Lemon Fools may have a funny sounding name, but there is nothing funny about them. Other than how ridiculously easy they are to make.
Waffles…they’re not just for breakfast! Before I go into the recipe, I remembered a funny little story involving waffles that I wanted to share. Many years ago, when we lived in Germany, I was babysitting a friend’s little girl. They had some sort of very-early-in-the-morning appointment, so she just spent the night and stayed…
Now I know that technically this isn’t a “pie” because it doesn’t exactly have a crust. Instead it has a bed of chocolate cookie crumbs. And that, is heaven.
I’m going to share a little trick with you. Sometimes I like making a casserole, but the thought of opening a can of those semi-solid, not quite a liquid masses of congealed….stuff – and adding it into something we are going to eat, is quite unappealing. So I am going to share with you how…
One of the most common questions I see about eggs are How to make a hard boiled egg? and How can you tell if an egg is good? Today I’ll help you out with that.
When this lovely dish starts cooking, it smells like the holidays. With the sweetness of the orange and maple, and the evergreen-like scent of the rosemary, you’ll love the warmth it brings to your kitchen.
This is a very thick and hearty soup, great for cooler weather, and very “stick-to-your-ribs.” It is wonderful served with a nice crusty bread.
The name of these cookies might seem a bit contradictory, but it perfectly describes these cookies. They are rich in flavor, with molasses, and lots of spices. Yummy winter cookies.
We don’t “fry” foods around here very often, so we feel like we can splurge on something like this once in a while. All things in moderation. Picnic Chicken is great on the table, and great the next day in a sandwich too…assuming you have any leftovers. In a flat dish, combine parmesan cheese… Bread…