Category Archives: dessert

Pinterest Project: Cream Cheese Cookies

Last week I decided I’d take on Pinterest. I wanted to find out whether the recipes on the site were actually any good, or if they were simply pretty photos. I’ll be honest, to start the series I’ve got an … Continue reading

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Kindergarten Lessons, In the Kitchen.

In this space I often share recipes, cooking ideas, and experiences. Some items turn out great, others land me in the kitchen for hours, cursing over bubbling pots and pans. But a few end up being funny stores of calamity, … Continue reading

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Classing Up A Campfire Classic

Fair Warning: This dish can be messy when eating.  It’s gooey, but so good.  If you want your house to be a sticky mess, serve it to kids, but don’t say I didn’t warn you if they leave a sticky mess … Continue reading

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The Practice Pie…and the Presentation

While I’m fairly confident in the kitchen, I respect the old adage “Practice Makes Perfect.”   If I’m going to make something for an event, or someone, I often do a run-through sometime in the week leading up to the event. I’m … Continue reading

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Good Things Take Time

My meal tonight was an exercise in patience. One I anticipated, one….I did not. I knew I was going to make Drip Beef Sandwiches. (Put a 3lb chuck roast, an onion cut into quarters, garlic salt, salt, cloves, bay leaves, … Continue reading

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MY Version of the BBC (Butter, Bacon, & Cheese)

I’ll start with an explanation.I’m not a proponent of gluttony, however, I am a huge fan of indulging in moderation. People can get pretty particular about food.Everyone has their habits. Things they’ll eat, things they won’t…The most basic are those … Continue reading

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