Hungarian Goulash Crock Pot Recipe

[ad_1] With so many Hungarian Goulash recipes out there, how do you know what’s authentic? Dumplings or not, stew or thicker, noodles or plain. My husband spent a year abroad studying in Bonn, Germany and traveling all over Europe, so when he asked me to create an authentic Hungarian Goulash recipe I was a little … Read more

Webkinz Recipes – Pumpkins

[ad_1] If you are like me and you like doing some Webkinz Gardening now and then, you’ll probably have a lot of farm fresh food on hand all the time.  I think at one point this summer we had over 25 pumpkins to harvest at once.  So do you want to know what you can … Read more

Best Sugar Cookie Recipe?

[ad_1] There is nothing like a great sugar cookie recipe. Don’t buy the roll of Pillsbury Dough, you can make a superb cookie that will remind you of the days when Grandma made them. Grandma used to sit by the fire and drink her tea and Grandpa used to sip his coffee made from his … Read more

Duck Breast Prosciutto

[ad_1] Prosciutto is a traditional aspect of charcuterie in French cooking. Simply, it is cured meat which is then cured and matured further by drying in air – leaving a wonderful, intensely flavored butchery product. Sliced thinly, and served with good, strong country-style mustard, dried fruits and black bread, it is a great lunch or … Read more

Beef Oxford Recipe

[ad_1] The Classic Beef Oxford recipe is one of my all time favourites. It’s a real hearty meal for all the family to enjoy or if you are having guests over as it is very simple and will not take up to much of your time once you get all the recipe’s ingredients for the … Read more

An Easy Meatloaf Recipe For A Busy Cook

[ad_1] There are as many meatloaf recipes are there are cooks. This one is my favorite, an easy meatloaf recipe that can be varied to suit your tastes. Start with the basic recipe and add seasonings from the list below to suit your family. You can vary the meats used and the seasonings. To keep … Read more