This week for Sunday dinner, I decided it was time for chocolate again.
So I was looking through one of my grandmother’s recipe boxes the other day, looking for ideas for dessert for Sunday dinner… Cheesy, huh? My mother said she bought it for my grandmother in Mexico in the 50’s or 60’s. I love old recipes, and I came across this one… It starts out in my grandmother’s handwriting, then it looks like the rest is in
It’s What’s Cookin’ Wednesday!! Last Sunday I made this cake to take to my mother-in-law’s house for Sunday dinner. I usually try to come up with something new each week, which drives my husband nuts. He would be happy with a rotation of two or three of his favorites. I needed to make something, but I didn’t want to go the store. The only cake
When I first saw this recipe, I thought there was no way that cheesecake could be this easy. Not only is it easy, it is, as my son Rob said, “the best cheesecake I have ever eaten!” My son, Riley, turned 15 yesterday (Eek! Permit time!) and requested it for his birthday cake. Since I am an absolutely horrible mother, and since I was out
My mother-in-law is awesome. She has many attributes and talents, but most of her family would probably say the finest of these qualities is her cooking. My in-laws live in Florida from October to June, then come home for the summer, and while she is here my mother-in-law cooks Sunday dinner for around 20 people every Sunday. Everyone goes to church, then we all meet