"Water pie is a sweet pie made with just six ingredients: water, flour, sugar, vanilla extract, butter, and a pie crust. Like other recipes that originated during the Great Depression, water pie stretches a handful of ingredients by turning them into something substantial."
This year I am hosting Thanksgiving and I am excited to have the family over. It's nice because we all contribute to the big meal. This year I am making a side that has been at our Thanksgiving table for years. What's your favorite Thanksgiving recipe?
It's an honest question - what ARE you going to do with all of those apples?
It's definitely a good time hitting the orchards and finding just the perfect one to pluck from the trees. Putting them into your bag and finding the next and then the next. By the time you get home you're overwhelmed and wondering who can eat this many apples?!
Lets discuss some fun ways to utilize these suckers to their
I had this soup for the first time in my life at a restaurant at Sandals in the Bahamas and I knew immediately I would have to try making it as soon as I got home. I did, I loved it, and you will to.
To the best of my knowledge, I am the only one I know who makes this around here. I feel that has to change. I have only made it once and I found the recipe on line. There are a whole lot of recipes o
I’m a mutt when it comes to where my family is from originally. My mom’s side it Italian, Polish and a sliver Lithuanian. My dad’s side is English and Scottish. Growing up in NJ was great because I was exposed to all different cultures, ethnic foods and traditions...