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  • I havent made this recipe but just looking at the ratios of flour and sugar, for every 2 cups of flour, I use 1 cup of sugar. Much less than that , it lacks sweetness . I also think you could use more liquid in […]

  • I just made these on slider buns and they were fantastic. I made them for 30 people for a snack at our church coffee time. The best part was I made them the night before. I look forward to changing the recipe up and seeing what other combos are like. But I know men love […]

  • Saute onion, sweet pepper and garlic in olive oil till softened. Add in ground meat and brown. Stir in seasonings and cubed zucchini and cook for 10 min. Drain mixture if too watery and spread out in an 8×8 baking dish. Spread spaghetti sauce over the meat mixture. Toss shredded mozzarella and grated Parmesan cheese […]

  • I have a Hungarian friend who makes this dish,a family recipe, and its almost identical except she adds diced tomatoes. So its really not too far off from an original Hungarian recipe.

  • I have made this very same recipe with chicken, as well as pork, and it is delish!I’ve used chicken legs,chicken breasts, drumsticks, its all good!

  • As grandma to this 4 yr old, I watched as she would ask for a piece of candy off of this sweet delight. About every hour, or so, she would look at it longingly, and ask for a candy.After a couple of days, Mom had to dismantle it and put the candy away. Out of […]

  • There is not buttermilk amount in the Buttermilk Walnut Pie recipe. Could you please add that info.? Thank you!

  • Those fabulous photos are making me long for summer tomatoes right now! Nothing like a homegrown tomato, on a piece of buttered toast. Thanks for making me salivate!

  • Thank you, as well, for sharing how to go about maple sugaring. I have a 200 yr. old maple in the backyard and was just thinking about whether it would yield any sap and how do you go about tapping,boiling,etc. And would one big tree like this yield enough to make it worthwhile? What do […]

  • I have actually made these very ones several times over the years. My family says they are the best grilled cheese sandwiches ever.

  • Place 1/3 cup of green coffee beans into the hot air popper. Put top back on and turn on/plug in hot air popper. Depending on preference of roast, and whether its a bean that is best dark or medium roasted, roast from 6-9 min. If it gets really dark, almost black, it will start smoking. […]

  • Sear the steak in hot oil on both sides. Layer 1/2 of onion and sweet pepper on the bottom of oven proof dutch oven or crockpot, 1/2 of barbeque sauce, steak on top and cover with the rest of onion, sweet pepper and barbecue sauce. Cover and place in 325 oven for 4-5 hrs till […]

  • Actually, I use a hot air popper to roast my coffee beans. It has to be the kind with the air vents around the cup,not vents on the bottom of the popper’s cup. Otherwise, the chaff will fall thru and cause a fire. But I went to a thrift store, bought the popper for $2. […]

  • I love pretty,old china too! My sister gave me a pretty tree mug and I filled it with all my pretty china mugs (plus 2 regular ones for hubby on the bottom). It looks pretty on my counter. Then several years ago, I bought 2 pretty china dessert plates for .50 at a lawn sale. […]

  • Yes, you reminded me, also, of laundry Mondays. I loved the smell of the soap and bleach. It was such a great, clean smell. I dont know how my mom did it, with 6 little ones, 6 yrs. old and under.And my brother did manage to get his arm caught in the wringer,too. And I […]

  • This is very similar to the one I make. Mine uses flour for a thickener, and 1/2 c.sugar,or more if you like it sweeter. I have used dill pickle juice instead of vinegar, or 1/2 of each. We love it with smoked sausage. And I agree, lots of bacon!

  • Although, I haven’t made this particular recipe, it did bring back memories. Sometimes, on a Sunday, I guess my mom would get hungry for “moos”, and she would make it with assorted, dried fruits. Us kids absolutely loved it and polished it all off from the big Dutch oven she used to make it in. […]

  • My mom gave me a cast iron skillet, like hers, when I first got married 34 yrs. ago. I absolutely love it! I have never needed to own a nonstick skillet. My fried eggs never stick. For very stubborn, cooked on food,I let water sit on it to soften a little and drain it off. […]

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