I mentioned yesterday, when I posted a recipe for homemade soft pretzels, that I was in quite the I-could-make-that-food mood Saturday.
One thing I tried: homemade mustard.
This weekend, I was in some sort of I-could-make-that-from-scratch mood. A trip to Beachy's, my favorite Amish bulk food store, only made it worse.
I was talking with my coworker, Cassandra Schowengerdt, who works in The News-Gazette's marketing department, and she mentioned this recipe for peanut-butter and honey granola.
My friend, co-worker and regular guest blogger Erin Lippitz has a new cake to share with you.
I first read about this crazy recipe for Pork and Beans Bread in a mystery called "Plum Pudding Murder" more than a month ago.
It was kind of a hokey story, but I liked it because it includes delicious-sounding recipes, including one for this sweet dessert bread.
As an anniversary gift, my sister and her husband gave us this amazing, retro-looking candy dispenser.
The cool thing is, it's motion activated, so you just wave your hand in front of the spout for a fun little treat.
As you may have read yesterday, I had the honor of writing a story about News-Gazette photographer emeritus, Robert K. O'Daniell.
He retired from our newsroom at the end of 2012, after more than 43 years.
I was hunting through my cookbooks last week for a dish to make with a pound of ground beef. I love chili, but I've made it a few too many times this winter.
In my "Betty Crocker Cookbook," I found the recipe for Impossibly Easy Cheeseburger Pie.