I call this a tea bread because it is not super sweet like a pound cake, but does have the same texture. Next time I play around with it, I think I may add a bit more milk and butter and see what happens. I used Bob's Red Mill All Purpose Gluten Free Flour mix with great success.
I made this stew as a companion to Miss Annie's Irish Colcannon (#20597), which is why it's heavy on beef and low on veggies. This recipe can be doubled easily. A lot of the flavor comes from the vegetable and beef broths, not to mention the beer!
This recipe came from a website but it's been so long I can't remember exactly which one. I love this recipe because it yields a light, flaky sticky bun that is not overly sweet. It's relatively easy to prepare; prep time includes refrigeration/rising time. This recipe has a big yield, but can be halved without problems.
This was originally published in "Southern Living" magazine; I have made a few alterations. I have used both Betty Crocker and Krusteaz sugar cookie mixes, both are good just remember that baking temps/times may vary. These cookies are sweet, spicy, and make me think of the winter holidays.
This is the baked macaroni and cheese recipe from our favorite BBQ joint in Georgia, Sam and Dave's in Marietta. It was originally printed in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. It's perfect for a crowd or just anytime. Prep time includes boiling the pasta.
I'm not sure about the origin of the recipe; my best friend asked me to make this for her birthday and dear heavens, was it amazing! Bake time for my convection oven was 40 minutes, but check after the first twenty-five. Nice, crisp crust and moist inside...the chocolate, coffee and cinnamon blend exquisitely.
One of mom's favorites. Hearty, filling and tasty. These also freeze well; I store them in plastic freezer bags. Please note, the bran flakes listed in in the ingredients are more like large flakes of wheat germ and less like a breakfast cereal, although they can often be found on the breakfast cereal aisle at the grocery store.