This cake is equally as good for desert and breakfast.....I love it as a coffee cake! It is a bit sweet, but heh....you only live once, right!? Start the frosting just before the cake comes out of the oven, because it has to cool before adding the sugar.
This recipe comes from the Diocese of Louisiana, from a cookbook entitled "A Cook's Tour of the Bayou Country". Generally, I haven't found anything from Louisiana that didn't taste good! This cake turns out really moist.
This makes a very healthy tasting, chewy cookie....it isn't a crisp cookie. I had it on a Christmas Cookie Exchange this year, and really enjoyed it! Originally authored by Brenda Bragg from Ohio. Cook time is actually 8 minutes per cookie sheet, I just increased the cooking time to accomodate multiple cookie sheetfuls!
These biscuits are baked for Anzac Day (April 25), a memorial tribute to the soldiers killed in World War I. Anzac is an acronym for the combined Australia and New Zealand Army Corps. Although called a biscuit in Australia and New Zealand, they are actually what Americans would call a cookie. From Better Home and Gardens. Posted for ZWT5.
I prefer baby back ribs, but the grocery stores in my area put these country style ribs on sale quite often, so I am always looking for ways to make use of them. Plus, I love to grill....this is a perfect match.
When I was little, my Dad would do my Mom a favor and run to the local bakery and pick up donuts and pastries for the kids so she wouldn't have to deal with breakfast; did he ever think about the sugar rush? Never mind; the teachers had to deal with that! The bakery he went to served donuts they called applejacks, and I always loved them way more than the chocolate covered cream filled yeast donuts! They also served superb bear claws and apple fritters! This is as close as I can come to their "applejack" recipe. They were always still warm when we got them from Daddy's truck into our stomachs! Yummy breakfast treats for weekends or vacations!
This sauce is very versatile. It is delicious warm with pork or ham, and also good cold served over ice cream! You can vary the texture by blending the mix with a hand held blender, or leave it chunky...your choice! If you do choose to blend it, the yield will be slightly less than specified.
"The most cherished of all the vegetables in Germany is asparagus. Although the green variety is enjoyed in many dishes, the most prized is white asparagus. Either variety works well in this Asparagus Cream Soup" from Classic International Recipes. The serving amount is for 6 side dish or appetizer servings, not for a meal. I'd say it is 2 or 3 servings if used as a main dish soup.
This is a classic Southern recipe for Easter or Christmas. The sweetness of the honey and molasses is cut by the bourbon and orange juice, making for a perfect glaze. Once the ham is cool and chilled, be sure to remove the fat from the drippings to save and serve with the leftovers...that is one of the best parts of the recipe!
I love to grill on my charcoal grill. This is one of those recipes that makes the neighbors wander over to ask what I'm cooking....it smells so good and the smell drifts for several hours! This is a recipe for a day you'll be spending at home. But don't worry, you can do other things while its cooking, or just sit around watching a movie or a ball game! Fun times! Hickory chip soaking time is not included in the prep and cook time.
This is a great recipe for beef stock. It will save you money and is healthier than buying beef broth at the store. You can put it into ice cube trays and freeze it, keeping it in the freezer for about 6 months. 5 to 6 cubes is equal to about 1 cup of stock.