Turtle Fudge is rich, delicious and the perfect addition to any holiday dessert plate. The decadent layer of caramel and pecans makes it absolutely irresistible.
Do you love a good recipe? If you answered “yes” then you are in the right place! Each month, we will share one of our top-rated recipes for you to “cookalong” with us. Try our tried and true techniques, tips and secrets that make a real difference in your recipes, just like our butter and cream cheese.
Meet Loren Hill, pitmaster for competition BBQ team The Smoking Hills of Overland Park, Kansas. He and his wife Cheryl compete in up to 50 coast-to-coast events each year, and have won 19 BBQ grand championships to date.
Does it get more classic than a rich, creamy cheesecake? This one right here is the only cheesecake recipe you’ll ever want or need, promise.
When it comes to making ice cream at home, all recipes are not created equal. Some don’t call for eggs but turn out icy hard, while those that do yield delicious results, but take a lot of time, know-how, and dirty dishes to produce.
Truly a heritage foodway, the origins of cornbread can be traced back to the days before Christopher Columbus landed on North American shores, so plentiful and significant was corn to the Native American people. Over time, the dish was customized to the tastes of both Southerners and Yankees, with denser, crumbier cornbread coming from the south and lighter, sweeter cornbread favored in the north.
What better dessert after a summer BBQ than refreshing, buttery soft lemon bars? They scream summer and melt in your mouth, and you don’t even need a BBQ – or summertime – as an excuse to enjoy this indulgent classic. This recipe has the perfect balance of sweetness and tangy lemon flavor, and features my personal favorite butter crust recipe.
You will enjoy every bite of these cookies. Celebrate the freshness of lemon, and the joy that butter and cream cheese can bring to a cookie!
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