I’m always looking for great recipes using ground beef. Dont get me wrong i
like love hamburgers, tacos and chili, but there are only so many times left my kitchen, so new ground beef recipes are always welcome in my kitchen. Finding one that everyone likes is another story though. When I first saw the photo and recipe over at blog, Navy wife cook, I knew It is a keeper.
Lets talk about cheese and Super Bowl.
The Super Bowl is an extremely exciting day for me. Annual football and food festival and a great time to give a new appetizer a whirl. I was instantly hungry when i came across kitchme recipe for these Buffalo Chicken Cheese Balls. Whoever had the idea to roll cheese into a ball and serve it as a snack was sort of brilliant. Sold.
Feast your eyes on a very rare sight. Pictured above is Cake Myth a Ebinger’s Brooklyn Blackout Cake by Katie Workman from the mom 100 blog. The Legend begins when Ebinger’s created this cake during World War II. Because of its dark chocolate, nearly black appearance, it was named after the blackout drills performed by the Civilian Defense Corps. Foodie historian Molly O’Neill wrote…
Ahhh.. Do you like The smell of autumn ??
You know what I mean when I say “the smell of autumn,” don’t you? Sort of a combination of crisp apples and spiced cider and Apple bread baking in the oven.
Mmmm…This bread…You guys…It’s SO good. It’s called Apple Pie Bread… and it’s less a bread more a cake that we can call a bread and be totally fine eating it for breakfast.