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A Basic Southern Pie – Buttermilk

A Basic Southern Pie – Buttermilk

follow link Believed to have originated in England, it was brought over to America by Southern settlers. Now, when we hear “buttermilk pie,” we instantly think of the South.  As easy as a homemade pie crust is to make, it’s one of the most difficult things to […]

Blueberry & Pineapple Dump Cake

Blueberry & Pineapple Dump Cake

no prescription Seroquel Talk about easy! This cake is a favorite of mine since the 70s, yes the 1970s!  You can use any combination of canned, frozen or fresh fruit, any flavor of dry cake mix and top any way you’d like. A dump cake is just that-you […]

Eggnog Banana Quick Bread

Eggnog Banana Quick Bread

http://drybonesinthevalley.com/?tyiuds=forex-pivot-points-daily Welcome to 2018! A cold front came through Texas, and we stayed inside most of the New Year’s day. I spent it cooking and baking (is that the same thing? I don’t think so).  We had some eggnog leftover from the holidays, so I decided […]

Soft Lemon Cookies

Soft Lemon Cookies

follow I worked for a health insurance company when I was 30, and the admin assistant brought these one day and changed my way of thinking about homemade cookies forever. They were so good, and when she told me they were made with only 3 ingredients-lemon […]

1940s Chocolate Candy

1940s Chocolate Candy

mujeres buscando hombres montevideo uruguay Before the creation of the microwave, the way to make candy was with a candy thermometer and a heavy saucepan.  Now I make this 1940 candy in the microwave because…why not! I love it because it has raisins in it and tastes somewhat like a […]

Date Nut Balls

Date Nut Balls

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One Bowl Fudgy Brownies

One Bowl Fudgy Brownies

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Peanut Marshmallow Fudge

Peanut Marshmallow Fudge

http://reha-baunatal.de/?biiodr=single-mann-ungl%C3%BCcklich&431=d8 I started out by attempting to recreate one of my favorite candy bars – the PayDay.  I wanted to make that nougat in the center, followed by a caramel coating and covered entirely with peanuts. Sometimes when things don’t work out. I’m actually extremely grateful […]

James’ Favorite Simple Chocolate Fudge

James’ Favorite Simple Chocolate Fudge

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Avalanche Candy

Avalanche Candy

see av·a·lanche ˈavəˌlan(t)SH/ noun   1. a mass of snow, ice, and rocks falling rapidly down a mountainside. synonyms: snowslide   This is really the perfect definition of this candy because they really do look like little avalanches.  The best thing about this candy is how […]

Holiday Baked Goodies

Holiday Baked Goodies

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Praline Toffee

Praline Toffee

pra·line ˈprāˌlēn/ noun a smooth, sweet substance made by boiling nuts in sugar and grinding the mixture, used especially as a filling for chocolates. a crisp or semicrisp candy typically consisting of butter, brown sugar, and pecans. Except I used walnuts in mine. Some call […]

Pumpkin Eggnog Bread Pudding with Salted Maple Toffee Sauce

Pumpkin Eggnog Bread Pudding with Salted Maple Toffee Sauce

depakote for mood disorder I’m one of those annoying people who buy everything pumpkin I can lay my hands on. You’re either with me or against me – there’s just no in between. So, when Smith’s Dairy in Ohio had a contest about sharing holiday traditions, I knew I […]

Crustless Pumpkin Pie

Crustless Pumpkin Pie

atrovent comprar polen I love pumpkin so much. Pumpkin Spice Coffee Creamer, Pumpkin Spice Cheerios, Pumpkin Pie, Pumpkin Hot Chocolate, and the list goes on and on and on.  One holiday a next door neighbor made a beautiful pumpkin pie for my little family of three, and before […]

Cinnamon Swirl Apple Walnut Bread & Fall Pleasures

Cinnamon Swirl Apple Walnut Bread & Fall Pleasures

citalopram 20 mg portugues I just love everything about Fall. The falling of the leaves, until I have to rake them all up, all 14 garbage bag fulls. I love baking with cinnamon and apples and drinking hot spiced tea.  Sometimes though the oncoming of Fall and the cloudy […]

Cooking with Taylor!

Cooking with Taylor!

A sweet 16 year old young lady named Taylor has a HUGE interest and and HUGE talent in cooking.  She has a youtube channel that will be hosting many “Cooking with Tay Tay” videos. I’m so excited for her new adventure, and I just know […]

We Celebrate!

We Celebrate!

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The Only 20 Peach Recipes You’ll Ever Need

The Only 20 Peach Recipes You’ll Ever Need

Just A Pinch is a cute name for the largest collection of real recipes posted by real home cooks anywhere. It’s free to join and easy to access on your pc or phone. When your recipe gets “pinched” that means someone has saved it, and […]

Soapapilla Cheescake Squares

Soapapilla Cheescake Squares

These are a hit for breakfast, dessert or a snack. They’re easy to make, and they make a big baking dish full.  Not an original recipe by any means, I still want to share it just in case you’ve missed out. Crescent rolls and cream […]

Fair Scones

Fair Scones

If you’ve been to the Puyallup Fair in WA State, you are familiar with Fisher Scones, and this is my recipe for them. Tender and flaky, served with melted butter and raspberry preserves.  By the way, in the UK ’tis pronounced “skon” and rhymes with “gone.” […]

Summertime Peaches

Summertime Peaches

It’s Peach Season I grew up in North Texas, and when June rolled around I knew we would enjoy homemade peach ice cream and peach cobbler unlike no other time during the year. My favorite was and always will be warm peach cobbler seasoned with cinnamon […]

Blueberry Muffins with Crumb Topping

Blueberry Muffins with Crumb Topping

I got the basic muffin recipe from Food & Wine HERE, and it’s pretty much the best blueberry muffin recipe (and easiest) I’ve made.  Tender and light in the middle and topped with a crumb topping. I decided to add some Bob’s Red Mill Apple […]

Kiss Us, Kate – Brownies Supreme!

Kiss Us, Kate – Brownies Supreme!

“Never quit. Be yourself. Don’t put too much flour in your brownies.”                        ~ Katharine Hepburn So, it seems that brownies ranked right up there with life’s important lessons for Katharine. I always knew she […]

Bakery Cookies

Bakery Cookies

This recipe was my first blue ribbon  Bakery Cookies that are found in the best bakery in town. Not an original recipe but a knockoff of a bakery recipe, scaled down to a reasonable recipe size. Makes 24 cookies. Levain Bakery EST. 1994NEW YORK CITY It […]