I received this crockpot/pressure cooker small appliance for Christmas. There are pros and cons. pros: pressure cooker works comes with a handful of tasty recipes, some I have tried many times crockpot works you can steam vegetables (I have not tested this out) you can cook rice (I have not tried this out) there is … Continue reading Power Cooker Product Review
I have found yet another recipe worth trying. After making and tasting this cake and comparing my knowledge to the recipe, this is a pound cake, but made in a half pound increment in a 9 X 13 pan. Instead of no frosting, or traditionally (way too sweet) butter cream it is made with whipped … Continue reading Whipped Cream Topped Poke Cake
Living in the south now for more than 20 years, I have learned there are legendary recipes/foods embedded with the culture. Buttermilk Biscuits are one of those foods. For years this recipe intimidated me. I always thought they were difficult to make and never imagined I would conquer and successfully make a great southern, flaky … Continue reading Southern Buttermilk Biscuits
This recipe was in a magazine I recently purchased. I always guinea pig my family and test recipes on them. This cookie is one large cookie cooked in a cast iron skillet and has wonderful flavor. I disagreed with the execution of the recipe and have made one change, which will benefit everyone! Instead of … Continue reading Skillet Cookie
Have you ever made cornbread from a pre-packaged mix? Cornbread is relatively easy to make skipping the mix and using pantry ingredients. Preheat oven to 425 degrees placing a 10 inch non-stick skillet on the middle rack. I use my pre-seasoned lodge skillet. While the oven and skillet is heating up wisk in a large … Continue reading Iron Skillet Cornbread
Today, Jan 19th, is National Popcorn Day! Popcorn is so easy to make. 3 T coconut oil 3/4 popcorn 4 T melted butter 3/4 Teas salt In a large pot melt coconut oil, add popcorn, cover. Cook popcorn until the popping sounds decrease to two or three pops every couple of seconds. Turn off burner. … Continue reading Celebrate National Popcorn Day!
I am from the Midwest. Nice choice of perfectly delicious meats are everywhere. I have lived here in Texas for more than 25 years, and meat selection is not prime here. Texas is known for oil, not prime cuts of beef. Here they barbecue beef brisket and call it delicious. In the Midwest, this is … Continue reading Barbecue Brisket