Handmade meringue? Yes, it is possible to hand whip egg whites into a light, fluffy meringue. When OXO sent me these egg tools for free to try, I was thinking, “What would put this hand beater to the ultimate test?” … Continue reading
Say,”Cheese please!” This week Sunday Supper spotlights all things cheesy. No, not cheap, unpleasant, or blatantly inauthentic (thank you Merriam-Webster) but glorious, tasty, everything-tastes-better-with cheese. Thank you Angie from http://www.bigbearswife.com/ for hosting this event. One cheese dish that came to … Continue reading
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When families live miles apart, even states and countries apart, “Home for the Holidays” takes on real meaning. But coming “home” for the Holidays is often not practical for everyone. One solution my (ex)Mother-in-law came up with was for all … Continue reading
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When #SundaySupper first announced this Cooking For Julia event, I was a little skeptical. Sure I saw a TV show here and there. We had 3 channels that came in clear when I was a growing up plus a fuzzy … Continue reading
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