Browsing Category 'Sweet Stuff'

trio1

I’m not Irish…I don’t even own one piece of green clothing but I sure have fun with the holiday! When my girls were little toddlers, I would wake them up in the morning in my Irish brogue (well, my Polish Slovak Irish brogue)… and would talk to them all day in my brogue… I would […]

blueplate1

My dear friend, Shari invited us to her house for dinner and I offered to make dessert. All week, I wanted to bring a special dessert and wanted to bring one that was so “Shari”… Luscious and sweet with a hint of rum! I found all that in this recipe. I’m not a big fan […]

Key Lime Cupcakes

It’s a celebratory weekend and I thought I’d serve up the day with something sweet, bright, tart and colorful… Key Lime Cupcakes! I’m celebrating my oldest daughter’s visit. I haven’t seen her since October and we have some celebrating to make up for since I couldn’t see her at Thanksgiving or Christmas. We exchanged presents […]

cupid

This post is not about fancy recipes and exotic cooking… There’s plenty out there in the last few days from other bloggers on the perfect meal and dessert for Valentine’s Day. This post is about a perfect Valentine. We had the joy of watching our 4 year old twins this weekend and I had the […]

tastycake1

What has a pound of butter… a pound of sugar… decadent chocolate… and pecans? Texas Sheet Cake! This recipe is not for the faint of heart…nor the faint of spirit. You won’t be able to resist once you see the goey-ness and smell the chocolate. One bite leads to one piece of cake which leads […]

pie5

Impromptu. Impromptu dessert. Impromptu blog post. It was Saturday afternoon and we had plans with friends for an early dinner. I’m standing in the produce aisle with Hubby and said “Hey, let’s do dessert at our house!” He certainly didn’t argue with that and when I asked what should I make, he pointed to the […]

slice

Yes, it’s Christmas Eve and I’m writing a blog post. I had a few free minutes and wanted to share with you this fantastic recipe I made this afternoon. So easy. So delicious. So festive! I found the recipe on the King Arthur Flour website. I switched it up a bit but found many great […]

Mom

This post is dedicated to my two sisters for whom I’ve made these nut rolls to celebrate one more Christmas together with our Mom. I don’t say enough how much I appreciate you. I may have mentioned this before in my posts that my Mother suffers from dementia. My Dad, my sisters and I have […]

Cherry Delight

It’s Thanksgiving Eve and I had all the best intentions of sharing some of my favorite holiday recipes with you. Sometimes life hands you a curve ball and after all these years, I have learned to go with the flow and not beat myself up over what I could have done or should have done… […]

holidays

I have a sweet little surprise waiting for my family tonight. Let’s say a little “Thanksgiving Preview”… I present to you Julia Child’s cranberry sauce. I found this recipe over 25 years ago in an issue of Parade Magazine. It has become a family favorite over the years. Thanksgiving is always celebrated at my sister’s […]

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