This post is about a Creme Fraiche is a soured, or cultured, cream that is used in a variety of dishes. It’s similar to sour cream, but it’s richer and the flavor is less tart. In our area, I can’t find Creme Fraiche in any stores, but luckily, it’s very easy to make Creme Fraiche. All you need is cream and buttermilk. It’s really that easy to make Creme Fraiche at home from items you can find in any supermarket. It’s delicious to add richness to dishes like our recipe for Tomato Soup with Lentils. Making Creme Fraiche […]
This recipe is for a sweet potato casserole that is so sweet and delicious that it’s almost like eating dessert. The secret is baking the sweet potatoes before making the casserole because baking makes sweet potatoes taste even sweeter than usual.
What is better than cheesy gooey macaroni and cheese? Macaroni and cheese made in the slow cooker that cooked itself while you were at church or out running errands. This version, made entirely in the slow cooker using uncooked pasta is rich and creamy and doesn’t disappoint. The one pot preparation is a snap. Macaroni and cheese is a true comfort food, and since I made Macaroni and Cheese in my pressure cooker, I’ve been wondering if there’s a way to make macaroni and cheese in my slow cooker without cooking the macaroni first. I think I’ve finally found the […]
So far this week, I have posted two recipes for finger sandwiches that would be great for a Mother’s Day tea party. Today, I am going to share a recipe for scones. Scones are a traditional tea time treat. These scones are sweet and delicious, and I love the combination of orange and cranberry. They are also very easy to make. In my recipe, I used dried cranberries. If you are looking for a recipe made with fresh cranberries, check out this recipe at Sally’s Baking addiction. I chose to use dried cranberries because they are available in my […]
With Easter just around the corner, I have been thinking of the food traditions from my childhood. One of the traditions of the season was Creamed Eggs on Toast. Another was Glorified Rice. I don’t know how this dish got its name, so I have no idea why it was called glorified. I only know that it was delicious and a childhood favorite. Occasionally, my mother would make it on other occasions, too, but I always associate it with Easter. Glorified Rice is a combination of cold, cooked rice, pineapple, whipped cream, sugar, and marshmallows. Maraschino cherries can also be […]