Kitchen tips are great, aren’t they? Using tips you discover can make your time in the kitchen easier when you are cooking, helping you save both time and money! As I said in a recent post, I love a good kitchen tip. If I find something in a magazine or on a website that I’ve never tried, […]
Cooking and food brings both family and friends together!
Happy October everyone! I know I should be starting a new COOK Club book, but I had to share one final recipe from our September book for Classic Old-Fashioned Oatmeal Cookies. It’s a great cookie to make for fall, simple, easy and delicious! Our September Book, “Simple Old Fashioned Baking,” has some great, easy recipes […]
One part of being frugal means making use of leftovers as much as possible, even the small amounts. Learning how to make your own beanie-weenies for a quick snack is one way to use leftovers in a thrifty way! And, in my opinion, they make a great fall dish, with a hint of summer (am […]
For me, fall represents more time to bake and share food with family and friends, and these Classic Snickerdoodles fill the bill in a lot of ways! I don’t know about you, but when folks say “what’s your favorite season?” Fall comes to my mind. Now, don’t get me wrong – I can give you […]
Recently I posted about how to make easy biscuits – it was one of the recipes from our August COOK Club cookbook titled “The Foxfire Book of Appalachian Cookery.” This book shared excellent old-fashioned recipes and stories of how things used to be done. But something was missing – sausage gravy! I had a comment […]