I don’t know why everybody doesn’t just make their own hot fudge. I takes less than 10 minutes, and if you are like me you usually have all the ingredients handy. (Im one of those old fashioned cooks who keeps evaporated milk handy just in case!) but if you don’t have it, milk or cream … More HOT FUDGE…..MAKE IT AT HOME!
If you are like me (and you know you are!) You are always coming up with recipes that leave you with something you don’t know what to do with! Eggs are one of those things…..I make Hollandaise in the microwave from a recipe I have been using since teaching microwave classes in the 70’s and … More Two Eggs…….Now what? Nuts for Hollandaise!
ANOTHER GREAT ONE FROM DANNIE!! I have to say I never even heard of this dish! Be honest, did you? But here it is. And here we were on Bachelor Night, eating another fabulous Mystery dessert from Southern Belle, Dannie. (Dannie, please move to Arizona……we could eat your food all day!) SODA CRACKER PIE 3 … More SODA CRACKER PIE WHAAAAAT?????
Debra brought this to our weekly Bachelorette Party last night. Since we are so close to Thanksgiving, I NEED to blog this ASAP. If you are a lover of Thanksgiving flavors, you will love this. My hubby likes pecan pie the best, and I like Pumpkin–not that I’d turn either one down. But this is … More PUMPKIN/PECAN Thanksgiving Dessert
Yesterday a friend asked me if I had a Sangria recipe. Of course I said yes, because I have been making Sangria for more than 30 years. But when I felt pinned down to come up with an actual ingredient list, I stuttered a little. You see, Sangria is one of those things you can … More SANGRIA….GOOD OLD SANGRIA. 3 WAYS
I make bread literally all year. I have some “Go To” rolls that I always make and I don’t even need a recipe, I’ve been making them for so long. But on Thanksgiving I go all out and make Parkerhouse. They are a little more difficult and have a couple more ingredients (egg, more butter). … More PARKERHOUSE ROLLS… nothing else to say!
Angela surprised us at Bachelorette last night with these cookies. I’ll be honest. While I love pumpkin pie at Thanksgiving, I am not necessarily crazy about a lot of other pumpkin products…..that is, until I took a bite of one of these! They are dee-lish! And they are a little “cakier” and softer than I … More PUMPKIN COOKIES… tis the season!
If you are familiar with my blog, You know that the Salad section is the least populated in the table of contents. But Jackie came over for dinner last night with the Swinging’ Singles. (That’s our widowed 3 neighbors, Scott, Shelley and Jackie, who are in their 70’s and 80’s who are more fun than … More LIKE SALAD? HERE’S A GOOD ONE! “FIESTA SALAD”
This is one of those things that is easy to make, but getting the beef tender while keeping the cabbage from getting sloppy and mushy is a little bit of a trick. One of my very favorite memories is dinner with our friends Alan and Susan several years ago on St. Patrick’s day. Susan did … More CORNED BEEF & CABBAGE–Happy St. Patrick’s Day…a day late!
We love ham at Christmas and Easter especially. But I always like to make some kind of topping and sauce for it, and especially if you serve rice or potatoes on the side you can drizzle the delicious juice over it. Here are two yummy choices, both easy and SO tasty! Bake the ham … More EASTER HAM? Make a topping. And use some jam!