Yearly Archives: 2009

A couple of days ago, I made my favorite Whole Wheat Bread, that uses Molasses as one of the ingredients.  While kneading the bread dough, my mind drifted to one of my favorite cookies. When the bread was rising, I made these “oh so good” cookies.  One of the ingredients in this yummy cookie is molasses. I remember […]

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I posted this recipe some time ago, but noticed that for some reason it just didn’t post correctly, so I thought I’d better try it again.  I also make these cookies at least once every two weeks or so, because we all love them. Without a doubt, this cookie recipe is made far more than any […]

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The other day, I received a funny email from someone who subscribes to this crazy blog. This person noted that she loves my baking blog, but had a few questions. The first question was this: “Do you ever eat anything healthy?” The next question: “Your picture doesn’t make you look heavy…are you?” The third question: […]

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I don’t know why, but the cool fall air always encourages me to make Caramel Apples.  It might have something to do with the fact that apples, are plentiful and delicious this time of the year.  Some of you might shy away from making your own homemade caramel, but don’t be.  It’s super easy, and […]

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This is the easiest Cookie in the world to make, and one of the best! I’ve made several versions of Macaroons before, but bar none this simple little recipe is still the best of all. You only need four ingredients, one bowl and a spoon! If at all possible, use parchment paper on your cookie […]

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Many of you will think I’m NUTS for posting this! It’s not really even a recipe, but it still remains a family favorite. You don’t even have to go camping to enjoy foil dinners. We enjoy them several times a year. These foil dinners are quick, easy and always taste great. We are pretty plain […]

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Finally! I’ve been trying to post this for two hours now. Blogger just didn’t cooperate with me for some strange reason. Today has certainly been one of those days. Before I even got out of bed, my head was pounding. I get up with the birds along with my hard working husband, who leaves very early […]

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Graham Cracker Crust: 3/4 pound graham crackers 4 Tbsp. granulated sugar 2 sticks melted butter 1/4 tsp. sea salt *one viewer that made this pie, suggested using less butter, she felt there was too much in his recipe. Below, is an alternate Graham cracker pie crust recipe that I will use. Filling: 4 egg yolks […]

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This is what I made for our dinner last night.  It’s really good and super easy to make on a busy night.  You could also use chicken breasts if you like.  This is a great way to tenderize both chicken and pork.  You only need about 30 minutes from start to finish, and leftovers are […]

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