It is apple time of year. Made a deep dish apple pie last week, yum. This week using up the granny smiths I have I researched a good crisp recipe. I have modified the recipe for any level of baker. A few things I have learned with apple baking, use tart, firm apples, and peel … Continue reading Easy apple crisp
Upon the arrival of cooler kitchen temperatures, cornbread happens in the kitchen. For my recipe click here. This recipe is for the iron skillet. You could make muffins, corn-sticks, or even cook it in a cake pan. You can make them blue, yellow, or pink. You cannot make them in a sink. Sorry slipped into … Continue reading Rethink Cornbread
Ah a nice slice of pie to celebrate the day. Don’t have corn syrup? Sub maple syrup. Add extra spice to the crust with a bit of cinnamon. No matter the recipe it is sugar pie, oh so sweet! Want the recipe? Click here, and have fun with it! Continue reading National Pecan Pie Day! July 12th
When I soak my feet, I have always used epsom salt. Salt works out pain and soreness. But, I wanted to feel smooth and soft. I recall watching a science experiment using vinegar and it completely dissolved a chicken bone. Bones are made from calcium, callous starts with the same few letters and is a … Continue reading Foot Bath Soak Recipe
I come across pink pancakes, which are food coloring free. Using a bit of nature to color the pancake really works well in this recipe. I am not a pancake fan but these were delicious! I can see this perfectly for Valentine’s Day, or any day for your sweetie! I can also see these poured … Continue reading Pink Pancakes!
While perusing on pinterest, seeking recipes worth a try I came across an interesting recipe. The following is my own adaptation of this recipe, and I will also post the original recipe. Both times I have made this pie, steam has become a problem. I would utilize pie birds for venting your crust. The first … Continue reading OCFM Cranberry Pie
A great way to celebrate fall, make pumpkin pancakes! Pancakes have no processed sugar and using natural maple syrup topping is a tad healthier than high fructose corn syrup based maple syrup substitute. You will need: 2 Cups homemade bisquick 1 Cup buttermilk 2 eggs 1/2 Cup canned pumpkin (not pumpkin pie mix) 1 teas … Continue reading Pumpkin Pancakes!