More Doughnuts

This recipe sheet is virtually identical to the previous entry for raised and cake doughnuts. Each type would be cooked in hot oil. Let the dough cook for a bit, then turn it over so the other side cooks. I recall reading (though not from where exactly) that the oil should be deep enough for … Continue reading

Raised Doughnuts – sweet dough

We have talked about the history of the doughnut being almost uniquely American in the past. Before the days of a doughnut shop on every corner, women made doughnuts at home, deep fried in grease and dusted with sugar or maybe powdered sugar. The likes of Winchell’s, Dunkin’ Donuts, and Krispy Kreme really took the … Continue reading

English Muffins

  While I’m positive English muffins existed before the 1980s, I recall a specific marketing push that made them seem “new” to my youthful experience at that time. There were all sorts of brands and varieties, some with nooks and crannies, some with raisins, some plain. I have loved them ever since, and if we … Continue reading

Little Swiss Quiches

This is the type of recipe I usually avoid because it takes three note cards to write out the instructions. Even drifting onto the back for a sentence or two can scare me off, haha. If there’s too much thinking, forget it. But this one is the type of dish you might serve at a … Continue reading

Maryland Cream Waffles

So this recipe for Maryland Cream Waffles dates back to at least the 1940s, possibly earlier. All the reviews I have read about them indicate they are to die for and are far superior to other waffle recipes. I like to eat waffles but I am pretty bad at making them. I always seem to … Continue reading