Watch the video to see how my grandma used to make fudge and how my mom makes it to this day. Once you learn to recognize when the sugar has reached the soft ball temperature, fudge is pretty easy to make. And it takes so few ingredients!
I love to read old cookbooks and magazines for old tips and cooking tricks. Looking through a 1990 edition of Better Homes and Gardens, I discovered a recipe for Irish Cream Fudge featuring mashed potatoes. The function of the mashed potatoes is to give the fudge a creamy texture. How intriguing!
Exciting news! Our latest cookbook is now available on Amazon. We’ll be adding more pumpkin recipes and videos to the website this week. Fall is here, and pumpkin is in the air!
Homemade granola is quick and easy to make, and much less expensive than buying it off the shelf. Most importantly, it’s a lot healthier because you know exactly what’s in it.
With Canadian Thanksgiving just around the corner (October 8, 2012), we’ve been busy chopping, baking, steaming, pureeing, and experimenting with one of our favorite fall fruits: pumpkin.
Today was one of those mornings where my 4-year-old refused to eat breakfast. I went through the list of usual options: Oatmeal? Toast with peanut butter? Apple muffin with sesame butter? Fried egg with ketchup? He replied with a definitive, “No. Neverland!” (It’s his new expression.) So then I got creative.