Ingredients: 1 Cup Heavy Whipping Cream 2 Tablespoons sugar 1/2 Teaspoon of Vanilla extract I beat this up in my KitchenAid mixer on high. It takes a few minutes and you stop whipping the cream when it starts to stiffen and just when the peaks have a nice little fallen peak at the top like … Continue reading Homemade Whipped Cream
Greetings readers! Welcome to The Cookbook Project. Today I am going to share another goto recipe that I have been using for years that is versatile with about three meals. Have you ever bought a seasoning packet for making taco meat? Well, I am sharing that recipe with you. I make this mix up fresh … Continue reading Taco Seasoning Packet
via Daily Prompt: Learning Learning to cook, mistakes are made along the way. You learn from them and proceed, tweek, and re-hash the recipes you are trying. My first cooking experience was in home economics (sad they don’t even offer this in schools anymore). We were paired up to make pudding. Uh, not hard right? … Continue reading Learning to cook
Greetings! Years ago I came across a recipe that has become a classic at our house. May it become a classic for you. This Biscuit recipe tastes very similar to the biscuits you get at Red Lobster before your meal arrives. The taste, texture, and overall dining experience with these jewels adds an extra step … Continue reading Red Lobster Knockoff Biscuits using Homemade Bisquick
Youth As trends go, the kitchen is one of the most trending places to chase on the internet. All kinds of glorious pictures, and what is not to like gazing upon a kitchen eye candy. These in your face photos make you spend lots of money on replicating the perfect kitchen. Some spend upwards of … Continue reading Keep the Kitchen Alive! Teach Youth to Cook!
With the fast pace life of today, some cooking traditions are falling by the way side. Fast is first, taste is second, and healthy is dead last. So, I have created a blog accidentally. The food published on this site is intended for a homemade cookbook, scrapbook style. For the life of me I cannot … Continue reading Keep It Simple, Make Brown Sugar