I have had this thing forever! I was unpacking a box of miscellany today and found it along with another gem I will save for a future post. My mother had this, it had been her mother’s. I don’t remember Mom ever using it. It is a Swedish Timbale Iron… We aren’t Swedish lol and … Continue reading
You can’t have a delicious Thanksgiving feast without an equally delicious dessert to follow it! When I think of Thanksgiving dessert specifically, I think of pie. So, here are some vintage pie recipes for your perusal.
Quite some time ago, I posted a recipe called Italian Cheesecake. At the time, I thought it sounded really good and that maybe I would try it someday. This past weekend was the time, and I tried it! It was very easy, not a difficult process at all, and the result is really lovely. The … Continue reading
Not too long ago, I posted three recipes for peanut butter eggs, and at the time I thought they sounded pretty easy. So, this past weekend I decided to try one of them! Here we go. Here’s the ingredient list: 1 lb box xxx sugar 3/4 c melted butter or oleo pinch of salt 1/2 … Continue reading
As you celebrate Easter in whatever way you prefer, why not add in some of the wonderful candy treats we have looked at recently? Here are links to all of them. Mashed Potato Cream Eggs Cream Easter Eggs Cherry Easter Eggs Chocolate Fudge Eggs Peanut Butter Eggs You could even use a mold, such as … Continue reading
When I think of making candy, I think of mashed potatoes! Actually, no, I have never thought of that. I am perplexed by this ingredient and I don’t know if I will be trying it. Does anyone have an idea of why the recipe uses mashed potatoes? Mashed Potato Cream Eggs 5 boxes XXX … Continue reading
Chocolate dipped Easter eggs sound so easy when you see how few ingredients there are. I am feeling tempted to try this. Has anyone ever made their own? As site reader Diane B and I discussed recently, it is much easier to just buy the pre-made ones from Hershey’s or even See’s. Easter Eggs Cream … Continue reading