I’ve been meaning to share this peanut brittle recipe forever, because it’s one of the easiest candies you can make, and everyone seems to love it. I’ve also been meaning to post a Valentine’s Day recipe … and don’t
I had a dream last night … and it was a doozy.
I was in a foreign land, or so I thought, until I realized it was Brooklyn. Dave was there with me, and someone asked him to do a Catholic funeral at a place that was supposed to be a large church,
I’m about to divulge my secret recipe … the one that has men fighting over the gallon-sized baggie holding these little treasures, and women hinting that they could eat another, and children sneaking their hands up over the counter and
Just a warning: don’t try these if you don’t like things that are gooey, creamy, buttery, flaky and just the tiniest bit salty. So … who’s still reading? No one? Yeah, I figured you’d all drop out at that. Guess I’ll
I’ve been making this candy (which, btw, is also known as “Cracker Candy” ) every Christmas for as long as I can remember. Which is why I was surprised today when Tera, my 15-year old daughter, said, “This candy is a little