It is almost January. Depending on where you live, it is either freezing with tons of snow (hi to my family in North Dakota) or you’re in a place that is seeing a warmer than normal winter, like me. Today, in Myrtle Beach, it is 75 and cloudy. While many North Dakotans might not be … Read More
Nearly every holiday season, I go back to my roots and make my great-grandma’s kuchen! Kuchen (ko͞okən), as defined by dictionary.com, is a cake, especially one eaten with coffee. Every family of German heritage has their own version of kuchen – including mine. It is a very popular holiday treat in North Dakota and South … Read More
I found the cookbook “Pass the Plate: The Collection from Christ Church” is a massive antique shop outside of Charlotte. The shop, called The Depot at Gibson Mill, has aisle and aisle of antiques, some junk, and books. Lots and lots of books – including old cookbooks. If you’re ever in the Concord area – … Read More
Cookies…baked in a casserole dish. I have never heard of such a thing. And…I likely won’t try them again. In the “Wyoming Centennial Cookbook (1890-1990)” published by the Johnson County Extension Homemakers Council, there is a recipe for Casserole Cookies. This book is also where I got the Fudge Nut Cookies recipe. Johnson County, Wyoming … Read More
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