Swedish death cleaning? WHAT is that?! That's what I said to myself when I stumbled upon an article and several YouTube videos about this new way to declutter. It looked fascinating and a bit terrifying. I've moved from a 1400 sq. ft. home to 3820 sq. ft. - I've got some "stuff". Then there are … Continue reading Swedish Death Cleaning
1920's Young "Mother Hubbard's" Baking Day Booklet As promised two articles ago, I am going to give you some lovely recipes from the 1920's Young "Mother Hubbard's" Baking Day. Marie Cole Fisher seems to be "handing off the baton" to the "new", young "Mother Hubbard" as they busily examine some muffins. I searched high and … Continue reading Young “Mother Hubbards” Baking Day Recipes
Friends! In my haste to you have contact me at my email, I instead gave you my website. Ha! You could have snooped around and found my email from the site, which was not my intention. So, let's give this another shot! If you have any suggestions about what recipes you'd like to see or … Continue reading Young “Mother Hubbards” Baking Day: Part Two
If the title of my article has you wondering if I'm going to tell a story, you can rest easy, this isn't as story. This is actually a baking book. Hubbard Milling, Mankato, MN; seemingly had the genius idea to ride the notoriety coattails of the nursery rhyme "Old Mother Hubbard". Hubbard Milling Company invented … Continue reading Young “Mother Hubbards” Baking Day
If you missed my last article on Amish Friendship Bread, you can check that out here. As I was researching and talking with friends who have been experimenting with their Amish Friendship Bread, I stumbled upon a "potato flake" Amish Friendship Bread starter. You're probably scratching your head, wondering why someone would want to use … Continue reading AMISH FRIENDSHIP BREAD: Part Two
Right at this very moment, I'm quite sure there are a few of you holding your breath. Did she just say "Amish Friendship Bread?" Some of you ran to your front door, locked it, pulled the shades, and have given your children strict orders "DO NOT ANSWER THE DOOR". You've got zero time for the … Continue reading AMISH FRIENDSHIP BREAD
As promised, today I deliver to you 3 more doughnut recipes! I hope you've had time to try last week's recipes, but if not, here is your chance to be inspired. The spring-like weather alone is so inspirational. I feel like I could clean my entire home! Well, that was a motivational thought... now back … Continue reading Doughnuts: Part 2
One of the VERY BEST advantages of living in Edgerton, Minnesota is the Edgerton Bakery! Deliciousness awaits your arrival, and don't be late because the "early bird" gets the choice doughnuts. Now, you may be asking yourself "Did I just see her misspell donuts as doughnuts?" Well... you would be WRONG! Because doughnuts is the … Continue reading Doughnuts!
In part two of Politically Correct Food (Part One here), we will highlight some of the ladies who represented "Aunt Jemima's" over the years.
Months back, I had read a wonderful, heartwarming story about Aunt Jemima®; the ladies who represented the Aunt Jemima brand. I noted this to myself and decided that I wanted to write an article about these ladies. Unfortunately, food is now on the list of "wokeness", and the "politically correct left" have made their mark … Continue reading Politically Correct Food: Aunt Jemima