I recently decided to take up the art of sourdough. Then "quarantine" came along and I can't actually put myself in an...
Here lies my not so secret stash of go-to recipes. These have been collected from all around: from a church ladies cookbook, from my mother and mother-in-law and from friends.
Instant Pot Steel cut Oats
This method takes only a bit less time, but you don’t have to babysit it. Put it in the Instant Pot, set the timer, come back later when it’s all done. I make 3-4 servings at a time, then reheat in the microwave.
My husband made this for dinner just before Christmas. The guests are still asking “When are we doing it again?”
Be prepared to take your time — but the results are worth it!
Kaufman’s Nana Bread
I’ve been making this banana bread recipe since Meg passed it on in the early 1970’s. Yes, I gave up Crisco and now use coconut oil, which is even better! And I measure the bananas quite generously.
Banana Pudding to die for
Whenever there is a potluck or a picnic, my name always ends up with the "dessert" assignment, and this Banana Pudding is always demanded. I've done it many ways: instant pudding mix with sugar, or the sugar-free version; skim milk, whole milk or 2%; regular Eagle...
This is required at all of our family holiday meals. I learned how to do it by watching my Nanaw make it. Well seasoned iron skillet required. Since I will be celebrating Christmas with my children this year, my mom and I are fighting over custody of the iron skillet...
Carrot Cake and Cream Cheese Icing
Carrot cake is one of my family's favorite desserts. My brother and I had a competition going for a while, but I've deferred to him for the annual Thanksgiving carrot cake. But, that doesn't keep me from making it for family celebrations at other times. My recipe is a...
OK -- this is the first in a series of not-heart healthy, but totally yummy and easy recipes... [amd-zlrecipe-recipe:1]