This was a grandmother’s recipe that has become a family favorite. For Crust: 3c Flour 1/2c Butter (cold) 2tsp Sugar 1/8tsp Salt 2c Cold water Directions: – In large mixing bowl – Add dry ingredients. – Using cheese grater, grate the butter into the dry ingredients. – Gently mix the … More Rhubarb Sour Cream Pie
1/2c Heavy Cream 1tsp Vanilla extract 12oz Semi-sweet chocolate chips Directions: In medium saucepan. Add ingredients, slowly combine ingredients til all combined as one. Take cupcake and swirl in ganache and set aside til each one is finished.
While our daughter attends theater camp, decided the best thing to serve up on a Friday afternoon would be cupcakes. 4oz Dark cocoa powder 1#6oz Sugar 3c Hot brewed coffee 4 eggs 1c Vegetable oil 1lb Flour 2&1/2tsp Baking soda 1/2tsp Salt Directions: – Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees – Prepare cupcake pans either by … More Chocolate Mocha Cupcakes
I enjoy Irish Soda Bread so much, I tend to make it for the family quite often and it goes well with soup or stews and its even better with corn beef and cabbage. To make this bread, you will need. 3&1/2c Flour 1/4c sugar 1tsp Baking Soda 1/2tsp Baking Powder 3/4tsp Salt 2/3c … More Irish Soda Bread
With all the fresh herbs in season right now. I have been putting herbs in everything including potatoes. These were so easy to make and with the fresh rosemary, parsley, oregano. My daughter who is probably the most finicky and really doesn’t like potatoes, asked for seconds. To make these great potatoes wedges 4 … More Herb Potato Wedges
I am loving my bounty of currants this year. With it being a great year for growing anything. All of my herbs are growing fast and in vast amounts. Currants are one of my favorites. I just made a few batches of Frosted Currant Cookies, Picking the Currants from the bush will take a bit … More Frosted Currant Cookies