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There is nothing in the world as good as FUDGE, but . . . It has to be creamy and silky smooth.  It can’t be sugary or grainy! This fudge will pass that test . . . I promise. I originally posted this recipe around Christmas time, when all the candy recipes come to the […]

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I’ve looked high and low for a Candy Corn Cookie Cutter. I scoured every craft store, baking department, grocery store and beyond. I gave up, and made these instead!   Just as soon as I did . . . I found a Candy Corn Cookie Cutter! grrrrr. It’s o.k, they were fun to make. I ran […]

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Maybe you’ve noticed a little tweaking here and there. Sneak Peeks & Infinite scrolling are my favs. Perhaps one of my best childhood memories, was preparing a box of Betty Crocker Date Bars with my Mom. For years and years, it was my families favorite box dessert. As the date bars were baking, the smell was glorious and we could hardly wait until it came from the oven.

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Not only is this Cheese Fondue Delicious, but it’s quick & easy! The whipping cream makes it really rich & creamy. If you don’t have white wine, just use Chicken broth. Dip veggies, little sausages, cubes of ham, steak, breadsticks,tortillas, crisp garlic bread cubes, baguettes, etc. into the hot melted cheese. If you don’t have […]

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Once upon a time . . . you could buy a box mix by Better Crocker called Date Bars. one day, one very sad day . . . it vanished from store shelves! What will we do – the children cried? What will we do – my Dad cried? What ever will we do – I cried? […]

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This is one of my very favorites! The Alfredo sauce is delicious. Fattening but Oh so Good. YOU WILL NEED:   4 skinless boneless chicken breast  4 slices ham 4 slices jack cheese  4 basil sprigs (opt) 1 cup heavy cream as needed salt and pepper 2 cups Italian bread crumbs (Panko works great)  2 […]

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“Primavera” means spring, and this easy pasta recipe feature two great vegetables -asparagus and peas. You can tweak this pasta primavera recipe by adding almost any vegetables you like. I love Aspargus, and this is certainly one of my favorites. This is also good with bacon or small pieces of ham.  Ingredients:  8 oz dry […]

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These Ribs are oh so delicious & easy to prepare. This recipe came from Genola Kandler, who was a awesome cook. She cooked for a huge farming operation of hungry men! Everytime I make these ribs….I think of her.   * YOU WILL NEED: Brown Sugar, Ketchup, Worchestershire Sauce, Ground Ginger, Dry Mustard, 1 small […]

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Well . . . I still feel like a “stuffed butterball” but who cares, Christmas is just around the corner . . . and I’m baking! I know that I’ve been missing for a few days, but this darn house had to be decorated. It takes me a full day to de-clutter my storage room, […]

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This recipe is a dangerous. I don’t make these often, because you can’t resist eating them. You mix the dough at night. Go to bed. Wake up and fry yourself some beignets. Roll them in cinnamon sugar and experience bliss. They are very simple. You could give most of them away, if you’re worried that […]

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Here is another easy throw together dish for dinner. It reminds me a little of Pot pie, but you use biscuits on the top, instead of making pie crust. It is simple & delicious. YOU WILL NEED: 1 1/2 cups turkey or chicken breast, cubed 1 tablespoons dried onion 1 package bacon, fried and crumbled […]

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COLD, WINDY, CRAPPY, RAINY, DREARY . . . and did I say Cold? There. You now have our weather report for today.  New buds have blossomed . . . freaked out and are now screaming . . . “Where the crapola are we!” There is only one thing left to do, and that’s eat some warm happiness.  These […]

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Cold nights are soon coming, and we will be thinking about warm soups. My family loves HOME-MADE chicken noodle soup with homemade noodles. This soup is thick & creamy! I add the pictures to help you in the noodle making process, in case you’ve never tried your hand at making noodles before. Follow the pictures […]

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These luscious treats are made of melted white chocolate, butter, egg yolks and whipping cream. It’s chilled, formed into balls and rolled in your favorite nuts, or coconut. (I used Almonds) Next time, I think I will toast the coconut, which would be even more delicious. You could also roll the balls in chocolate, then […]

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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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This is definitely one of my favorite meals. I Love it! It only will take you about 30 minutes to prepare. A carbonara sauce is typically made with bacon, eggs, and cheese. This recipe has a little half-and-half for a silky texture. The bacon makes it scrumptious.    Ingredients:   1 pound spaghetti 8 ounces […]

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As I promised, I made Chili to go with our scones and homemade bread.  In this house, you may have figured already, that we don’t get too carried away with onions and tons of spices.  Well….you see, we like the flavor, but not the chunk.  Does that make sense?  This Chili recipe is for one […]

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Dulce de Leche is a rich, creamy caramelized milk candy made entirely from condensed milk. This rich, tender cookie is absolutely delicious. You can easily make your own Dulce De Leche, with a can of Eagle Brand Milk and a lot of patience. These would be perfect to give your sweetheart for Valentines Day! * […]

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Most of us enjoy Lasagna. I really like traditional lasagna made with ground beef, but I also like the Alfredo lasagna served at the Olive Garden. I don’t even like peppers, but I still enjoy this meatless variety. Enjoy! YOU WILL NEED: Alfredo Sauce:  1/2 lb. sweet or salted butter- 2 sticks  12 oz. heavy […]

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