So next up on this trip into the world of fondue is the chocolate fondue. While the cheese fondue has its origins from the Swiss, chocolate fondue is not quite but kind of Swiss and a much newer creation. It was the paired effort of Konrad Egli, the owner of New York's Chalet Suisse restaurant, … Continue reading Chocolate Fondue
My sister reminded me of 7 Up Salad just recently. I had completely forgotten that this congealed salad was served at our earliest family functions. I don't remember it much. I'm sure young me ate it but the exact components of the recipe alluded me. Why am I telling you all this? Well, my sister … Continue reading Gelatin Diaries: 7 Up Salad
I don't know why but does any one else find soup included in a TV dinner weird? I also feel like you could easily make a mess trying to carry it from the stove to the table.
Who and where was Clam Dip created? So it is going to be kind of wonky the way I answer this question. The way the dip as we know it got into the American food lexicon was when the dip was presented on the Kraft Music Hall television show in 195Os. There where versions of … Continue reading History of Clam Dip
All this week, I am going to post a cookie recipe that I have tested from my recipe box collection. Baking is a huge part of December and cookies are probably on the top of that list for most people. I will admit I always have great intentions of being like the "Cooky Lady" and baking … Continue reading Strawberry Meringue Bars