I make these Overnight Cinnamon Rolls every year for part of our Christmas morning breakfast. I love them because they are ready and waiting for you. These cinnamon rolls couldn’t be simpler. You mix them up, let them raise, shape them and then pop them into the fridge to hang out overnight. In the morning,… Read More
Once you make these, you will never buy store-bought again! (The pictures below show a quadruple batch.) 2-3/4 to 3 cups all-purpose flour 1 cup water 1/2 cup sourdough starter 1/3 cup nonfat dry milk 1 tablespoon sugar 1/4 teaspoon baking soda 3/4 teaspoon salt 1/4 cup cornmeal (or as needed) The night prior, in… Read More
I made this a couple months ago and realized I never did a post on my successful experiment! It’s sinful, it’s naughty and it’s yummy! Chocolate pudding, cream cheese, whipped cream, graham cracker crust…all-in-one! And almost everything is made from scratch…except I did not make the graham crackers. But you can! In my mind was… Read More
It’s not at all uncommon to have regional food favorites. Sometimes those favorites are only appreciated by folks in a particular region. Pennsylvanians favor scrapple, Oregonians get faint and dizzy listening to a description of scrapple . Kansans have a fondness for gravy on their french fries, Mississippians eat gravy on their biscuits. Crawfish are… Read More
I recently posted this status update to Facebook: “Don’t offer to hold yard-sales for family. Or, at least wait until Fall. Or, offer burn ointment to shoppers. Or, discount your prices on all melty stuffs. Or, up your prices and proclaim them Modern Garage Art!” Why? Because of this: Saying it was hot is an… Read More
Here’s the thing about summer. It’s busy. Crazy, stupid busy. There’s no such thing as summer vacation around here. We have the mowing and the garden and the berries and the mowing and the building and the working and the mowing and the garden and the canning and the jams and the garden and the… Read More
My MIL made the only thing I actually liked using the old fashioned citron fruit mix – a very soft cookie. Not a bar, just a regular cookie. Not particularly spicy, and more sponge cake like than a normal cookie. For some reason, the citron tasted good in this particular cookie. Other than in this... Read More
When I was a kid, my aunt used to can crab apples that I loved. Never thought to ask her for the recipe when she was alive, but a friend has a crab apple tree so loaded with crab apples, that some of the branches are touching the ground. When she told me that I... Read More
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