)
Zest 9 lemons on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper. Spread out the zest with a fork then put in a 170-degree (or the warm setting) pre heated oven for about 30 minutes. Let it cool completely and then add all ingredients together and put it in an airtight container.
Freeze Those Lemons
Remember to save those lemons! Just pop them into a freezer bag and when you are ready to use one, just thaw it in the refrigerator the day before. Then juice as normal. Great way to preserve any citrus when they are in season.
The Chef You and I Show with Kathryn Raaker & Terry Young as they prepare Kathryn’s recipe for her favorite from England – Shepherd’s Pie. They also prepared a Greek salad with glazed carrots and mini pies for dessert.
Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil. Add potatoes and cook until tender but still firm, about 18 minutes. Drain and mash. Mix in butter, and sour cream and add egg yolk and mix into the potatoes. Season with salt and pepper to taste; set aside. Heat oil in a large frying pan. Add onion and cook until clear. Add ground beef and cook until well browned. Pour off excess fat, then stir in flour and cook 1 minute. Add Beef Gravy, tomato paste and tomatoes. Stir into the mixture then add shredded carrots and peas Bring to a boil, reduce heat and simmer for 5 minutes. Spread the ground beef mixture with carrots and peas in an even layer on the bottom of a 2-quart casserole dish. We used a 360 Pan from Oven to table Top with the mashed potato mixture under Broiler and let potato mixture become light brown take out and top with shredded cheese.
Chef Kathryn Americano Greek Salad and her own dressing
3cupsromaine lettuce -pre-washed and torn into bite size pieces
1cuphalved cherry tomatoes
1/2cupsweet onioncut into thin slivers
1/2cupblack olives -pitted
1/4cupfeta cheese crumbles
¼cuplemon olive oil
¼cup fig balsamic vinegar
Into a medium size serving bowl the following: Torn lettuce leaves, chopped cucumber, cherry tomatoes, sweet onion black olives and shake the dried oregano on top then mix all ingredients and top with Feta Cheese.
In this episode of “The Chef, You, and I,” Kathryn gives you ideas for a special Valentine’s Day menu. Recipes include Tomato Mozzarella Appetizer, Sausage stuffed Mushrooms, and Marinated Pork Chops with Lemon Pimento Asparagus. Kathryn prepares a light Angel Food dessert with Strawberries and Raspberries for dessert.
8ozfresh mozzarella cheesecut into 1/4-inch slices
2TbspExtra Virgin Olive Oil*
4 to 6Leaf Lettuce Piecesbutter is good, but any leafy lettuce is okay.
2Tbspfresh basil leaveschopped
Freshly ground pepper
Arrange the Lettuce in an outer circle around a Round Dinner Plate. Arrange a slice of Mozzarella Cheese in Center of the plate and starting from the top of lettuce leaf add slice of cheese then add slice of tomato alternating cheese and then tomato slice do this until you reach the other side of the plate. Mix Lemon Olive oil and Balsamic Vinegar and pour over the tomato and mozzarella cheese. Finally, sprinkle the chopped Basil leaves on each slice of tomato and cheese. Serve as an appetizer or as a side dish with the main meal.
*Note: Extra Virgin Lemon Olive Oil is a nice substitute
Ground Kosher Salt and Ground Peppercorns to taste
Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.
Clean mushroom caps: Remove stems from mushrooms and use a spoon to scrape out the gills. Arrange mushroom caps on a baking sheet, brush with olive oil and season with salt and pepper. Set aside.
In a sauté pan over medium heat, brown the sausage. Remove from pan. Add 1 tablespoon olive oil. When hot, add the onions season with salt and pepper. Add all ingredients fresh parsley and basil, sauté for 30 seconds. Add the Add the sausage back into the pan, stir. Simmer for at least 10 minutes to let flavors combine.
Spoon sausage mixture into the mushrooms, top with shredded cheese. Bake for 15 minutes, or until cheese is melted and mushrooms are tender. Finish under the broiler for 1-2 minutes to brown cheese, if desired.
MARINA’S PORK MARINADE WITH MARINA’S CRANBERRY CHUTNEY
PERMISSSION WAS GIVEN TO USE MARINA’S RECIPES ON OUR TV SHOWS AND ON OUR WEB SITE
2Circle B Ranch Pork Chops
2TbspPeach Apricot Marmalade
2TbspMarina’s Cranberry Chutney
2Tbsplow salt soy sauce
2Tbspwhite wineshould be one you would drink
Salt and pepper to taste
Whisk all ingredients together and add salt and pepper. Pierce the Pork Chops with a fork then put the pork chops in a plastic bag. Pour the marinade into the bag and squish around so that it is fully incorporated into the meat. Marinade Pork chops for 1 hour or longer, Preheat the Oven to 375 Degrees. Take the Pork Chops out of Marinade and Pat Dry Then heat the Frying Pan up and Seare Meat on Both sides. Put the Pork Chops in a greased Pan I Added a little of the Marinade which I poured over the meat. Place in the pre-heated oven until the read thermometer reads 140 to 145 degrees. Place on Platter and Garnish.
Light Angel Food dessert with Strawberries and Raspberries
4 to 8Strawberriessliced (leave two strawberries whole for topper)
Angel Food CakeI used a store bought
8ozcarton of Light Cool Whip
First, break up two slices of Angel Food cake into small pieces. Next, put a couple of tablespoons of Cool whip into the bottom of the dish. The next layer is slices of strawberries and a few raspberries followed by some of the Angel Food cake on top. Repeat. For the final layer, add a thin layer of cool whip and in the middle place the whole Strawberry.