Here in Pennsylvania Dutch Country one of the most popular recipes to the region is the Shoo-Fly Pie. There are so many versions of this pie available including the Chocolate Shoo-Fly Pie with Peanut Butter icing over the top portion which we receive each Christmas from our Amish neighbors. That is so delicious! The one … Continue reading Pennsylvania Dutch Shoo-Fly Pie
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My most favorite time of the year has arrived. When November 1st rolls around I know that the holiday season of Thanksgiving and Christmas has come. I enjoy the food and ambiance of this season better than any other time of year. For November there couldn't be any other category for our challenge than: Pies … Continue reading The Chaotic Cooking-Through Challenge: Month Seven
It's become a tough decision for me. I have so many vintage cookbooks as well as newer ones which I want to cook-through so deciding on a book for this challenge has become difficult. But I have decided to cook-through my Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book which I acquired in the mid 1990's. … Continue reading I’m going to cook this book
After finishing off the Thanksgiving Pumpkin Pie I just had to bake another pie. Because a House just isn't a Home unless there are some homemade baked goods in its kitchen, especially during the Holiday Season! 🙂 I took a recipe for an Apple-Cranberry Crumb Pie and tweaked it up a bit. It is very … Continue reading Homemade Apple-Cranberry Crumb Pie
I have always enjoyed Autumn here in Pennsylvania. It is a beautiful time of year with colorful leaves, crisp cool air, sweatshirts to wear and festivals all around. I also love getting back to making comfort foods and baking more in my kitchen. For the last few years I've been baking through many different Pumpkin … Continue reading Eating our way through Autumn; One Pumpkin Pie at a time.