A few days ago, I was hurriedly whipping up one of my favorite chocolate cake recipes “the BEST Chocolate Cake“, out of my grandma’s Betty Crocker cookbook when I came across a page of recipes that flipped a light bulb on in my little food […]
Month: December 2015
Several weeks ago ((during the Black Friday & Cyber Monday sale-palooza)) I came across the most curious curlers I have ever seen. My curiosity combined with a time-ticking half-off sale price left me no room for investigation or consideration. Yes, I feverishly clicked “buy it […]
Christmas Morning Country Breakfast Bread Pudding ((in a jar)) — a new Food for a Year recipe for Sinkology!
This is my very most favorite breakfast recipe – with a fun twist! Normally, I make this breakfast bread pudding in a deep 9″ x 13″ baker. We have it frequently for dinner throughout the year – but every Christmas morning this is a MUST in my home. I […]
This Fire King Loaf Pan is a beauty – fiery, bright and a real beauty queen in your kitchen!
About a year ago, I had the great privilege and fun treat of learning to make pasta from Chef/Owner : Tyler Rodde ((Chef Tyler — “CT”)) at Oenotri in Napa. ((You can read all about that trip & pasta recipe HERE)) After 12 months of […]
Speedy Honey Mustard & Green Onion Oven-Roasted Chicken ((Part 7 of the “BUSY Mom Cooks” recipe series))
Lately, everything coming out of my kitchen has been “speedy”! I can’t even count how many Tamale Skillet Pie’s ((TSP)) I have made in the last month, but that little gem of a recipe has been making bi-weekly appearances for a while now. In an effort to break out of the TSP routine, and to make use of some things that have been hanging out in my deep-freeze for a while, I decided to whip up a few simple chicken dinners. This honey mustard chicken (more…)
Strascinati Pugliesi with Gorgonzola Cream Sauce & Crisp Candied Bacon :: Another Food for a Year recipe for Sinkology!
With the first bite, this delicious pasta will knock the socks right off of your feet — or at least it will make you want to lick your bowl, the serving spoon and the saucepot. It buckled my knees – in that “did I just […]
Well, life hasn’t slowed for me and — I am guessing, based on the time of year and upcoming list of festivities I am sure we all share, you can more than relate to my state of affairs. When every other bit of life is rushed, a […]