I LOVE to Cook!And more than that...I love when people enjoy what I cook! I have toyed with the idea of starting this blog for some time. Finally, I have made time to share some of my best recipes and share my trials as I attempt some new recipes. Enjoy!
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Magic Cookie Bars are my father’s favorite Christmas candy. These holiday goodies are quick and very easy to make. There is virtually no clean up, and they are ready in 25 minutes. What could be easier? From start to finish, … Continue reading
It just isn’t Christmas without Coconut Balls. I love Mounds and Almond Joy candy bars, and these little delights are better than either one. My mother has been making coconut balls for as long as I can remember. Like Chex … Continue reading
This recipe comes from Melanie Honeycutt, another DPI Region 7 gal that I have had the opportunity to get to know over the past few months. When Melanie told me she had a good recipe for peanut brittle, and I … Continue reading
It seems as though my cousin Michael and I have two things in common — a love of travel and of cooking! Last year, my cousin had just spent an entire day doing holiday baking when he headed to his … Continue reading
Let me just tell you a secret — My mother is the queen of Christmas candy. It’s true. She can flat out make some Christmas candy, and another one of her famous recipes is her fantasy fudge. This is a … Continue reading
Every family has its own special version of holiday party mix. I have tried different party mix recipes at various friends’ homes and Christmas parties. When I was a teacher, students would sometimes bring party mix to me as a … Continue reading
Haystacks have to be one of the easiest Christmas candies to make. Plus, people just love them. My friend Michelle loves them so much that one year for Christmas she asked me to make her an entire batch of haystacks … Continue reading