It all started with a book, a children’s book called La cuisine est un jeu d’enfants, or “Cooking is Child’s Play”. There is a fairly simple and intriguing recipe for “egg nest” or “nid d’oeuf”. Unlike most egg nest recipes with which you may be familiar, this one doesn’t use bread, just only 5 ingredients.
We’ve got a code red here, people! Or is it a code blue? I can never remember which one requires immediate attention be paid to the situation
at hand…probably both, now that I think about it. My must-make recipes folders are literaly bulging and bursting, but this three ingredient recipe by Katy simply must fit in. And one thing more don’t let its simplicity deceive you; it’s so simple and so delicious that the recipe has earned its name.
Halloween is next week! If you still haven’t found a costume but that doesn’t stop you from baking Halloween treats, and these Voodoo Doll Cookies from Lorraine is just it. Make a yummy cookie dough, cut out and stamp the dough, bake and decorate! Now you can have your revenge and eat it too! Even if nothing happens, at least you got a delicious cookie out of the situation!
I’ll keep this short and sweet: If there is one crockpot recipe you need in your repertoire, this is it. But truthfully, What family doesn’t love tacos, and what mom doesn’t love a good slow cooker recipe? This recipe by Kristin is the best of both and after making it once you won’t even need the recipe. because it’s just so darn easy.
Alright… it’s official… you will need a me box of kleenex to sop up the drool that pumpkin waffles recipe from Pastry Affair always cause. Pumpkin…waffles? Swoon! I think I know what I’m having for breakfast on saturday! Treat your family to a hearty fall breakfast anytime. They’ll love the spicy, sweet hint of pumpkin in these waffles.