With this convenient recipe, you get four different kinds of cookies from just one batch of dough. The cutouts, peppermint balls, spicy fruit balls and chocolate slices are enough to fill up a Christmas treat tray. —Dawn Fagerstrom, Warren, Minnesota
Light and flakey buttermilk biscuits that will rock your world in the best kind of way. These biscuits are absolutely delicious and easy to make. I’m walking through the process today step-by-step so you are sure to have success.
My kids and my kids’ friends love my fluffy buttermilk pancakes. They are a staple of weekend mornings and sleepovers at my house. Who needs pancake mix when they are so easy to make from scratch! At my daughter’s high school, every few weeks, they have what they call a Late Arrival Wednesday. The teachers...Read More »
It took me some time before I was game enough to tackle a butternut squash again, having battled one and lost some time ago. Armed with my largest knife and sharpest peeler, I attacked this guy and won! Roasted garlic and prosciutto add richness, salt and crunch to the dish, a fall favorite at our house. A little fresh sage goes a long way with me, so I tend to use it sparingly. I selected a sauvignon blanc from a local winery, Callaway Vineyards. Pour yourself a glass to enjoy while you pull together the risotto.