A few years ago I was in a ‘country’ store when I picked up a country cobbler packet. The recipe said ‘add fruit, one stick of butter, one cup of milk and bake at 375 degrees.’
The recipe was familiar. I grew up eating my grandmother’s cobbler recipe and it was simple: fruit, with one cup of flour, sugar and milk along with one stick of butter.
You know you love them like they’re your children.
Our furry four-legged friends love a good treat every now and then.
Great food should be judged by the company it keeps! When I read this quote I knew it would be appropriate for a future blog and here we are…Food Blog #27-Herbs, Spices and Flavorings. I cannot recall a time in my life as to when food has been such a HOT commodity as now. There are recipes on social media and magazines, cooking shows of every facet, cooking competitions, and, travel shows that feature ‘must try’ restaurants. FUN FACT…In 1970 the average grocery store carried 150 types of produce.
The most American holiday of the year is upon us, and that means cookouts, pool parties and campfires.
For a truly festive function, this flag cake will bring out the patriotism in just about anyone. This creation is simple and can be done with some fruit, a little food color and some patience. Find Betty Crocker’s complete recipe at this link.