I can’t remember a time when my family didn’t make this exact version of Baked Stuffed Cabbage Rolls Recipe. It began with my grandmother but she never used a recipe and never could remember where she learned of using Campbell’s Tomato Soup. We loved it anyway. She made hers in a pot on the stove, […]
What goes together better than chocolate and peanut butter? This recipe for Reese’s Peanut Butter Cookie Cups is kind of a spin on those oh-so-famous cookies you make at Christmas, Peanut Butter Blossoms. But instead of chocolate kisses, this is peanut butter on peanut butter using Reese’s Peanut Butter cups set into peanut butter cookies. […]
There is nothing more soothing on a cold day than a hot bowl of my Easy Broccoli Cheddar Soup! Just a handful of ingredients and ready in less than 40 minutes. If your bakery sells bread rounds, this one would be perfect served in a bread bowl.
Salmon, commonly referred to as the king of the fish is known for its high amounts of vital nutrients such as protein, potassium, folate, and vitamins B6, B12, D, and E. Salmon is also very rich in omega 3 which research shows can reduce one’s chance of getting Alzheimers, blood clotting and inflammation. There are […]
Italian Sausage vs Regular Sausage Italian sausages are thicker and slightly bigger than the regular sausages. Gristles in Italian sausages have more fat. In America, Italian sausage is also referred to as a style of Pork Sausage. In the markets, you will find them in large, 6-inch links, sometimes coiled when you buy them in […]
Did you know that you can use the burnt looking brown bits that are stuck in the bottom of the pan after you cook meat or vegetables? What is Fond? In the world of cooking, there is a name for everything. The crusts or the brown bits that are stuck at the bottom of your […]