DANISH ALMOND VS. NORWEGIAN ALMOND KRINGLE In doing research on kringle, I kept reading about Danish Kringle not Norwegian. I learned that Danish Kringle first appeared in Racine, Wisconsin by Danish immigrants in late 1800’s. I wanted to learn the difference between the two so since the bakery, OH Bakery in Racine would charge $21.49 […]
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Friends who have been long term season ticket holders are always looking for a new soup/chowder to take for tailgating at Gillette Stadium. This year I suggested that they try my Cheeseburger Chowder. It is always a hit especially with men as it has a delicious cheesy flavor and plenty of ground hamburger. I suggested […]
There are fried clams and then there are fried clams!! This past week I attended a conference in Freeport, ME. I asked at the Harraseeket Inn where we were staying who had the best fried clams in the area where the locals ate. I was told it was the Harraseeket Lunch and Lobster on Casco Bay. The weather […]
Tropical Monkey Bread is absolutely the most delicious bread and it will be a big hit at any brunch or gathering. I served this at our Easter brunch and it was the hit of the day with my Key Lime Pie following close behind. The guava, banana and macadamia nuts adds a delicious favor to […]
Christmas Cookie Recipe Dreamy Island Cookies If you love coconut and chocolate, you will absolutely love this Christmas cookie recipe. This is a new cookie and I must say I love the combination of coconut, chocolate and pecans. I made a slight change to the original recipe because the dough was not binding so I […]
COOKIES FOR CHRISTMAS Everyone loves these Cranberry Oatmeal Cookies as they are nice and moist. The secret to this recipe is to soak the dried cranberries in orange juice overnight. I use dried cranberries from Decas Cranberries in Massachusetts. You can find their product in stores under the name Paradise Meadows. They are the best!! […]
Oh, what to do with those overripe bananas?? Usually we bake banana bread, but instead let’s look at a delicious muffin recipe from the “Taste of Home” from University of Massachusetts Dining. UMASS dining is listed as number 1 in the nation for excellence. I adapted this recipe a bit. As bananas ripen their sugar […]
A friend gave me 4 pounds of Damson Plums from her tree. They are also known as blue plums. I couldn’t imagine what I would do with all of them. They are small but full of flavor. After reviewing a few recipes, I decided to go with an original creation. I always have blueberries […]
My childhood friend Irene and I starting making this recipe when we were in our early teens. I can’t imagine how many of these I have made. It came from a Pillsbury Booklet. The story goes that in 1954 a 15-year-old Chicago girl named Renny Powell submitted a blueberry coffee cake recipe to the Pillsbury $100,000 […]
Today, Sunday the 19th is National Ice Cream Day and I must say that the above ice cream is the bestest. It is vanilla ice cream with raspberry […]