Archive for May, 2009

Found this great Brownie Pan while Stumbling

Found this while Stumbling. This is great for all of us who like the crunchy, chewy edges of our brownies. You can buy this one  here: Bakers Edge The Edge Brownie Pan I also found another. What’s nice about this one is you can use it to cook thin loaves of bread too. Find this […]

Passing On of the Recipes Part 2 – Kálach

It’s another day so today we are making two loves of Kálach. Kálach, as pictured below, is a pastry roll stuffed with nut meats and raisins. This recipe is for one loaf so be sure to double it if you want two loaves. Once again KT, my daughter, is getting schooled by my mom.

A Real Passing on of the Recipes – Hungarian Fanks

Well I called my mother and I found out the Target bag of recipes she gave me in the “Passing On of the Recipes” post where her cast off recipes. So I asked where are the recipes of the good stuff from my childhood, where is the Fank (a fried bread doughnut, topped with sugar) […]

Sonic Opens a New Store In Grand Rapids MI

They finally opened a Sonic Drive-In in Grand Rapids MI. They have been advertising on the cable stations for ages but they didn’t have one close enough to go to. They have the old style drive-in with the menu and intercom at each station. They even have waitresses on skates! What a flash back for […]

Strawberry Sponge-cake, Great Desert for Mom!

What’s good about this recipe is that you can get the kids in on making a dessert for Mom on Mother’s Day. There are no knives used in this preparation. The sharpest thing we used was a grapefruit spoon. If you use biscuits its called Strawberry Shortcake.  Because you use shortening for biscuits, they call […]

Passing On of the Recipes

I received one of the greatest gift anyone interested in food or cooking could receive, my mother’s recipes. Was it a worn and weary bound tome of the Bennett and Buzas families passed down through the generations? Was it a homemade box stuffed full of hand written on slightly stained index cards? No, it was […]