If you love Tollhouse as much as our family does, than you surely will love the original recipe before Tollhouse changed it in 1979! The original recipe from Ruth Wakefield (the creator of chocolate chip cookies)!http://www.sugarcreekchic.com/original-tollhouse-recipe-pre-1983/Kimberly ...more
It’s Monday after a long holiday weekend. I’m tired. I’m cold. There’s a re run of Wendy Williams on. My dinner turned out un-blog worthy. There’s only one thing that could possibly turn this day around.Chocolate Chip Cookies.Do I really have the energy to go out in the kitchen and make a mess just for some cookies?? Um YES. The answer is YES I do....more
Once upon a time I had the most amazing job. I worked admin for a family owned turf farm. I had THE most wonderful boss and her family was an absolute hoot to work with. Not only did I work admin managing accounts, but I also helped make lunches for the guys in the field. These were not sandwiches in a bag type of lunches either, keep in mind. My husband has this job to thank for all of the ‘man food’ I am able to cook up for him. I also ended up doing a lot of baking. Crisps, cakes, cookies… whatever the guys wanted that day....more
What's my favorite part of the holidays? The food, family, friends and the holiday parties of course! And would there be any holiday parties without the food? The more I become acquainted with food, the more I come to realize how much it has to offer. Not only does it give us the constant nourishment we need to live our daily lives but it brings us together. It builds friendships. It also opens a world of opportunity to experiment with exciting flavors and try new recipes. That's one thing I love about food, it never has to be boring and there are limitless combinations of what can be created.