When a family dinner rolls (maybe a wee bit of pun intended) around, where the main meat is turkey, it’s mandatory to have dinner buns. Dinner buns are the basis for midnight turkey sandwiches! And for those of you who
I went on a bit of cooking and baking bender this weekend. I start pulling out cookbooks and get in a mood where I want to try everything. Today’s experiment was a chocolate pecan pie from The Ghiradelli Chocolate Cookbook.
I love sausage gravy and biscuits. I’m pretty sure that I’ve mentioned before, but I love gravy or sauces. Turkey gravy, beef gravy, au jus, mushroom gravy, salad dressing, Indian sauces, the mysterious space Swiss Chalet sauce, etc. If I
I popped into a second-hand book store the other day on search for a book that our pupper had gotten hold of. They didn’t have the book I was looking for, so I wandered over to the cookbooks section. I
Going to add pie / square crusts to this post so they are all in one spot. 🙂 Elsie was my mother-in-law, and she loved to bake. She was constantly making pies and squares. Needless to say her pie crust
I love lemon desserts and so does a friend of ours, whose birthday was this month. Due to the whole quarantine situation we couldn’t celebrate in-person. As I knew she loved lemon sweets, I decided to make a lemon pound
I’m constantly asking the Hubby what he’d like me to bake/cook for him. And for the last few days he’s requested peanut butter cookies. I’d ask him for the umpteenth time what he wants me to make and he’d tell
I originally had a different recipe up for honeycomb (seafoam) from a time when I was watching an episode of The Incredible Spice Men, on which they were making chocolate and cardamom mousse cake with honeycomb. But due to the