My daughter Jacki & I collaborated on this recipe & I think we came up with the MOST delicious cinnamon bun recipe ever!!Continue reading “J & M Cinnamon Buns”
This recipe is very popular now so I had to make it .. all the pictures look so deliciousContinue reading “Country Apple Fritter Cake”
This recipe was from my aunt, Marilyn Lyman. I was going through her recipes one day & came across this typewritten recipe for Cheezies… they are a homemade cheese kind of cracker ….The image I get when I think of these is having them at a cocktail party, with the men & woman dressed to the nines.. chatting , drinking martinis & having these lovely little cheese crackers ….
The recipe is a bit vague… I tried them 2 different ways. One as it was written on the card.. mixed by hand…they were a bit crumbly& chunky…..so I tried them again using the food processor & they came out more to my liking..the texture was smooth & the cracker was not crumbly’
I took them to the perogy making day I went to & everyone loved them. I actually took the first batch & they were a big hit! So which ever way you make them, I hope you enjoy them.
I have no idea the origin of the recipe of the year it is from, but I think it is an older recipe because one of the ingredients is potato chips!
I would serve them anytime..as part of a cheese board, just as an appetizer, as a snack, with some antipasto…. any way you eat them they are good!
Here is the recipe
1/4 cup butter, softened
1 tsp dry mustard
1/2 cup flour
1 cup grated sharp cheddar cheese , loosely packed
1 cup crushed potato chips
Preheat oven to 375f Line a biking sheet with parchment paper
- Cream the butter & dry mustard together. I did this by hand & another time I did this in the bowl of my food processor…your choice
- Add the flour, grated cheese & crushed potato chips Mix well
- If you are using a food processor add the flour, cheese & potato chips to the bowl & pulse until well combined
- Drop onto the baking sheet & flatten with a fork
- Bake for 12 – 15 minutes
THIS IS A PICTURE OF THE 2 I LIKE THE ONES MADE IN THE FOOD PROCESSOR BUT THEY CAN CERTAINLY BE MIXED BY HAND
This post is originally from February 2018… but I am making these wings for dinner tonight & will serve them with a platter of cut up veggies
Here is a recipe for 2 types of chicken wings..one hot, not too hot, & one sweet…not too sweet…so easy for anyone to enjoy!
I decided to try a new recipe for roasting a bone-in turkey breast. Checking the internet, there were so many recipes…how to choice? Continue reading “Roasted Turkey Breast with Herbs”
I’m sure there as many recipes for Challah as there are stars in the sky..well, maybe not quite but really, there are a lot of recipes. And..most people feel that their recipe is the best… and I am sure they are! This recipe is the one I use to make round Challah for Rosh Hashanah… I don’t use this recipe during the year since it makes 4 saves & I don’t need that many every week.
I saw this recipe for Honey Cookies on Facebook maybe a couple of years ago. They are sweet, coated with sugar which makes them crunchy on the outside, chewy inside & just plain delicious
I love this noodle kugel recipe. It is sweet & delicious. The method is really interesting & different then any way I have ever made a noodle kugel before!
Well, I decided to make a chicken soup in the Instant Pot. Usually I cook my soup for hours & hours on the stove & then some more! Lots of skimming & skimming…this is how my grandmother made her chicken soup & my mom & my sisters… but I have found a new way for me!!!! This soup was so delicious…full of flavour…Unless I am going to make a lot of chicken soup for a crowd, I am going to make my chicken soup in the Instant Pot from now on!! The final amount of soup that I got is exactly 8 cups which the amount of water I put in… no evaporation in the Instant Pot.Continue reading “Chicken Soup in the Instant Pot”
I needed to make some rice krispy squares for my niece’s birthday party & decided to make them with Kraft Jet-Puffed Marshmallow Creme.
The cookbook that this recipe is from was published in 1991 & has so many good recipes in it! Continue reading “Balsamic Chicken”
What a delicious idea! This orzo salad is like a deconstructed California roll..minus the Nori! It can be eaten warm or cold & makes a good side dish or a stand-alone dish as well…I liked it the next day for dinner. I made this when we had company over & everyone really enjoyed it. Continue reading “Orzo Salad with Imitation Crab”