A small recipe my wife came up with and I added some innovation to the idea. The chocolate chip part is mine
Someone somewhere along the line created a wonderful dessert in honor of this muddy season and named it New England Mud Cobbler. Mud Season is that season in-between when it isn’t winter but its not quite spring. Whoever created this wonderful chocolaty cobbler understood the season and I’ll bet when he or she was a kid made great mud pies. Here is how to make this delicious, not so calorie free dessert. Read more…
These are golden brown works of art if done correctly, you must handle with love, and care, and grease the pan!
First there was Hell’s Kitchen. After that there was Master Chef. From that point on the tv airwaves have been slammed jam packed with shows about food that test and torment a handful of ultimate winner chefs and bakers by setting up food challenge competitions.
This delicious type of food is pretty easy to find in Brazil, but in the other countries not, so, learn how to do it and prove it your self.
A look back on the gardening season, the beauty of rain after a long record-breaking hot spell, and settling in for the long winter ahead.
As we all complain about the high price of gas there are other things we use in our everyday life that we feel are necessities that are more expensive per gallon than gas.
Whether you are young or old, an afternoon tea is a great way to catch up with friends, relax for a few minutes in the middle of a hectic day, or simply warm and cheer yourself up. But don’t grab your tea on the run, that’s no fun! Invite people over specially for tea, bring out the delicate china, and dress it up with cakes and tarts. Here are some ideas for fun tea parties.
Tired of leaking, dripping, malfunctioning sippy cups for your little ones? Don’t get frustrated, toss that leaky cup out and find the right cup for your toddler. You won’t be disappointed again with juice stains, drips or wet carpet when you find the brand and style of cup that suits your child’s needs.