Oh I love sharing vintage recipes with you housewives. Here is one for ya that will get the kids and family glowing with excitement. I will link you the article which is called Taste of Home. This looks like it will be so delicious. Link: https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/strawberry-ice-cream-charlotte Advertisements
Once a week, I am gonna do a vintage recipe of the week. This one comes from taste of home. They detail how to make Mocha Baked Alaskas. Just looking at it will make your mouth water. I will post the link below. Girls, this looks so good, I think I will make some, once… Continue reading Mocha Baked Alaskas
It may seem like a lot, but using three bowls has it’s advantages, according to Business Insider, “Use three bowls: Yes, it’s a lot of extra clean up, but when you’re separating yolks and whites it’s best to use one bowl for cracking the eggs into, another for the separated yolks, and the last bowl… Continue reading Use Three Bowls When Cooking With Eggs
Here is a good article I found from the Kitchenn, I will leave the link below. They tell how to get chicken breast really moist and tender every time. Enjoy the article and let’s get to cooking! Link: https://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-cook-moist-tender-chicken-breasts-every-time-cooking-lessons-from-the-kitchn-36891
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Yes, you heard the title right, according to chateline, “Add pasta to sauce — not the other way around. Always have your sauce prepared before you cook your noodles. The pasta cooking should be the last step in making your dish. Keep your sauce warm in a large, wide saucepan, big enough to add your… Continue reading Cooking Tip: Add Your Sauce First, Before the Pasta.
One of my favorite vintage housewife bloggers, the Strong Homemaker, has done a blog about a recipe she did and it is so yummy. i am gonna make it myself! Here is the link to her blog. This sounds so good, even your pickiest of eaters will enjoy it. Link: http://thestronghomemaker.com/turkey-meatball-mashed-potatoes/