Browsing All posts tagged under »Butter«

biscuits (in under 20 mins)

February 5, 2014

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At my parents house, you’ll find a copy of the Joy Of Cooking. The pages are kinda stuck together, and have some old dollops of batter staining the paper, making it look prematurely aged when it gets to the 600s. This is where you will find all the scones, cakes and biscuit recipes. While my […]

Run for the Roses Cupcakes

May 4, 2013

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Is this my 200th post? I think it might be… Today I did a few things that I didn’t think I could manage in the kitchen. It’s been a while since I’ve tried to push myself to try to make things that I usually wouldn’t even think about, but today seemed like a good day […]

vegetable rice pilaf

December 2, 2012

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If you are anything like me, you over-bought for Thanksgiving in a bewildering way. I managed to shop for carrots and celery twice when my sister had asked me only to make on tray of stuffing (which only requires one cup of diced celery) none of which required carrots. I did have a serious stomach bug issue […]

Pomegranate Honey Butter

November 30, 2012

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I failed to take any pictures of this, in the making, or afterwards or before we ate it, and before I left it at my friend’s house, but it was good. Making a flavored butter really couldn’t be easier. The possibilities are pretty much endless. If you have a food processor, even a teeny prep […]

peanut butter cups

November 27, 2012

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My love of Reese’s overcame me the other day. I had to have some. I buy chocolate chips and or baking chocolate when they are on sale, or when I have coupons. I had a few bags in the drawer with no real plan to use them. I got a metric ton of creamy peanut […]

reeses cupcakes

November 18, 2012

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I may be more interested in making chocolate things, now that I have an outlet for them. I’ll try a bite here and there, but I still don’t search out chocolate things (save my absolute favorite candy that is hidden inside this cupcake) but most of the things I bake get packed up and delivered to people […]

best homefries

November 8, 2012

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I made homefries, and for the first time ever they didn’t take a million years to cook. They came out magnificently. I never could really understand what the trick was – aside from the times that I made homefries from leftover potatoes that were already boiled. These were just what I needed on a slow […]