I Love You Valentine Brownies ~Jessica Riga

With Valentine’s Day around the corner I saw it as a perfect oppourtunity to bake something again! This recipe is very similar to my previous baking post, Christmas Tree Brownies, but they were a hit so I thought my Valentine’s Day Brownies would spark some inspiration this V Day too! These brownies are incredibly easy […]…

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Romany Creams

Originally posted on Lynne's Recipe Trails:
? OMW …today I had this impulsive urge to bake a batch of Romany Creams. Several weeks ago I was going through my moms’ old cookery books.  One particular recipe book stood out for me that day.  It was one of those recipe books which had been put together…

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Ricky’s Blue Ribbon Double Chocolate Bundt Cake

This simple, fudgy chocolate dream couldn’t be easier! Dress it up or dress it down, but start with a box of chocolate cake mix and a few simple ingredients like sour cream and chocolate chips and the end result will make a moist, intensely-flavored chocolate cake with textbook results every time! Glad Ricky didn’t lose…

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7 Lucky Foods For Friday the 13th: Combat the Bad & Make It Good!

Superstitions abound on this day; the dreaded Friday the 13th. Visions of black cats crossing your path, walking under open ladders, seeing the triple digits 666; all seemingly never good to encounter. Some people live in fear of Friday the 13th. They’ll have to get through May 13 the best they can this year, but…

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7 Prosperous Good Luck Foods for the New Year

“Out with the old in with the new.” This age old wish rings true in most every home on New Year’s Eve and Day. Why not welcome in the year proper with the addition of your favorite foods to ensure good fortune? Here are the wondrous 7 to help lead the way. Fish Fish are…

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Guest Chef Christmas Cookie Exchange! Maria’s Mexican Chocolate Wedding Cookies

The cookies that are served at most weddings and celebrations are known in Mexico as biscochitos. The basic ingredients are nearly identical to Russian teacakes or shortbread: ground nuts, flour, butter, sugar. In Mexico they are rolled into balls or formed into crescent shapes and covered with confectioner’s sugar. Maria has twisted the traditional recipe…

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Guest Chef Ricky’s Blue Ribbon Double Chocolate Fudge Bundt Cake

This simple, fudgy chocolate dream couldn’t be easier! Dress it up or dress it down, but start with a box of chocolate cake mix and a few simple ingredients like sour cream and chocolate chips and the end result will make a moist, intensely-flavored chocolate cake with textbook results every time! Ingredients: 1 (18.25 oz)…

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Guest Chef Wednesday! Alton’s Nut Butter Fudge– EASY Microwave Version

Homemade fudge without the fuss and candy thermometer! This version is “microwave” but no slouch! It’s creamy, sweet and a lovely treat! My suggestion is to use other nut butters for a variation of flavors. Almond, cashew even sunflower butter—add some chopped nuts for crunch, a bit of chopped coconut for good measure and top…

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