Caraway Puffs (Rolls)

Caraway seeds are the thumbnail-shaped seeds you find in some breads, and have an aromatic flavor. They are most commonly used in rye bread to add that distinctive flavor to a nice loaf (and paired with pastrami, oh yum). Caraway is considered a savory seasoning in cooking, and can be used with pork dishes, added … Continue reading

20 Minute Fudge

While I’m not very good at making candy, this might be a little easier. Fudges are basically ingredients, mixed together, then allowed to set. Easier recipes like this were designed for women who – like me – didn’t excel with candy. But this looks easy enough to try. 20 Minute Fudge 1 egg, well beaten … Continue reading

Weight Watchers Strawberry Milk Shake

While this recipe names Weight Watchers, it is from such an old version of their program that I suggest users recalculate how this would work in the modern program. I have no idea if it would be allowed or not! If it sounds tasty, good luck finding strawberry or raspberry diet soda. We used to … Continue reading

Green Tomato Pickles

It’s spring and you might be planting tomatoes, cucumbers, and more in preparation for summer. If you have a bumper crop of tomatoes, you could try these greet tomato pickles. I guess if you have more than you can eat, this is one way to save the fruits of your labor. Note, a peck is … Continue reading

Bran Muffins

More bran muffins, this time calling for straight bran. You can use Graham flour or unbolted wheat flour, or even whole wheat flour in a pinch. Bran Muffins 2 c flour 3 1/2 teas B.P. 1 1/2 teas salt 1/3 c sugar 1 egg 1 3/4 c milk 2 c bran 3 tbs melted shortening … Continue reading