Irish potato candy isn’t Irish and has no potatoes in it, but it’s still a delicious no-bake recipe for St. Patrick’s Day made with cream cheese, coconut, confectioner’s sugar, and cinnamon.
Some tasks are more pleasant than others. Ironing? There are two shirts hanging in my laundry room for over a year waiting to be ironed. I should donate them to a charity. Cleaning the shower? You have no idea how much I wish it would clean itself. I can’t skip doing that one though. Making […]
Today’s post is by my friend Tara of Noshing With The Nolands. Our friendship began when she joined in Sunday Supper and has grown over the years. I’ve enjoyed so many of the recipes and posts featured on her blog and many other sites. She is definitely a successful hard working blogger and I am […]
Today’s post is by Stacy who has lived all over the world. My mind spins just to think of what it must be like to live in such exotic places. You can read all about it on Stacy’s About Me page. She is a southerner at heart and it is a big heart too. She […]
Two failed cheesecakes were in the fridge. One had a soggy crust and the other deep cracks and burnt edges. They were the first two attempts in making my Mom’s cheesecake. A water bath leak and then no water bath had put the two in the disaster category. I didn’t have the heart to throw […]
Fantastic Fudge is one of my Christmas traditions. It is more than a recipe or a gift I share. Either myself or my mom has made this fudge every single year for almost 30 years. Sometimes we both make it. When only one of us makes it we share it with the other (and friends […]