December

Be prepared to be asked for this recipe. It is a favorite and we are often asked to bring "the wings" to many gatherings. Crunchy and meaty with just the right amount of finger licking spice. The sauce is really, really good and can be used for grilled meats too! 

Click Here for Recipe:  Man Oh Man Chicken Wings

 

Man Oh Man Chicken Wings and Sauce

Good Morning!  I just added Fudgie Buttons to our cookie repertoire.  I love small cookies with huge flavors.  I made these yesterday, they are good-especially warm, but I  tweaked the recipe a bit more this morning, adding more chocolate and less sugar.  I will not have a chance to try my tweaked recipe today because I am experimenting with Cherry Snowballs now.  Tap here for the newer tweaked recipe >>> Fudgie Buttons

Fudgie Buttons

 

Update:  the cherry snowball dough is resting and I just finished making my favorite holiday cookie- Pizzelles- our recipe is ridiculously delicate and not a good traveler, none the less an elegant favorite.  Tap for recipe here >>  PIZZELLES

Another Update:  The cherry snowballs turned into "cherry puffs".  Good but not "website worthy".  When I get it right- I have some ideas- I will post the recipe- probably in time for Valentine's day. 🙂 

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Today and tomorrow are Christmas Cookie Baking Days.  The first goal, a petite, thin, somewhat crunchy Peanut Butter cookie- packed with flavor.  A cookie that might be served at a Tapas restaurant.  I just ate the first one- Oh- I think peanut butter lover's will really like this one. Tiny, crunchy with pea-nutty wow! -  Wrap them proudly in cellophane bags and tie with ribbons- for gifts.      Press here + leave a comment.>>    Petite Peanut Butter Thins

                                      Yield:  Approximately 12 dozen

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Note:  For a softer more old fashioned Peanut Butter Cookie- hearty and wonderful with a glass of milk- see our other Old Fashioned Peanut Butter Cookie Recipe.

 

 

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Share and let us know your "Most Memorable" dish and why it is so special, where it originated and share a recipe or two if you please.  It is fun and comforting to read, not to mention it  just might help with planning your holiday menu or thoughts on what to bring to get togethers. 

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Most Memorable

 

For us:  Marge's Huge Antipasto Bowl and Nan's Shrimp Melts come to mind.  Press the "Most Memorable" button above.