Do you live in a town that is big enough to have a food truck or two? Have you ever eaten at one? Even more likely, have you watched a show on television, be it crime or comedy and seen the actors raving over food bought at one? If you answered yes to any of these questions, have I got a cookbook (Food Truck Road Trip–A Cookbook: More Than 100 Recipes Collected from the Best Street Food Vendors Coast to Coast)
for you! And while I am at it, have I got a pie for you, too!!
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This #thankfullysweet fusion of Pumpkin Pie and Southern Banana Pudding is a one-of-a-kind Autumn dessert that will have you sittin’ up and sayin’ “howdy, ya’ll!”
One of the interesting things I noticed upon moving to Florida three years ago, was that most restaurants serve Banana Pudding for dessert. In fact, some restaurants only serve Banana Pudding for dessert, especially if they also serve barbecue. Those two foods go hand and hand in the South. It was only fitting, therefore, that when coming up with an Autumn dessert, that I chose to make a variation of this very popular local dessert. Continue reading
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School. Sports. Lessons. Work. Family Time. My day is full to the point that it can be overwhelming to think about coming up with a quick meal or dessert for the family to eat. At times like these, especially now that Fall weather is here, I start wanting comfort food, like Apple Walnut Rice Pudding. However, I need that comfort quick! Thank goodness for products like Success® Rice!
It’s a new week and my calendar is blessedly empty. I still have regular things like teaching piano lessons, volunteering at my daughter’s school and church activities, but there are no extra appointments, no company coming, nothing!! I feel so free! I am sure that by tomorrow the kids will mention a few extra things they need me to do, but for now, in this moment, I have an easy week ahead of me. So how do I celebrate? I make easy meals and easy desserts. These Fudgy Peanut Butter Bars qualify! Continue reading
I have had this recipe for Apple Cinnamon Cake printed out and ready to be made for years. I saw this cake with globs of apple pie filling in the middle and it screamed “MAKE ME!!!” Like many of you, however, I printed the recipe and then it slowly made its way into a pile and then to a shelf and then was forgotten. Then recently, I made up some apple pie milkshakes (and no, there are no milkshake recipes here, sorry), but I only used about 2 Tbsp of a whole can of apple pie filling. Suddenly, I remembered this cake. I dug through a few files, found it, made the cake and then promptly lost the recipe. Luckily, it was only yesterday and my memory extends that far.
I can never say no to baking books of any kind, especially when they are filled with chocolate, fruit and cinnamon in the form of cookies, breads and cakes. The Holiday Kosher Baker: Traditional & Contemporary Holiday Desserts by Paula Shoyer is just such a book. It takes the reader through the year of big Jewish holidays and all of the wonderful sweets and baked goods that go along with them.