Life is seldom boring on Trosky Road. Join me as I give you a slice of my American life.
I have had such fun looking up information, reading, and enjoying the recipes and nostalgia. But, like all good things, this too has come to an end.
We're taking the week off. Here's a fun Q & A post we did last summer 2019.
Edith Moore, cake baker extraordinaire delights you with some helpful winning cake secrets and tips.
McNess company has a rich history filled with baking and nostalgia.
It can probably be said that I was always sassily truthful in my younger years. I am probably lucky to have survived many a spanking from my dad's 2x4 hands as well as "long-distance" kicks to the seat of my pants from dad's Frankenstein size twelves. Can't believe I just said that Image by StockSnap … Continue reading Was That Supposed to Hurt?
It's rhubarb season! Enjoy some delicious recipes,
Here we are, bacon part two! If you missed last week's bacon article this week should make up for it. Bacon recipes are in this week's edition. It doesn't get any better than this. Throw out those M & M's in the candy dish and puts some fresh crisp bacon out! You'll probably have more … Continue reading Bacon Part Two
Bacon. Bacun. Rasher. Backe. All words used from around the world, throughout time to describe salted pork belly. Delicious, would describe how it tastes. I'm not alone in this love affair for bacon. I bet you enjoy bacon too. That crisp salty slice of pork right next to your eggs and toast. On top of … Continue reading Bacon
"Normal is really just a setting on your dryer". I find those words to be very true. But I want normal nonetheless.