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
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
"Rare Recipes and Budget Savers" compiled by Mr. Frank Good takes you back in time. I really enjoy reading this cookbook, as well as sharing recipes with people. Not only are they interesting, but they are historical and sometimes amusing. Life back one hundred years ago wasn't "easy peasy lemon squeezy"- you lived to work … Continue reading Recipes of Long Ago
I have mentioned before how I enjoy reading cookbooks before bed. Some of the best cookbooks are from times long forgotten. My friend Kristin shared with me an old favorite of hers. Recipes that are long forgotten along with wisdom and humor. Older than dirt I give full credit to the First Edition, 1961 publication … Continue reading Recipes Long Forgotten
Summer is here. Well... at least the calendar says it is, not so sure we would know that by the weather! But, being hardy Midwestern folk, we press on. I thought it would be fun to give you a few of my favorite summer recipes. We will start with dessert first, Lemon Brownies. These are … Continue reading A Few of My Favorite Summer Recipes
Writing New Year's resolutions inspires me and helps me grow. If I don't accomplish one, I don't get down on myself. I just add it to next year's list. This new year I wanted to inspire you to try one new dessert a month. I call it our "New Year New Dessert" challenge. Each month … Continue reading New Year New Dessert Challenge