A turkey dinner just isn’t complete without cranberry salad – and not just any cranberry salad – it has to be my Grandma’s cranberry salad recipe.
Tis the Season – for soups and hot drinks – and pies! Pie is such a comfort food in the winter isn’t it? I love pies and really I kinda love making them.
Autumn is here and Thanksgiving is just around the corner. And will be followed shortly by Christmas! Time to be planning some yummy treats for the holidays! Pies are always a favorite so today I want to share the best pie crust ever with you. This recipe was my Grandma’s and I’ve never tasted a better crust. I also find it easy to work with, especially when using pastry flour.
Originally posted in September of 2012
Last night my hubby and teenager each made a brownie-in-a-mug. I found this recipe over a year ago from my friend Jen, at The Cottage Nest
We’ve made these occasionally over the past year and half but it had been awhile since I’d made one, so when Travis asked how many TBS of flour and sugar I had to pull look it up. And I decided to repost and share it with all of you again. If you love brownies you will love this recipe!
Boneless Wings. You know there really is no such thing as a boneless chicken wing right? It’s just a made up name for chicken breasts cut into pieces, seasoned, and fried or baked to mimic real chicken wings – but without the bones. Thus the name Boneless Wings.
Whatever. No matter the name they are called by, they are tender nuggets of total deliciousness. And you can make them yourself in your very own kitchen.