This mac and cheese recipe is by far my favorite, and it’s very simple to make to boot.
For a while now I’ve been meaning to post the recipe for this quiche, but life got in the way before I could. But here it is (finally).
This pie crust is my favorite recipe, and so easy to make. It yields a flaky crust that’s perfect for savory dishes.
I decided to make my favorite Egg Salad to set up for a few lunches this week, and thought: why not share the recipe?
Today’s recipe will be for my favorite cookie: an improved version of my future mother-in-law’s cranberry oatmeal cookies.
Just in time for the holidays, I’ve decided my first recipe will be for the perfect, custard-y, yummiest Pumpkin Pie.
I actually decided to make this today after finding out that my soon-to-be in-laws think that Pumpkin Pie is gross (I know), when all they do to make it is empty a can of Pumpkin Pureé into an empty Pie crust and cook it. They don’t season it or make a custard or anything.
I was appalled.
So here we are *spreads hands*. We’re going to learn how to make my favorite Pumpkin Pie.
“You must be imaginative, strong-hearted. You must try things that may not work, and you must not let anyone define your limits because of where you come from. Your only limit is your soul. What I say is true – anyone can cook… but only the fearless can be great.”
Anyone can cook if they just try, and I’m here to help you along the way.
My name is Lillie, and I have 11 years of culinary under my belt, and a love for cooking that goes deep into my soul. I was meant to cook, but a disability took away my ability. So instead I have decided to teach others to cook.
And this blogs shall be my means to teach. I’ll teach you basic skills, the history behind food, both cheap, easy foods, and gourmet. And how to cook delicious foods as a spoonie.
So join along on this journey with me.