Sunday, March 30, 2008
If variety is the spice of life then chocolate must fill in the bits between!
I used the exact same recipe as the peanut butter squares and substituted
chocolate chips for the butterscotch chips.
The results were very good, I chilled the marshmallows as well.
This link will take you the old recipe.
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Enjoy this decadent variation in moderation.
Wednesday, March 26, 2008
My Nana used to make these for us when we were children...and adults too.
The key to getting it right is to take time to let the mixture cool. I think Kraft
smoothie peanut butter would work best but I used Jiff as it was available.
Not sure if organic only peanut type would work. This is so sweet it made my
teeth hurt. ( Had to give most away and didn't have time to freeze them)
They taste best if you sneak them out of your grandma's freezer and eat them frozen...
right out of the ice cream pail.
Sunday, March 2, 2008
This is a time honored favorite.
Lemon Brown Sugar Pork Chops
The ingredients are basic,
two pork chops with bone
one lemon sliced thick
Pre heat the oven to 375 and line a pan with foil.
Trim the fat off if you want I think it adds flavor and keeps it moist.
Place the pork chop in the pan and put about 1 -2 tablespoons of brown sugar on top.
use the back side of the spoon to spread it thickly around.
squirt a few swirls of catchup on the brown sugar.
Put two thick slices of lemon on each chop.
Bake in the oven until brown , @45 min
I served mine with steamed green beans and carrots
make sure you cut the carrots to the same size as the beans or the won't cook
at the same rate.
Oh yeah, I served it on top of rice and you should start that cooking first.