For me, these Fried Rosette Snowflake Cookies bring back fond memories of when I was growing up along with my older sister and my twin brother. These cookies were also a favorite of my dad’s, so whenever I think of my dad and Christmas I can’t help but think of these cookies!
These scrambled egg rolls are the brainchild of my son, Greg. He’s been wanting me to make and produce this crunchy breakfast treat for a long, long time.
I don’t know what took me so long to finally get these made and add them to my blog, but good things come to those who wait, and please trust me, these scrambled egg rolls are really, really good things!!!
My husband adores fried mushrooms. I mean, adores them. Me? I’m more of an onion ring gal.
But this post isn’t about me or “my kind.” It’s about men, and “men food” which is why I chose to make these Beer Battered Fried Mushrooms… for him, and for all others like him (i.e. men) who love fried mushrooms…and beer! 🙂
My mission, should I choose to accept, was to make a burger using the secret ingredients; lemon, spinach, cream, and radishes. The […]
This post is actually a recipe re-do from one I did back in October of 2010 called Friday Night Fish Fry. Wow! That’s a long time ago! Since I’m not a very skilled blogger (more on that later), but I am a good cook, I wanted to bring this recipe back with a slight update in the recipe itself and, of course, some updated photos.
Pan Fried Mozzarella Cheese Stuffed Rice Balls are crunchy on the outside, creamy on the inside, and stuffed with lots […]
Whenever I’m at an American county fair or street festival, I always make a beeline directly to the corn dog stand. Corn dogs have always been something I crave, and they’re the one “food on a stick” that I enjoy more than all the others. Until now, of course. For me, a hot and hearty “Corn-Wurst” now takes the blue ribbon in my heart.
Have you ever been to New Orleans? I have not, but it’s on my bucket list of places I want to visit. I hear the food is amazing, the people are fun and friendly, and the culture needs to be experienced at least once, especially during the party that is Mardi Gras, where the theme is “Let the good times roll!” Making Beignets for Mardi Gras is a good place to start.
Rosemary French Fries are double fried to make them hot and crispy on the outside, and creamy and soft on […]
Apple Cider Doughnut Holes are are a seasonal treat that you never outgrow. These soft and pillowy yeast donuts are […]