I have been at it again – finding more ways to use the base of the best dinner roll dough. It was requested that I try cinnamon rolls and the results of the trial were fabulous. I made the basic dough in my bread machine. Then I rolled it out, added magic dust – err, … Read More about Homemade Cinnamon Rolls
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All it takes is a little Cool Whip and a box of JELL-O to make delicious pudding pies. To help minimize the chaos at our house with the start of school, I decided to make a couple of them – one for my husband who does not eat chocolate, and another for those of … Read More about Strawberry Cream Cheese Pudding Pie
I am so delighted that warmer weather is here. It means that my family and I will be spending more time dining al fresco. It’s so nice to get out of the house and to enjoy being outside. In my quest to combine the delicious flavors of grilled foods with comfort food, I … Read More about Italian Sausage Pasta
Yesterday, I pulled raw almonds and chocolate chips out of my pantry with the intention of making chocolate almond clusters. Since I had a lot to do, I just left them on my kitchen counter.
Later that evening, my husband decided that he would make some peanut butter crackers covered in almond bark. I helped him make them and we had some melted almond bark left over. He looked around the kitchen and noticed the almonds and said that he wondered what the almonds would taste like, covered in the bark. Though I had not thought of using the white bark, I thought it would be worth a try. I threw some almonds in the oven and toasted them and then we coated them in the almond bark. After they cooled we tried them and they were a hit.
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Zoo Atlanta dates back to the late 1800’s – 1889 to be exact, making it one of the oldest zoos in the United States. It began when a traveling carnival ended up going bankrupt while it was there en route to Marrietta, Georgia. The animals, which were left in their cages to languish, were purchased by … Read More about Zoo Atlanta