If you’ve ever baked fresh homemade bread you’ll want to try this recipe right away. I’ve stolen it from a recipe for a bread machine that I got from a friend, and would love for you to try it.
The legend goes that this friend, one Jim Campbell, firefighter and now retired supplier of Red Savina powders and mashes, first created this bread for a chilihead dinner party known simply as a Hotluck. At such parties, folks bring their own spicy specialty to share. Jim Campbell brought this bread. It enjoys quite the following.
Sushi? Rolled banquet burger? Serve this on a bed of rice and call it both. Either way, this delicious recipe, which was originally blogged as a Facebook photo series, has been so popular that we’ve lost count of the reshares. Try this one to make your tummy smile.
This is quick, delicious, and satisfying with lots of Umami
A delicious and fast salad with fresh blueberries, snap peas, and Tico crusted Tuna.
Making cheesecake is not really a difficult task. Making really good, light fluffy cheesecake, now that in and of itself is an art.
In the ten years that Greg and I have been married, the only cheesecake I ever hear about is his “Craig Claiborne Cheesecake” made with farm fresh eggs and tons of cream cheese. He made tens of thousands of them, at least one or two every day for the tweleve years he owned the Appletree Landing Restaurant in Canning, Nova Scotia. So he’s bound to be pretty good at making cheesecake.
There are other cheesecake recipes, but, Greg says, once you’ve tried this one, there is NO going back