Archive for July, 2013

Decadent thick and delicious hot fudge.  Simple to make and so much better than store bought.  This hot fudge recipe came from a book called Red, White and Blue Ribbon 2004.  It is filled with recipes from all across America. Kevin eats any leftover  hot fudge with a spoon, minus   Read More ...

Categories: Desserts, Featured

I got this recipe 40 years ago from my sweet mother in law. This is the best pumpkin pie I’ve ever made or tasted. It wouldn’t be Thanksgiving with out this pumpkin pie. It is delicious and is so easy to make.   PrintPumpkin Pie Prep Time: 10 minutesCook Time:   Read More ...

Categories: Desserts, Featured

An elegant coffeecake, worth baking for the aroma alone.  This tender cake is both filled and topped with a cinnamon-y nut topping.  I have made this in a tube pan and a 13×9 cake pan, works great in both.     PrintSour Cream Coffeecake Rating: 51 Prep Time: 20 minutesCook   Read More ...

Categories: Cake, Featured

This recipe for chewy treats is big on taste but needs little effort. They are handy to make when the weather is hot because the oven never has to be turned on.  M&M’s and peanut butter, what could be better.   PrintNo Bake Bars Yield: 15 bars Ingredients4 cups Cheerios   Read More ...

Categories: Desserts, Featured

This is the best coleslaw I’ve ever tasted.  Many of the ingredients are the same as in other coleslaw– the difference must be  the celery seeds, vinegar and mustard.  Don’t leave anything out. It’s perfect.  I got this out of a Albuquerque newspaper years ago.   PrintCorky’s Memphis Style Coleslaw   Read More ...

Categories: Featured, Salads