Yearly Archives: 2009

For dinner tonight, I made one of my husbands favorites. I also like this dinner, but I don’t like rice, quite like he does. This stir-fry is fast, easy & delicious. The crispy fried bacon, really adds to the flavor of this dish. In fact, you can add just about any vegetable, and it would […]

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Tonight for dessert, I made this delicious Cobbler. I’ve mentioned that my better half doesn’t care for anything that is too sweet. I prefer a Crisp, and he prefers this not so sweet Cobbler, with a biscuit type top. Don’t get me wrong, this dessert is certainly sweet, but not like your oatmeal and brown […]

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How about some fudge? This morning I made this delicious, soft, creamy fudge. I usually only make this around Christmas time. One great lady in our ward, decided since the Mothers always get a special gift on Mothers Day, that the Fathers needed to feel special as well. Several of us are making sweet treat […]

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This Pound Cake is my favorite. It’s probably because it’s the most calorie ridden cake on earth! Sometimes, you just have to enjoy each bite, then go for a long run. In this case, probably two long runs. I usually just make the pound cake, then top it with berries and Whipped Cream. This time, […]

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It’s raining again today, and rain puts me in the Baking Mood. This morning, I made these beautiful little devils! Palmiers are one of the most delicious little pastries you will ever make. They are also the fastest and simplest cookies ever. The delicate little cookies are certainly full of butter, sugar and calories. They […]

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If you live in the Idaho Falls area, then you know that wonderful smell that lingers through the Grand Teton Mall, towards Christmas time. It’s that hint of Cinnamon & Vanilla that is very difficult to ignore. You can feel your nose & your foot steps inching closer and closer to the little store with […]

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  Raised doughnuts 2 pkgs. regular or rapid rise yeast note:  If you don’t have the small yeast pkg’s you will use :  4 1/2 teaspoons of yeast.  (Each yeast pkg. contains 2 1/4 teaspoons) 1/4 cup warm water (105−115 degrees) 1 1/2 cups lukewarm milk (scalded then cooled) 1/2 cup sugar 1 tsp. salt […]

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For all you die-hard Cheesecake lovers out there, I thought I would post this new recipe from the Pillsbury newsletter, that I received today. It looks quite scrumptious! I think a good toffee bar would work well in this recipe. Or you can buy the toffee bits (like chocolate chips) in a bag at your […]

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Here is a delicious recipe from the Prepared Pantry. Most Hot Pockets are made with a yeast dough, similar to pizza dough. This recipe is fast and simple, because you don’t have to wait for the dough to rise. If you like hot biscuits, then you will enjoy these hot pockets. The biscuit dough is […]

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My Mother in Law used to make the most delicious Hot Fudge Sauce, and it’s so easy to make. She has passed on now, and I’m thankful that I have this recipe. We enjoy this yummy gooey sauce over so many things. Ice Cream Sundaes of course, are a no brainer! This is also very […]

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Pasta Primavera is one of my favorite entrees when ordering in a restaurant. This recipe comes from Sirio Maccioni of the world renowned Le Cirque Restaurant. The next time we are craving pasta, we should try this recipe. This is Le Cirgue’s signature dish. Asparagus and Broccoli are plentiful in grocery stores right now and are […]

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