Candy Quik on how to make cake pops. My other favorite tutorial is Hungry Happenings tutorial on chocolate By giving you this information from my peers, I can go into making a lovely display for your cake pops or anything on a lollipop stick.
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Sunday, October 14, 2012
I don't know if you have the same opinion of cut out cookies as I did but they were not my favorite thing to make. What a hassle. Make the dough, refrigerate, roll out hard stiff dough and is not uniform in thickness. Well, not any more! I found the "Tidy Mom" way and it changed my opinion of making cut out cookies forever!
Saturday, October 13, 2012
I love fried eggs, but in my house, fried eggs are a lot like snowflakes, no two are alike. Problem solved!!! Again, I was "thumbing" through Pinterest and found a blog where a wide mouth canning ring was used to make the perfect fried egg. Low and behold, it worked!
Saturday, October 6, 2012
Thursday, October 4, 2012
I was at a friends house and she had served roast beef and gravy. The gravy was unbelievable, I could have just drank the gravy it was so good. I asked her how she made her gravy and she laughed at me. She showed me that it was a brown gravy mix with a secret ingredient. "What could this secret ingredient be?" I thought to myself, I need to know. After a little prodding, I wriggled it out of her. Balsamic vinegar. Huh? How could that be? I didn't believe her, I thought that she was pulling my leg. So the next time I made a package of brown gravy, I tried a little balsamic vinegar and low and behold, she was right. I had to experiment with it a little and found the formula to be this:
1 package of brown gravy mix (prepared as directed) + 1 teaspoon balsamic vinegar.
Sounds odd, but nobody will believe you that you are serving them brown gravy mix from a package. Or, they will want your recipe. It will be up to you if you want to dilvulge the secret. It could be just between you and me.