This is a combination of several recipes and although not a traditional spoon bread, some of the ingredients and the fact that you can serve or eat it with a spoon lead me to call it so. Almost everyone I know who has eaten it has begged for the recipe so I figured I better get it written down. I tend to cook to taste so some of the measurements are truly dependent on personal taste, but it is mainly the process, that makes the difference
This simple candy shows up at all of my family gatherings .This recipe is quick and easy. The saltines may sound like a strange addition to something sweet, but I have never known anyone who made this recipe just once!
This is the original See's fudge recipe I found when I did a Google search
Given to Amy DeVore by Emma Julian c. 1930, this is “supposedly” the original recipe for See's Fudge, produced by the See's Candy Company, Los Angeles. Emma allegedly worked for See's and later owned her own candy store.
This is a delicious lower fat bar if using reduced-fat peanut butter, these are perfect for kid's lunch boxes, feel free to add in some chopped nuts or sunflower seeds or coconut in place of the raisins,
Taken from Sophia Loren's "Recipes and Memories" Cookbook, this tiramisu is incredible and it's one of the better traditional tiramisu recipes out there. I'm all for shortcuts, but some of the tiramisu recipes I've come across just ruin the final outcome by taking too many shortcuts & using too many substitutes.
I've made this plenty of times and always get rave reviews. It's pretty close to perfect and certainly tastes homemade as it is.
For those of you who don't know, Tiramisu is a cool, refreshing Italian dessert AKA "Tuscan Trifle". It can be prepared individually in custard cups or in one larger baking dish (that is this recipe). Also, this recipe calls for liquor to be used, however any of the imitation flavorings or liquid flavorings can be used instead.
Originally from Taste of Home, the only change I have made
to this recipe is the name. It was originally named for a themed party
and we don't always need a party to make it! We renamed it based on
what everyone who tastes it always says....
This recipe looks so delicious! It was given to the Courier Journal Newspaper by a chef that worked at Jack Fry's Restaurant in Louisville, KY and I just happened to come across it by chance! I do not have an ice cream freezer yet myself, so I don't know how long the passive cooking (freezing) time would be. I wanted to save this recipe for the day when I do get an ice cream freezer...
I've been told by a number of Scottish friends that the Udny Arms (in Aberdeenshire, Scotland) has THE best sticky toffee pudding. Thankfully they've made it available on the web! I've had a number of sticky toffee puddings since living in Scotland, but this one is by far the best. It is also very easy to make! (Recipe info from: Recipe collected by Bernie Jurasek from the Udny Arms Hotel in Scotland and shared with Pat Busst circa 1986. Typed by Jack Busst, Calgary, Alberta. 94/02/27 Jack Busst c/o THE MESSHALL, 1:134/73)