I had a few apples sitting in the fruit bowl that no one was eating…so I scoured my pantry to see what I could come up with…these tasty French Apple Crisps are the result! Amazing how those apples just sat there until turned into a crispy and delicious dessert! Continue reading
It’s been so long since I made these cookies…maybe when the kids were little? When I passed by a bag of butterscotch morsels the other day at the supermarket I immediately had a craving for them…they’re the perfect little dessert…just a small bite of sweetness…mmmm….they taste as good as I remember… Continue reading
Linda’s post put me in mind of a previous blog I did in January of 2017. And… Since it is tax season again, I am back to catering to all the employees at my Hubby’s firm on Fridays. They work so hard and I love to spoil them, so this Friday I will make a new version along with a hearty soup and share next week… but here is the previous blog post from 2017…
“When I lived in Philadelphia I would go almost every day to a corner vendor for a Philly soft pretzel for lunch. I’m sure it wasn’t the best thing to do, but it certainly fit my college budget! I sometimes get the hankering for a good homemade soft pretzel. Today I made them a little different. I added pepperoni and cheese!!! Serve with some cheese dip and a little marinara and you have pizza in a pretzel. You can also make little bite size pieces which would be great for your upcoming Super Bowl Party!!” Continue reading
This is another one of those that I saw on a restaurant menu and made a few notes to make it at home…so, yesterday we had some friends over and they were my guinea pigs…I think they liked it – not a crumb was left on anyone’s plate. Another winner! Continue reading
Heidi and I would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas!
Today we are revisiting two recipes perfect for this Holiday….See you in the New Year!
Linda & Heidi
I recently made these delicious cookies again for a Christmas Cookie Exchange…they were a huge hit! If you haven’t given them a try you really should…they’re the best. Continue reading
This has got to be one of the easiest breakfasts to prepare. Layer it all in a little mason jar, screw on the lid and pop in the fridge overnight. I added chocolate chips to these little gems but you can add anything – blueberries, strawberries, raspberries; use different types of yogurts, even drizzle on some honey…whatever you want…they all end up delicious! Continue reading
A local restaurant serves a delicious Limoncello Cake…when I asked about it they told me they order it from a big bakery in upstate New York that sells only to restaurants…too bad…I would order it so often they’d think I own a restaurant! Instead I’ve decided to try and recreate it at home – it’s going to take a few tries I think. This first cake came out very rich and dense with a definite hint of lemon. I’ll be aiming for light and fluffy in the next try but had to share this recipe because it just tasted so good…
Linda and I were recently at a family gathering where we had around 80 people to feed. When that happens I source some of the food to catering and then go to very simple appetizers, dips and crackers. Also, I have a perfect and easy way to make sliders. I get the Hawaiian style rolls – but in the butter roll not the sweet rolls – and make sandwiches. Always a hit and not a lot of fuss for me! Continue reading