(Currently dancing in my Mario Bros. T-shirt wearing my Evil Dead PJ bottoms)
Geek and Gamer girls
We’re unbelievable (Tri-force!)
We all know
That Han shot first (It’s a trap!)
We want originals
Geek and Gamer girls (Level up!)
Browncoats represent (Shiny!)
We aim to misbehave
(…just a tad from the lyrics of Team Unicorn’s Geek and Gamer Girls video following post)
OK so I just opened up a can of Pumpkin puree, but I cannot be a pacifist when it comes to this bread. It is scrumptious and must be made year long *shaking fist in the air and adding a bit of jazz hands*, not just for the holiday season. It is BETTER then the Pumpkin Bread currently at Starbucks, yes I said it! *SNAP* This is not my recipe but from a friends Renegade Chef file, who shared it with me so I could post it here for all of you!
Well, since I know many of you closet bacon eaters have more than likely put yourself into a glorious food coma creating your own Bacon Wrapped Sausage Delights, I suppose I will have to say YES you can have your pudding cookies!
Lately I have been stalking Dessert For Two. Christina delivered recipes scaled down to make a sensible size dessert instead of enough for a bake sale. (Well that and after the Bacon Maple Donuts incident we needed to be a bit smarter, I ended up with a severe sugar crash after stuffing my face with three donuts. I couldn’t help it they were SO good!) I was reorganizing my pantry looking for inspiration when surrounded by light, a glorious box of lemon pudding called to me! What? You don’t like lemon pudding? For shame! (Seriously, neither do I but I had inherited this when a friend moved out of state. One of the great things about living in Alaska, when people leave, you gain ownership of boots, coats, left over fish and game, tang, pilot bread…you get the the picture!) I recalled seeing something about pudding in a cookie recipe I had.
What better way to start off the new year here at The Cabin Goddess then with my 100th postand a recipe with bacon in it! Specifically Bacon Jalapeño Poppers I hope everyone had great New Years Eve celebrations. Whether you spent it at home, like I did, with friends and family, or celebrating at a party or bar! But what is a good celebration without great food? Heck I apparently have LOTS of celebrations because it is my goal in life to make every food related thing nothing but great!
One pan, one spoon & a whole lotta love!
My gorgeous Willow Breeze all grown up
When my daughter Willow was born we discovered the hard way,with her ending up in the hospital almost dying, she was allergic to anything dairy. Not just the lactose, not just the protein but the milk sugar as well! As a joke they asked me if I had both Latino
Flavored Sugars are a way to add a bit of elegance and beauty to your baked dishes and beverages. Everyone needs to feel elegant, and if you cannot indulge in expensive resturuants and Breakfast at Tiffany’s you can enjoy it with adding it to your baking and morning tea or coffee.
As soon as I add that vanilla sugar to my morning coffee I feel my pinky begin to rise, and the sudden
I promised this recipe to @AKDaveDownunder a few days ago and decided it would be yet another gift from me to all of you during my whirlwind recipe fest this Holiday season!
I used to be married to a military man who was raised in a very traditional mid-west family, but not the fun kind from my side of the family. The recipes I gathered from THAT marriage were ones that I have had to kick up more notches than I will ever admit to my former mother-in-law. (I swear she has never heard of salt and pepper!) One of these was her version of Chex© Mix.
After our first year of marriage I was finally able to serve steak without him automatically asking for ketchup (and thinking I would actually give it to him). He was settling into my cooking and loving it, right up until tradition stepped on my spicy toes. Right before our 1st Thanksgiving he asked me to call his mother to get a few of his favorite traditional recipes. By then I had ate a few of her meals and knew that it was going to be something I made a small amount of first only to experiment till I had just the right spices in it to make it palatable for our family. I was right in the middle of getting her “famous” Scalloped Corn recipe and during the fourth time of me asking, “So no salt or pepper, just the corn, eggs, cream and crackers?” my husband yells from his spot in front of the TV,
#Bacon is the inspiration for me putting this out for all of you, why? Because I love you!! I made this for Geoff for Sunday breakfast! It has been since the end of October that I have posted. I have been stuck in writing and tweeting limbo all month. Most of it was due to the cold up here. (We had century record breaking temps here in Fairbanks, AK.) A lot of it was due to a horrific
Marshmallow Fluff (not to be confused with the crap Kraft seems to think is an OK substitute called Jet-Puffed, it is NOT even close to the same recipe) is full of magical powers!
Marshmallow Fluff - It can change a variety of recipes that will make your man drop to his knees with a 3-carat diamond within a week after you make a few of the
Ever have one of those days that you just do not want to cook anything? Well that is me today. Last night I was all spastic and ready to bake all day today. I had plans! I wanted to make this new chili recipe but I ended up tweeting with a few friends later and continuing to read Days with the Undead that my friend Julianne Snow is writing. If you like