Dessert Made Simple

The other day, again I was left with some bananas that were perfectly ripe for eating, but it was just too warm in my Texas kitchen for any baking opportunity.  I hate wasting food, and wanted to eat the banana just as it was, but it just did not sound good by itself.  By adding … Continue reading Dessert Made Simple

Bundted French Bread

Ah….the smell of homemade bread in the house.  Nothing better than digging the jowls into hot bread out of the oven.  French bread is easy to make but on the tough side.  Day old French bread makes the perfect crouton toasted in the oven or wonderful French toast. Today I am including two recipes using … Continue reading Bundted French Bread

Apple Baker

Many years ago the Apple Baker or Apple Schnitzer was invented/created.  I came across a cast iron, blue speckle a few years back.  Having one apple baker for a family would not work proportionately.  So I waited to stumble across more apple bakers through the years.  Friday, I visited a local antique shop and came … Continue reading Apple Baker

Cathead biscuits

This recipe I have adapted from a magazine.  I utilize a hot cast iron pan that gives the bottom of these biscuits a crispy crust.  These are easily served with bacon, oranges, sausage, pineapple, and the list goes on and on.  These are so filling they make an excellent make and take breakfast option. Cathead … Continue reading Cathead biscuits

Pecan Pie

There is no secret ingredients for this simple pie.  You can get the filling and pie crust  recipes here.   We live in Pecan country with lots of native pecan trees, so this pie is common for the area, and will not last long .   I have made this two different ways, either way will … Continue reading Pecan Pie