Showing posts from March, 2011

Full Plate Thursday 3-31-11

Hi, I am so glad to see you today. I hope you had a beautiful drive out today. Be sure and walk around in the garden and look at that beautiful White Wisteria that is in full bloom, and it smells heavenly. I am so hungry so lets get this food on the table, I can't wait to see what you brought today.

Thank you so much for coming out and I hope you enjoy your day with us. White Wisteria

This Is How I Filled My Plate Last Week Breakfast Lemon Cranberry Muffins Denise at Creative Kitchens
Breakfast Smoothies Jackie at Loving My Domestic Life
Morning Snack
Cinnamon Rolls  Jill at Boys Bovines and Blessings
Ham and Cheese Pockets Christy at Organic Princess
No Bake Cornflake Cookie Amanda at The Paisley Cupcake
Minty Milkshake Hollie at The Seven Cottage
Afternoon Snack
Baked Fudge Sugar Free Heart of A Country Home
Mango Mint Sherbeta Cooling Mango Nisa at Cooking Is Easy
Balsamic Glazed Pork Tenderloin Katernina at Culinary Flavors
Baked Egg in Jacket Sweet Potato Shu Han at Mummy, I can…

Our Daily Bread

This is a wonderful Bread recipe that was passed down to me by my Aunt Faye, who called it Our Daily Bread. She made the recipe at least once a week and sometimes twice she was a wonderful cook. I still miss her sometimes, but I have fond memories when I make the bread.
Our Daily Bread Warm The Milk and Butter Proof The Yeast Mix The Flour With The Liquid Stand On The Stool So You Are Tall Enough To Knead The Dough Knead The Dough Let The Dough Rise Double In Size Let The Dough Rise A Second Time In The Loaf Pan Let It Cool Before Slicing Enjoy! Our Daily Bread Miz Helen's Kitchen 2 packages of instant yeast or 2 cakes of yeast 1 cup milk, scalded and cooled to lukewarm 1 1/2 cups water 2 tablespoons sugar 2 teaspoon salt 1/4 cup shortening 1/4 cup butter 6 cups flour Additional melted butter for the baked top Scald the milk and let it cool to room temperature Proof the yeast in a teaspoon of sugar and 1/2 cup warm water Add the yeast to the warm milk and 1 cup warm water stir in the remai…

Whats For Dinner Next Week: Southwest Tilapia Chowder

Spring is really here everything is getting green and all the spring plants are in bloom. What a beautiful day for you to take a drive to the country. We are just having our coffee out here on the patio so come on back and join us. The other day Sno White of  Finding Joy In My Kitchen stopped by and asked me how many people I cooked for every week. Usually it's just me and Honey Bunny, but a lot of the time someone just drops by about meal time, because they know I can always fill an extra plate at my table. On holidays it is not unusual to have 30 or more.In the summer on week ends when family and friends are coming to the lake, it could be from 4 to 40.  My leftovers are planned and we either have them the next day for lunch or it goes in the freezer. I make up freezer meals for my husband, so when he works outside the home, he just grabs a dinner  from the freezer and he is set.  Well you know me I just go on and on, we better get to that menu.
Feature Recipe Friday Southwest Tila…