As promised here is the apple pie with all the hype. I am becoming more disappointed in this magazine called Bake from Scratch. I am finding out, whoever verifies these recipes does not do a very good job, nor do they have proper wording and details for cooking. I spent all of my afternoon yesterday … Continue reading C.R.A.P. ~ Cinnamon Roll Apple Pie
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
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
After purchasing the magazine called Bake from Scratch…ahhhh…. so many recipes, so little time. I currently make out a grocery list and had planned to make buttermilk pie before I even thought about Shoofly Pie. So I had all the wonderful ingredients to put yummy in our tummies. I like the magazine’s recipe better than … Continue reading Buttermilk Pie anyone?
Recently while running an errand at the grocery store I visited the magazine counter where I fell in love with the magazine called Bake from Scratch. I am a stubborn, frugal person who does not like to spend money on items such as this unless I find many recipes that can be used. I thumbed … Continue reading Shoofly Pie
This recipe came directly from my Grandmother. My Grandmother was a hard worker and very mechanically inclined. As I age, and my character builds, I’d like to think that I am like her in many ways. Grandma was a domestic engineer….er housewife on the farm. The many hats she wore in one day could have … Continue reading Poor Man’s Stew–My Grandmother’s Recipe
This morning there were 4 ripe bananas sitting on the counter. I ate one and simple math leaves me three. The banana was over ripe. The flavor was fantastic the texture, not so much. I was going to make banana bread, but that just does not sound good for the 100 degree August day. I … Continue reading What to do with 3 Ripe Bananas?