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Peanut Butter Cups


These peanut butter cups are seriously one of my favorite treats ever. They are pretty simple to make and can EASILY be made in a pan instead of in individual cups (which is a huge time saver). They also freeze super well so you can make them in advance, which is also a bonus. Peanut […]


Orange Sweet Rolls and Cinnamon Sweet Rolls


Sweet rolls…..they take a bit of time to make, but are so worth it! This recipe is one I have fiddled with  and changed many times over the past several years. I think I’ve arrived at something now that doesn’t need anymore changing. I usually make 1/2 the batch into orange rolls and the other half into cinnamon […]


Gingerbread Cookies


There are not many cookies that cry out CHRISTMAS TIME more than a good Gingerbread Cookie. This is my sister in law Mary’s recipe. They are soft, flavorful, and wonderful. Hope you enjoy them!For some great tips on putting a glaze on cookies such as these you can go to Lovin from the Oven. Frieda is […]


Oreos Dipped in Minty White Chocolate


Well, hold on to your hats, this week all of my posts are TREAT recipes! All I can say is, tis the season. Hope you enjoy some of my standard Christmas goodies. These Dipped Oreos have to be up there in my top 5 yummy cookies. I’m not really a plain oreo cookie fan, but dip […]


Buttery Blonde Banana Bread


This recipe is  To. Die. For. I got it from the super great food blog,  My Kitchen Cafe. Melanie has got a TREMENDOUS amount of fabulous food represented there. I had 6 bananas going brown on my counter, so I thought I would give her recipe a try. It’s different from other banana bread recipes I have loved in the […]


Luscious Lemon Pie


Well guys and gals….this is my best newly tried pie recipe. I got it from a Taste of Home cookbook. LOVE Taste of Home. They have some seriously great stuff.  I wanted to try it and get it posted before Thanksgiving….you know every one is just the slightest bit interested in pie recipes the week before […]


Homemade Won Tons with Dipping Sauce


These fabulous homemade Won Tons are a great Eskelson Family Tradition. My father in law Mark,  spent 2 years as an LDS missionary in Japan, and MyHandsomeHusband served a mission in Korea. They both learned to love them while they were serving, and have since put in many hours making them for family. They certainly take some time, but […]


Corn Bread


Hello, I trust everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving! Hope all your cooking went well, and there weren’t too many kitchen catastrophes. It seems there are often a few glitches now and then!  I for one, made 1 wonderful pecan pie, and one pecan pie that turned into a soupy mess. A post to come soon with those details! I […]


Gravy, how to make it GREAT!


Happy Thanksgiving Week everyone. I hope you all have marvelous plans that include the people that you love and food that is fabulous. I thought I would post some tips today for gravy making. There are also some links to recipes you might like to include in your Holiday Feast. Happy Cooking, and may we […]


Quiche


This is a great basic quiche recipe I got from my sister in law Mary. You can add a different kind of meat, or omit the onions and spinach. However, I wouldn’t dare make it without a lot of cheese and some sort of meat. This recipe calls for bacon and Swiss. Sausage or ham would also be great. I […]