Just finished today's taster: Spaghetti with meatballs (red sauce) and garlic bread. Yummy!
It must be a man thing to really love those hot dogs. We have always gotten Sahlen's but they are not as available around here. If I can't find Sahlen's I will buy Boar's Head or Hebrew National.Nearly every week when at the grocery store Mike makes the same remark. Hmmm, we haven't had hot dogs in a while...
Not this man. Its rare for me to even look at a hot dog. My wife loves them on occassion. In our former town in NC, the Lowes Store always had a vendor outside the store selling hot dogs. I think those hot dogs cost us a lot of money because she always seemd to need something from Lowes....It must be a man thing to really love those hot dogs. We have always gotten Sahlen's but they are not as available around here. If I can't find Sahlen's I will buy Boar's Head or Hebrew National.
Mary, so glad you made it home safely. Those icy roads are what is bad could have black ice. People really have to slow down take it easy!It's snowing here and the roads are dangerous. And Tabby had me drive her in this about 35 miles on snowy roads and icy highways and bridges to her boyfriend's house. I just got back home safely. Ugh!
Dan LOVES rhubarb pie. So many want strawberries in rhubarb but I always make it with just rhubarb. I like it that way too when I actually eat pie which is sadly rare. We have it with enough sugar so that it is not totally tart but I always leave some tartness in it. Yum!My all time favorites: Cherry pie and Rhubarb pie.
When a chocolate pie is made the right way it is one of the best pies out there, IMO, and I can eat a lot of it. But it hasn't been my favorite pie because I rarely find that right mix.I lost my nerve, ya see my Mom made chocolate pie without using flour just 6 egg yolks. Soooooo many times I've tried and failed so I think I'll use a little flour to make sure it thickens.
I've already made my pastry and it is baking for about 10 minutes