I almost shed a tear… This recipe is another one that has been shared by a family member, my great grandma Emma. See the cute little (Edwards Mom) (Good) note at the top! This recipe is so unique and I love that it has made it three generations ❤ Ingredient List: 1 tsp – salt 1 tsp… Continue reading Salad Dressing…
Throughout this notebook my grandmother Esther notes a lot of recipe’s from her loved ones. This one is from her sister Helen. I remember Helen as a petite gal with a feisty attitude that everyone couldn’t help but love. I specifically remember Helen and my grandmother waltzing around the dance floor at any family wedding to… Continue reading Aunt Helen’s Pea Salad
From Illinois…. Freeze brown sugar to keep it from lumping. If it is already hard and lumpy, freeze it and it will soften. Growing up I seem to remember Ester keeping almost everything in the freezer for preservation! Today I also keep my flour in the freezer. I stays fluffy 🙂
From NEW MEXICO… Shortly before taking cupcakes from the oven, place a marshmallow on each for the frosting!!! I will personally be trying this one!
From a gal in the state of Maine…. Buy the cheapest brownie mix and add a 6 oz. bag of chocolate chips! They are DELICIOUS!
Welcome Readers! This post has been one in the making….. let me tell ya. At least a year ago I was going through my late grandmother Esther’s neat recipe books. To the normal person you would assume I was scrolling through a neatly bound book with the local town centennial stamp on the front. Although there… Continue reading In the beginning.
As a young gal when it came to cleaning mirrors and windows my mother and grandmother knew just the trick to a streak free clean. NEWSPAPER….. say what? Yes. They would spray down the glass with whatever window cleaner we had around and then immediately crumple up an old piece of newspaper and aggressively wipe… Continue reading It’s the ink….