See my guest post on Farm Bell Recipes today! I have a confession. I have never used a candy thermometer. My dad gave me one, but I don’t use it for candy. I will go out of my way to find recipes that don’t use one. This recipe is perfect! Mom found this recipe in
This recipe is from my sister-in-law. I’ve always thought Homemade Pecan Pie was a difficult thing to make, but as I’m finding with so many other foods, even though it’s melt in your mouth delicious, it’s SIMPLE EASY!
Usually the first thing out of Miss C’s (our 5 year old granddaughter) mouth when she walks in for a day with us is “Nana what can we cook today?” The memories of my Grandma (I only had one – my mother’s mother had passed many years before I was born) are very few. We
As promised yesterday, here are the toppings for that wonderful homemade ice cream! I found this Hershey’s Syrup recipe in a fund raising cookbook from 1985 and she said she had been making it for 40 years. And it TASTES just like the old Hershey’s Syrup that I remember from that can with the yellow
One of my gal friends from college was coming to visit yesterday… we’ve been back in contact for a few years now, so I headed to the kitchen to whip up a treat to greet her! What is not better than cinnamon rolls? One of the easiest, simplest, sweetest, most appreciated of homemade goodness that
Oh My, Oh My!! Isn’t this delish looking?!?! Thanks to my friends over at Chickens In The Road, I found this recipe, and being the person I am, I tweaked it to fit what I have on hand. “beeyourself” posted the original version as “Christmas Morning Rolls“, but Monkey Bread it is!! Bee used frozen