This is potluck season. Whether it's an office potluck, a family potluck, or a social event at your church, hobbyist group, knitting circle, or what have you, potlucks are an event with a surprisingly high emotional overhead. How do you want to win? What strategy should you employ?
Meatballs were something I had always wanted to try making. I assumed they were a difficult, time-consuming chore. I could not have been more wrong! Not only are meatballs easy to make, they also are great in the slow cooker.
I just love Pinterest. I was recently inspired by a tip I saw on Pinterest that showed me how to make donuts at home in only a few minutes. Since then, I've tried this tip and had tremendous success. If you and your family enjoy donuts, but don't want to pay store prices, give this a try.
For most of my life, cuts of meat were something of a mystery. That's still the case, but I have at least managed to identify a few different categories, and know what to do with them. One of the recent cuts that I decided to research and demystify is the pork roast.
Who doesn't love a good eggnog come Christmas time? Well actually I don't, however, when you have an entire family that does, you learn how to make it. The important thing to note when making homemade eggnog is to any Salmonella present in the eggs is destroyed.
You will need the following ingredients to make eggnog:
- 4 eggs
- 2/3 cup sugar
- 1 cup heavy cream
- 1 2/3 cup milk
- 1 tsp. vanilla
- ½ tsp. cinnamon