I’ve never made brownies in my life but watching Anna Olsen on the Food Network channel make them it seemed easy enough so I thought I’d give it a whirl.
She called it Chocolate Fudge Brownies but I’m calling it Pecan Nut Chocolate Brownies, based on the ingredients. A bit on the sweet side but delicious. (more…)
GUEST POSTER – Recipe courtesy and by approval of southjerseygirlsgrub
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Jersey peaches have made an entrance at the stands of the local farmers markets. Sweet, juicy and versatile peaches make a great addition to salads, meats, especially pork and of course delicious desserts. When I purchased my first peaches of the season I was instantly returned to my childhood. Near my Aunt’s home on Kresson Road were acres and acres of peach trees.
Something for tea. A long procedure but well worth it…❤❤
Preheat oven to 200 C (180 C for fan assist) this can be done while the 2nd prooving is taking place. (more…)
1 cup unsalted cashews
¼ cup Steel cut oat blend
8 Soft Tunisian dates (more…)
1 pkt of mini marshmallow cones
1 pkt mini marshmallows
1 pkt of white chocolate discs (more…)
In the 1950’s South African women would collect labels from Royal Baking Powder tins and when they had collected a specified number they sent them to the company and were rewarded with a copy of “The Royal Hostess” which became a standard cooking reference in countless homes.
I still use the book which was given to me by an Aunt. I want to share their Rich Tea Scone recipe which makes delicious light scones. To succeed work quickly and handle the dough as little as possible.