This was created by my dad and I when we discovered fingerling potatoes in the grocery store. We cut them with a fancy cutter to make the ridged edges but you can just use a regular old knife. Very simple and easy and taste better than deep fried fatty french fries you get in the pub-without the guilt! excellent served alongside fish. You can add more spices if you like-but the basic salt and pepper allows the lovely flavour of the potatoes to shine through.
This is the best, but don't tell my grandma! She and my mom compete about who has the best shortbread--my vote goes to my mom. I love this stuff, it's so dense yet it melts in your mouth at the same time. It brings me back to my childhood.
From Pillsbury bakeoff, winner in 1955 Bertha Jorgensen wowed the judges with her innovative yeast roll containing pecans-I haven't tried it yet but would love to, you can also use hazelnuts or almonds in place of the pecans
An Anna Olson recipe--a boston cream pie with a little twist for those peanut butter lovers! I recommend making this the day before and make sure you keep the filling cool and chill it before you try and put the glaze on, because the filling will ooze out every where if it gets too warm. I would probably make the cake and the filling the day before and glaze it the next day.