My Favorite Childhood Recipe: S’mores Cookies

I started cooking when I was only 12. I had to take a home economics class in 7th grade, and we cooked there. That’s how I got into it. The first things I would bake were cookies, muffins, and cakes. However, during the first few years of cooking and baking, I threw away most ofContinue reading “My Favorite Childhood Recipe: S’mores Cookies”

Unique Side Dish Ideas For Thanksgiving

Whether you read this in November (or October if you’re from Canada) or any other time of the year, it can still help you decide on side dishes for Thanksgiving. Of course, there’s the traditional turkey, whether you bake or deep fry it. Then there is the stuffing, cranberry sauce, and gravy. While the sideContinue reading “Unique Side Dish Ideas For Thanksgiving”

Cupcakes I Want To Make

Who doesn’t love cupcakes? While I have made the traditional flavors, vanilla, chocolate, red velvet, carrot, and strawberry, I dream to branch out into different and unconventional flavors. The company, Baked by Melissa, inspired me to consider some unusual types to bake. Of course, I wouldn’t copy their formulas, which I’m sure the public can’tContinue reading “Cupcakes I Want To Make”

“Cold Stone Creamery” At Home

Since many Cold Stone Creamery locations have closed, and few, if any, remain, I’ve tried to use their techniques at home.  Below is a picture of vanilla ice cream with crushed brownies mixed in. What I did was crumpled the brownies with my hands into the bowl. Then I scooped some ice cream and mixedContinue reading ““Cold Stone Creamery” At Home”

Review of “Tasty’s” Chicken and Dumplings Recipe and How I Made It

As I craved chicken and dumplings, I searched for a website that was meant to serve one person. Unfortunately, none of them pleased me. So, I found a website called tasty(dot)co, while searching for creamy chicken and dumplings. They call it “Cozy Chicken and Dumplings.” If you go on the website, you will find theContinue reading “Review of “Tasty’s” Chicken and Dumplings Recipe and How I Made It”