Yup. Another egg nog recipe. I told you that I froze a bunch of egg nog after Christmas didn’t I? Before it went bad, I poured it in freezer bags, then laid the bags flat on a plate until they were frozen. This makes them super easy to store and take up almost no space in my wee apartment sized freezer. Continue reading “Egg nog cranberry muffins”
When I saw the name of these buns, I had to have the recipe. So I asked and found out that the recipe is a closely guarded family secret. The sharer of the recipe is genuinely afraid of the wrath of Baba (grandmother), and as such agreed to sharing the recipe with trepidation. When I asked if I could blog about it (I knew I couldn’t not share it with you) he agreed only if I promised to change the name of the buns and to ensure there was no link to him. I have changed the name of the buns to protect his identity. Continue reading “Wonder Buns”
I heard that Pad Thai was tricky to make. Tricky? It’s noodles. How tricky can it be? The first time I made it, it was terrible.
I love egg nog. Not to drink, but as an ingredient. Ok, the right egg nog, with enough rum and a dash of nutmeg, once a year, is delish. But mostly I like it as an ingredient; for french toast, waffles, muffins. You can replace the milk with egg nog in almost any recipe that calls for milk. Continue reading “Egg nog pancakes”