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I used to print REALLY tiny!!! I had hundreds of recipe cards printed out like this that I started when I was around 18. Not many of them survived my various moves as an adult and I tossed out my entire filing draw of hand printed recipe cards. However, I did hang on to this […]
These are really really really good!! Don’t force your husband to eat all 12 of them! lol (But he will if you keep offering them… so what if he can’t move for the next hour!!) 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 3 1/2 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon light brown sugar 1 1/2 cups […]
Everything ‘the French Guy Cooking’ makes looks fantastic. Let’s start with his French Toast!! Get out the Cast Iron no. 12. This will make 5 whole slices of bread in two batches. Slice bread 1/2″ thick using white sandwich bread. Cut each slice in half. For the batter: 2 eggs 4 TBSP white sugar Pinch […]
1 cup flour 1 1⁄2 cups milk 2 eggs 1 teaspoon vegetable oil 1⁄4 teaspoon salt Combine flour, milk, eggs, and oil. Add salt. Mix until smooth. Preheat griddle (I had mine set just under 3 on a gas burner.) I put a thin coat of crisco vegetable oil once it was heated, then added a tiny bit of […]
Be good to your cast iron!! Make Cornbread in it! I’ve tried a lot of recipes for corn bread, this one is sweet and beats the others hands down. It’s not sweet as in desert sweet, it’s just right. Great with some butter. Warm up and serve with eggs. Eat it at midnight for a […]
OH MY GOSH!!! These are amazing. Next time you’re here… everyone can make their own breakfast. Seven bites of delicious at a time. They form a very convenient hole in the centre which will be great for injecting warm jam or jelly or whipped cream. We had ours with icing sugar and maple syrup!
The Triple B These biscuits have a golden brown, flaky bottom crust as well as a flaky top crust… every time! Get the butter… eat em up! Tips for making biscuits: Don’t handle them too much. When you cut the butter in, you want to see it (the butter) still after you’re done. Use your […]