“O-o-oh, I want THAT one, please.” What a sweet sound. The honey caramel meant to fill my new Lemon Snicks did not want to stay inside the cookie, maybe because caramel wants to escape the pocket when the temperature rises to 350 degrees F. Careful tending insured the spillover did not burn, but what worked … More j’s Lemon Snicks with Honey Caramel Accents
Last year I posted about making molasses caramels * and then using the caramels for filling Ginger Snicks ** and burbling out of Fruity Bran Muffins. *** After success with the molasses in multiple baking uses, I determined to next make honey caramels. Again, that determination included no corn syrup. Sugar and honey and butter … More Honey Caramels
In earlier posts but especially the one linked below, I referred to the creation of Cranberry Lolly and it’s uses in baking as well as accompanying turkey dinners. This is one, albeit using leftover icing softened with some fresh orange juice rather than preparing an Orange Cream Icing. As can be seen, the rolls began … More Cranberry Lolly Rolls for Goodness
There were a good number of celery outer stalks in the fridge, some BBQ pork slices and a packet of petit peas in the freeze as well as some leftover Basmati rice and a couple freshly hard-boiled eggs in the fridge. What to make? Yes, variation on an old standby not made in a long … More Fried Rice, no bean sprouts? What to do?