Chocolate Meringue Pie for dessert?
As many couples do, Tim and I have shared special childhood memories, especially about food, since starting What the Forks for Dinner? One of Tim’s memories is about his Aunt Marge. For years she made Tim and his twin brother Chocolate Meringue Pie for their birthdays. It was always a special treat. Continue reading “Chocolate Meringue Pie”
A new twist on one of my childhood favorites……Goulash! Chicken Goulash with Buttermilk Dumplings.
Growing up we were pretty poor, so stretching a buck was an art form. We had a lot of hamburger, which when I was growing up, was really cheap. We also ate a lot of pasta…..ok elbow macaroni. Goulash was on of my favorite meals. My Mom wasn’t the greatest cook, a wonderful baker, not so much on day to day cooking, but she rocked goulash. Her secret ingredient was brown sugar. It was jus the right amount of sweet with the tomatoes. Continue reading “Chicken Goulash with Buttermilk Dumplings”
The groundhog has spoken……more winter. So, more baking. Double Berry Breakfast Bake is just the ticket for more winter.
Warm, sweet, full of berries, and oats. Just the thing to warm you up and get you going on a cold morning.
Coffeecake like, Double Berry Breakfast Bake is just sweet enough make you think you have having a decadent treat, but gives you some pretty good nutrition to start your day.
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