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  • I just finished up this afternoon 10- 1/2 pints and 7 pints of Apricot Pineapple Jam. I’m going to use a jar of that to make this coffee cake.

    I make this jam because it brings back memories of my grandma, […]

  • Batch in the oven! Chyna Baby is going to love this, I’ve been looking at recipes for awhile and when I saw this post I said Today! Thank you for this recipe!

  • Cindy, love the label and the whole presentation. I look forward to seeing what you do with the leftovers. After watching you dry the leftovers before and making powder, I now save mine too! I think of all that […]

  • Those that made this in the crock pot..When do you add the rum? and then how much longer will you cook it? Also what kind of rum do I need to buy? Just picked my apples and pears today, curious how this would be made with pears? Gonna try the apple first! Thanks, Margaret

  • I can’t say thank you enough for this article. I just received my new Kindle for my birthday 2 weeks ago. I’ve found plenty of free books for reading, but never even thought to search for free cookbooks, especially the old ones which I dearly love. Just right up my alley! Hope you continue to […]

  • 1. In a small saucepan, bring the water to a boil with the sugar and cinnamon sticks. 2. Simmer over moderate heat for 3 minutes, stirring to dissolve the sugar. 3. Let cool, then cover and let stand for 4 hours. 4. Strain the syrup into a jar, 5. Cover and refrigerate for up to […]

  • Ewenique and Profile picture of AmyAmy are now friends 8 years, 6 months ago

  • I loved this post! It reminds me of my upbringing. My Dad was from Ark. and my Mom was from Okla. and I was born and raised in CA. I was never aware of having an accent, but kids in school sure like to tell me I did. One of my early memories of kids […]

  • @Bonita, we have Quaker instant grits in Missouri but they don’t have the same flavor as stone ground grits, the consistency isn’t the same. Is there such a thing as being a “grit snob”?

  • We love our grits! Can’t find good ones in our home town in Missouri so we order them from Falls Mills http://WWW.FALLSMILL.COM they are stone ground and so good! One other thing we do is cook them in half water and half cream…best thing you ever ate!

  • Looking forward to that post on the fried chicken!

  • ThumbnailAs with most grown children, when they come home they want you to cook all their favorite foods. Carissa (my youngest daughter) wanted chicken and dumplings. There is great controversy on dumplings–flat or drop–in our family. I grew up with my Grandma Irene Tubbs making the drop variety. I didn’t know there was any other kind […]

  • Egg Noodles with KitchenAid and Pasta Attachment Beat egg yolks and whole egg together with a whisk until very light, beat in water and salt. Add flour in mixer bowl and using bread hook, slowly add egg mixture. Beat until mixture forms a ball and makes a stiff dough–about 5 minutes on slow speed. Take ball […]

  • @Glenda, No they are not hard to make, I always thought the same thing until I saw them made, thats why I posted a visual recipe, so everyone can see how easy they are to make. If you like a softer cookie, you don’t have to bake them the second time, I do because my husband […]

  • ThumbnailHappy Holidays From My Kitchen To Yours! Looking for something different this year to take to the office party, family gathering, or for your Christmas cookie exchange? I have the answer for you–Christmas Biscotti! Don’t they look festive? When packaged in a cellophane bag with a tag, they make an excellent last minute gift, and they […]

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. With an electric mixer, beat the butter, sugar, lemon zest and salt together in a large bowl approximately 3 – 4 minutes. Add eggs in one at a time. In a separate bowl, mix flour and baking powder together until well mixed. Add the flour mixture to the creamed […]

  • Cindy, What an adorable idea, and I’m sure at a craft show they would sell like hotcakes! Fudge is on the list of things to make, my recipe is very similar but will be the first time I try it, it calls for margarine, does anyone know about substituting butter? I’m kinda worried now, hate […]

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