It was the night before Christmas… When all through the house I had so much to wrap, bake, and clean that I gave into my not so silent chirping birdies plea’s for a quiet prepared dinner not by me. I placed my deli order with […]
It’s post-Christmas, and the fam is so very over the rich holiday food! Not only that but I’m exhausted from all the cooking and baking. I needed a break, and so did they.
My oldest son has said since the wizened age of eight that butter makes the world go ’round, and duct tape holds it all together. I was so proud that at such a young age, my son was so practical and visionary. Sigh…
My go to pie pastry is butter crust, because I have found it is universal and reliable like no other.
We love stuffed pork loin at our house, but the dish had gotten a little stale. The mere mention of it set off lots of groaning and crying. “Not again!” The old family favorite need a little sprucing up, so we decided to try it with cornbread apple stuffing.
It’s cold and wintry, a teeth-chattering 37 degrees where I’m at. I actually had to wear a jacket and close-toed shoes! The deep South experienced it’s first snowfall in years as far as north Florida. We got a fine rainy drizzle where we are, and grey skies. I decided to make some cornbread apple stuffing to go in a pork loin for dinner.