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I have experimented with countless recipes searching for that perfect chocolate chip cookie.
2010 at 3:23 pm | by Nicole Whitacre Filed under Homemaking Recipes So many of you asked for the Tomato Basil Soup from Janelle’s 52home picture the other day, so here it is. Enjoy! La Madeleine’s Tomato Basil Soup 4 cups canned crushed tomatoes 12 fresh basil leaves 1 cup heavy cream 1 stick (1/4 lb) of sweet unsalted butter Salt to taste ¼ teaspoon cracked black pepper Simmer tomatoes in saucepan for 30 minutes.
Sausage balls are a classic tailgating treat. It doesn't matter what time the game is, sausage balls are always welcomed at the tailgate! We've tried lots of different recipes over the years and finally found our "go-to" recipe.
The original inspiration for this came from an amazing blog.
These cookies are ridiculous!! Ridiculously good that is! I found this recipe on Southern Living's website around Christmas time last year, but I never got around to making them. That was our loss because these cookies are crazy good. The white chocolate or almond bark on the bottom is a MUST. The cookies are good plain, but the chocolate puts them over the top!
Erin said... Oh my holy heck! I must make these now and eat them all!!! They look awesome! March 9, 2011 at 2:42 PM
Happy Friday everyone!
A few weeks ago, I saw The Pioneer Woman make another lemon pasta dish and I immediately thought "Yuck! Lemon & Pasta sounds nasty!"
liz texted me this morning for a good crockpot recipe so i decided to share the wealth on here. i recently read this , this , and this and it pretty much changed the way i think about a crockpot now. i love all of her ideas... you better check out the second link if any.
So it is cruel irony that I made this cake and don’t get to eat it(dreaded diet).
It’s cold and gloomy here which is perfect soup weather. Especially when that soup has a little heat of its own from some spicy jalapeno peppers. I'm not really ready for winter weather yet -- I held out as long as I could before having to turn the heat on but with temperatures getting down in the 30s and 40s, this week was the end. The beautiful fall weather is over; it’s cold and dark before 6:00 at night, which means it’s almost winter.
These aren't anything complicated.
Baked chicken breasts rolled with spinach and ricotta topped with pomodoro sauce and melted mozzarella. A dish the whole family will love! Since making chicken rollatini stuffed with prosciutto and cheese a few weeks back my husband has been craving chicken rollatini the way he grew up eating it, stuffed with cheese and topped with sauce and more cheese. I had to sneak some spinach in them against his will, but he was very pleased with the final results. I guess you can say this is a cross between my Chicken Parmigiana and Spinach Lasagna Rolls .
Happy Thankgiving! Thanksgiving and Christmas are my favorite holidays, because it starts with a time to reflect on the year and be so grateful to God for everything He has given us and then immediately begin to celebrate the birth of our Savior!! It's such a wonderful Christ centered time of year, which I celebrate like I do any other joyous occasion-- with lots and lots of baking!
Just about three years ago I wrote a blog post that made it to the first page of Digg in less than 24 hours. It was phenomenal and continues to be my post with the most traffic to this day… The name?