A twist on an old home-made and hand-written recipe from a teacher; it’s one of those things that aren’t really around anymore. It’s super easy for those folks on the go. I hope you enjoy my pumpkin ting-a-lings + chocolate.
This breakfast dish is a mouthful to say: “Pumpkin Maple Bacon Rose Cheese Puff Pastry” but it’s definitely easier to make than to say. If you’re daunted by the name or the thought of baking, don’t be. This is not only super simple, it’s truly a delightful treat to make and eat. Don’t believe me? Try it out for yourself.
This is a 100% original recipe, homemade, from scratch and 100% delicious too. It’s got everything I love in it – from chocolate to pumpkin – and I’m sharing it with you because I want you to try it yourself and discover the joys of baking.
This might sound like baloney, but that’s because I’m bringing all the bologna back to this mac-aroni-attack! Also, my cheese grater wasn’t the “grate-st” (sorry for the extra cheese pun) but I HAD to have ALL FIVE CHEESES in this. I really wanted to try to make it as delicious and smothered in cheese as possible.
Potatoes are something I think about when I think of a hearty meal. I guess the potato is something that, in a sense, almost symbolizes home for me. I’m far from Irish, but my mom has thrown in several potatoes in so many Asian dishes like curry, stew, meat and potatoes, hash browns, eggs and potatoes, you name it, potato’s in it. I actually miss my mom’s Asian potato soup dish. It’s nothing like American potato soup, it’s a lot cleaner and not as creamy. Haha, I’ll have to share that recipe with you another day, but the day is not today.
Hi Katherine, As this week’s focus is on cornbread sides, I experimented with a few cornbread recipes of my own. I made a jalapeño and cheese corn bread muffin, but I didn’t like how it turned out, so I tried another corn bread, but I played around with the ingredients. And you know what? It…