This is a recipe I recieved from an elderly acquaintance. She had given me a half cake one Christmas and my wife and I simply loved it. She generously offered the recipe and told me it was handed down from her grandmother. I have no idea how old that makes the recipe, but near as I can tell it contains almost exactly a pound of each ingredient, and that is what old fashion pound cake was, a pound of each.
A rich, delicious, made-from-scratch pound cake.
So awesome and easy to make that your mother-in-law will be green with envy.
Who doesn't get tired of the same old circular cakes? This spicy fall cake comes out in a roll shape for easier cutting and eating.
If peach and strawberry are a little too sweet for you, try a cobbler made from the less-flashy rhubarb.
A spicy, tangy butter mixture to serve with steak or as a condiment on hamburgers.
Only for true flavor lovers, this strong butter compound can be served with steaks, fish or veggies.
If you're called upon to make Thanksgiving dinner, do yourself a favor and free up space in the oven by making this bread pudding in the toaster oven.
Know Cinnabon? These rolls are a near clone, with all the gooey bread and tasty frosting. Make these babies in your toaster oven for a great Saturday morning treat.
Make that steamy, sweet apple pie you remember from Grandma's house in your toaster oven.
A great dessert for two (or for a small family) that beginning cooks can make.
Make your holiday (or everyday) loaves outside on the grill.
A perfect flavor pairing of lemon and thyme makes this one delicious turkey. Cook in a roasting bag or a roasting pan.
Instead of apple pie, try making these from-scratch cinnamon rolls. A little more work, but us guys never shy away from that.
Be the hero of the morning when you rise early to make these sticky, sweet cinnamon rolls.
This easy baked French toast has a nice bit of crunch thanks to chopped pecans.
This is the Best Banana Bread! Spread butter on piece of bread and enjoy!
Premade, frozen bread dough takes the hassle out of making cinnamon rolls. The only hard part is waiting for the dought to rise!
Tired of spending $4 for flatbread at a local upscale food market, I created this delicious flatbread. The pesto and Parmesan blend beautifully and it's quick to make and doesn't require any kneading! What could be better?
This is our family's favorite Christmas cookie recipe from my wife's grandmother's collection of recipes. These are super easy to make with or without nuts... Plan on making 2 or more batches the first time, they won't last long!