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  • In a large bowl, combine the flour, brown sugar, baking powder, salt and baking soda. Cut in 1/2 cup butter until mixture resembles coarse crumbs. Combine pumpkin and buttermilk; stir into crumb mixture just until […]

  • Well, doesn’t THAT just make the weeding work a bit easier. We have TONS at our place. In fact, we had some neighbors that use to send their kids out to pick it for salads–which would embarrass the heck out of them. Now we know why! Thanks so much.

  • I’m a contributor–but I’ll submit again as well!

  • Thumbnail Well, we’ve found our absolute favorite Easter egg dyes… of all time. No tablets, no food colors, no cups, no drips, no stained fingers or clothes, no spilling—I could go on and on. But seriously, the best part about this method is that everything you need is right in your kitchen and closet…or worst case—the […]

  • Cut open the tie at the back and take out the facing fabric. All you will be working with is the actual colored silk. Cut the silk into pieces big enough to cover the egg. Wrap it around your egg. Don’t get too nutty about this step, just do the best you can. Now, roll […]

  • Yeah, from what I’ve read, you’ll be quite “aromatic” for days after eating them. Are they really that good? Sounds kinda scary to me.

  • whaledancer~
    No, no…I didn’t make the Leprechaun. I got him and a few of his brothers from
    They’re adorable!

  • Correction: The recipe should read, “gradually stir in 2 cups buttermilk…”

    Sorry for the misprint!


  • Thumbnail I’d never tried Irish Soda Bread until today–and oooohh–what we’ve been missing! A smooth, dense bread just waiting to be toasted or nibbled on plain…by the “little people.” Much quicker than traditional yeast breads–just whip the ingredients together and bake. No “rise” time. How to make Irish Soda Bread : 4 cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon baking soda […]

  • Heat oven to 425 degrees F. Brush a pie or round cake pan with melted butter or spray with non-stick spray. Combine dry ingredients in a deep bowl. Gradually stir in 2 cups buttermilk, beating constantly, until dough is smooth. Pour into prepared pan…it won’t be long now! Bake at 425 degrees F for about […]

  • The common response upon first bite is, “Ohhhh myyyy.” So I’m thinking, this is a keeper recipe!

  • Thumbnail OK, all you dark chocolate purists out there–you may need to close your eyes for a few minutes, because what I’m about to say here, could–for you–border on blasphemy. I do apologize for that. Nevertheless, I feel compelled to forge ahead and share these daring words with you—you may want to sit down. White. Chocolate. Fudge. […]

  • Launi wrote a new post, Gumdrop Fudge 9 years ago

    Line a 9-inch square pan with foil; set aside. In a heavy saucepan, combine the candy coating, milk and salt. Cook and stir over low heat until chips are melted. Remove from the heat; stir in vanilla and gumdrops. Spread into prepared pan. Cover and refrigerate until firm. Using foil, remove fudge from the pan. […]

  • Launi commented on the post, Honey Candy 9 years ago

    Hi LaVonna,

    Pull just means to stretch the taffy and fold it over. If you do that several times the candy lightens up and looks a lot like shiny ribbon.

  • Launi and are now friends 9 years, 1 month ago

  • Thumbnail I first saw these little do-dads in Taste of Home Magazine and thought, “Oooohhhh…” and then, with 5 cans of solid pack pumpkin in the pantry, I figured these would be the perfect thing for an Autumn evening. They don’t have any of the pumpkin spices that you would expect in a pumpkin bread, but it […]

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