My Finds

It’s been said that there is no need to reinvent the wheel, and there are a lot of good recipes out there.  So I just decided that I need to create a page where I can repost recipes I find that I rather like.  And thus, My Finds, was born.

And the other thing is that when I cook, I often don’t even really follow a recipe, you know, the kind with a list of ingredients and step-by-step directions.  So methinks I will have to find some recipes I do like, and might actually follow, or this blog may be pretty short-lived. Lots of times I will just throw together some of this and some of that (kind of like Amelia Bedelia) and see how it turns out; or I will take a recipe and change it up, modify it, and make it mine.  Bwwwaaaahhhh — all without a freezeray gun.  Sometimes, it’s pretty amazing, but I can never quite recreate it, and other times, it’s a dismal failure.  (And remind me some time to write about Kelly’s spaghetti sauce — that was an epic fail.)   Other times I settle for a grilled cheese sandwich with a dill pickle on the side.

Baking is an exception to my a bit of this and a bit of that way of cooking.  I actually do measure when I am baking.  But I don’t use a timer (which drives some of my kids crazy);  I just take things out when they smell done.  I can’t describe what the done smell is exactly, but I recognize it, and my smell method is pretty accurate.  Does anyone else do that?

Chia Seed Breakfast 

Biscuits and Gravy Casserole

Italian Sodas 

Sweet Toasted Pecans

Pecan Squares

Lemon Grilled Trout (Foil Packets)

Strawberry-Spinach Salad

Caramel Corn

 

 

 

 

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