Lib Vinson is one of my favorite people in the world.  She's Carolyn Vinson Nespoli's mom, and when we were
growing up, every time Carolyn was responsible for bringing a dessert or a dish to something at the church or
elsewhere, she always got her mom to make prune whip, and everybody loved it.

The only thing I didn't like about Mrs. Vinson's prune whip was the name.  It was almost as if they had focus
grouped a bunch of teenagers in the 1960's and asked them, "What's the grossest name for a dessert you can
think of?"  But I digress.

Like I said, everybody loved it--and her.


 4 egg whites beaten
 8 T sugar
 1 cup unsweetened chopped cooked prunes (I guess it's possible
    that such thing exists.)
1/2 cup chipped nuts


1.  Beat eggs, mix in sugar
2.  Add prunes and nuts.
3.  Bake at 350 degrees until brown.

Serve with whipped cream.