This lovely cake, moistened with sour cream and half & half, and featuring a crumb topping, pairs well with that coffee and can be quickly reheated in a microwave to release that tempting cinnamon scent.
Sea bass is a lovely buttery fish that can be difficult to find on occasion. When I was lucky enough to come across some this week, I jumped on the chance to treat the occupants of Harridge House to something … Read More
you have access to a grill or hotplate (or even a microwave) and a small freezer. Linda couldn’t decide whether she wanted cake or strawberry sherbert, so I whipped up this concoction for her.
I like to make soups in a crockpot whenever I can, as soups always seem to taste better to me when they have a chance to simmer slowly and give the flavors time to deepen.
There’s something about a grilled cheese sandwich that always seems to perk Linda up. I made this quick and easy version for her one time, and it quickly became one of her favorites.
This one is extremely easy to make and is even better the second time you warm it up – if there happens to be any left over from the initial serving!
This week, I’ve decided to make something special for Ms. Cate and her two lovely angels, Brooklyn and Charlotte.
Leftover ham is incorporated into this simple batter to make a quick and easy anytime snack. Serve by themselves or with a green salad.
I decided to add these potato quiche cups that I recently found a recipe for. They’re quick and easy, and trust me, they disappear pretty quickly–although they’re not the only things disappearing around here lately….
With Christmas preparations well underway here at Harridge House, I figured it was time to bring out the annual Bûche de Noël, or rolled cake log.