A few weeks back I wrote to you about scones. I wanted to include a recipe for clotted cream and lemon curd. Now you perhaps are saying to yourself, "Why do I want anything that is a 'curd' or 'clotted' ?" Well wonder no more because lemon curd just isn't for scones, it also makes … Continue reading Lemon Curd and Clotted Cream
Well, friends, back on track from a small Prime Rib detour. Not a bad detour right? We return to discuss more Christmas baked goods, candies and confections. Grab a pen or pencil and a slip of paper because we have some yummy recipes to share. The following recipe is from allrecipes.com, with all credit due … Continue reading Christmas Baked Goods, Candies and Confections Part 2
So, what's cooking for Christmas? Glad you asked! What's cooking for Christmas is Prime Rib! Oh yes! Once a year this ole gal gets her best chef on and we fix prime rib. It's been a tradition since we moved here in 2008. Before we start, I must apologize to you. Last week I said … Continue reading What’s Cooking for Christmas?
I like to watch Food Network as time allows, but mostly I listen to Food Network as I hover around the house. All the holiday food shows and competitions making Christmas baked goods, candy and confections piqued my interest. So, to my recipe drawer, I went. I know you probably have a recipe box, drawer, … Continue reading Christmas Baked Goods, Candy, and Confections: Part 1
Oh man! Did someone just say delicious hot fudge? I love to make and eat hot fudge. My Grandma Grace Westra had a quick and simple 5 ingredient recipe for making a delicious hot fudge. This hot fudge became a staple at our holiday dessert table. If we have people bring dessert, we let my … Continue reading Delicious Hot Fudge
With the cold and flu season upon us. I thought it would be fun to find some amazing cold and flu remedies from yesteryear. So grab a pen and some paper (cause we are old school and proud of it!) and get ready to copy these dandies down. I remember when my mom and dad … Continue reading Remedies From Yesteryear
Fishing rods, baseball caps, and stuffed bears. This might sound to you like I am making a list at a thrift store or local Good Will, but I am not. These three items were the key ingredients for some hilarious, good, clean fun. It was a crisp fall evening and I could feel some mischief … Continue reading Fishing Rods, Hats, and Stuffed Bears
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kronigsberg at Pixabay With fall just around the corner, I thought it would be fun to share with you a few meatball recipes. I enjoy making meatballs. Reminds me of being a kid and playing with Play-Doh. I made many pretend meals with Play-Doh and enjoyed the fun of pretending. Meatballs are a fun go-to … Continue reading MEATBALL MANIA
I am basking in sheer joy, remembering all the fun of scaring my brother Jason. How do I even convey the merriment that resulted from all the planning and plotting? The quiet moments I patiently waited in his closet or under his bed. The restraint I mustard to crawl slowly into his room to scare … Continue reading The Joy of Scaring My Brother