Hello friends! I’m back today with a very basic biscuit recipe, you can throw these together and have them in the oven in less than 10 minutes. You can make basic biscuits by themselves as a side for dinner, or drop them over a casserole, or eat them for breakfast as biscuits and gravy, or simply with butter and jam. You can always find a use for them!
Who doesn’t love Heath bars? Toffee, chocolate, what more could you ask for? I was going through my stack of handwritten recipes the other day, trying to choose some appropriate ones and I came across this cookie bar recipe. It’s from Gourmet Magazine but I’m not sure what year. I love the Toffee and chocolate flavor and if you do too, you’ll really love these Toffee Chocolate Bar cookies.
Hiya, can i invite you to something very tasty ?? Are you a sandwich lover? Even if you are not, here is Ellie’s recipe for home made Bread Cone – A cone shaped bread or a tubular sandwich, as you like. You may fill them with different fillings from such as tuna, chicken, egg or anything you want inside. It’s also a great idea for a children’s party.
Coconut Custard Pie…A SOUTHERN TRADITION! Well, I’m not absolutely certain that this pie is strictly a Southern heritage recipe, but it seems so to me. If you’re looking for one of those “mile high” type pies that’s rich and extra sweet, then this pie is not for you. But if you want a luscious, creamy treat that is perfect after any meal, I have your recipe right here.
I have a love-hate relationship with shopping malls. Anyone with me? It is so much fun to find new staff that fit and make you feel better, but crowds, and all that shinny and sparkly things that make your eyes tired. Just…Ugh. But there is one thing more that makes braving the mall worth it, for me, is the soft pretzels. Love those things. Well, guess what. I do some research on
the internet my favorite food blogs, and you can now enjoy Mall pretzels in the comfort of your