Chocolate Cream Pie

When I feel like indulging myself in chocolate, I tend to rely on this recipe. It’s fast, it’s simple and it’s extremely tasty. What you’ll need: 2 cups of Whole Milk 2/3 cup of Sugar 1 egg 3 tablespoons of cornstarch pinch of salt 1/3 cup of unsweetened cocoa powder 2.5 ounces of Ghirardelli Chocolate…

Mashed Sweet Potatoes

This is a simple way to serve what some people consider to be only a thanksgiving side dish. I disagree, of course. Sweet potatoes are very versatile and can be used in many applications. I prove it here, with a sweet potato mash, using sweet fruit flavors to boost it past it’s normal, butter, brown…

Chicken Marsala

The “Marsala” part of this recipe actually comes from the wine used to create the sauce, which of course is called Marsala. It’s a sweet wine, most used in Italian recipes. What you’ll need: 4 chicken breasts 1 cup of Marsala Wine 1 cup of chicken stock 1 cup of mushrooms of your choosing (i…

Twinkie Pie

This is a recipe that’s all over the place on the internet, Easily searchable by the term “Twinkie Pie” Now, if you are a regular reader of my blog, you know I love recipes of internet fame, and continue to collect them here on this blog. This recipe happens to be from the butter maven…

Lemon Scalloppine

For those who do not know Scalloppine actually refers to a thin cut of chicken, that is floured, sauteed and served with either a Piccata, Wine or tomato based sauce. (I had to look it up myself) I seem to have a long standing love with anything lemon. So it should not be a surprise…

Snickers Salad

As usual, the internet has peaked my interest in a recipe. (hey, don’t judge me) This particular recipe is called snickers salad.. But don’t go expecting the normal salad, there isn’t any greens, or vegetables. However, oddly enough there is apple. I have a very hard time calling anything with pudding, whipped topping and snickers…

Stuffed Peppers

I’ve slacking lately on my posts, mostly because I’ve had to use the money that I normally set aside for my blog, on other things. I won’t get into the details of the who and why, but trust me, it was for a really great cause. Stuffed peppers are a comfort food for me, my…

Potato Latkes

Latkes are of Jewish origin, and are served all year round. Unlike the Hanukkah Latkes which are only served on the Holiday. Latkes are not synonymous with potatoes, in fact the first Latkes were made with cheese, due to potatoes being a new world food. So if you ever hear anyone say they are a “latke purist” and then…