A FEW OF MY FAVORITE THINGS!
I am so excited to be hosting this product giveaway with Emile Henry. Emile Henry is a French company that has been around since 1850. Their products are unlike anything else I’ve ever used. The first piece I ever received was the Bread Cloche and from the moment I first used it, I haven’t used a traditional loaf pan since.
This giveaway will feature the Ankarsrum Assistant Original and 5 of my favorite Emile Henry pieces. It will consist of four separate posts, each post focusing on an individual piece. To enter, fill out the form at the bottom of the post. You may also enter to win on Instagram and Facebook. Contest will be open until 8:00pm on Monday, November 30. A winner for each Emile Henry piece and the Ankarsrum (color of the winner’s choosing) will be announced on Tuesday December 1.
Good luck everyone and here we go with Part 4: The Lasagna Dish…….
Continue reading Emile Henry & Ankarsrum Giveaway Series-Part 4: Lasagna Pan
Recipe Update: Before processing your oranges, cut into one and check out the thickness of the white pith. If this is super thick, you will want to try and cut most of it off. Leaving this on the orange may result in a VERY bitter dish. Not exactly what you are going for. Enjoy!
Today we are continuing with our Thanksgiving Series and I’m excited to share another recipe from my Grandmother Sarah. I love cranberries, and I haven’t met anyone who doesn’t like jello, so this recipe is one of my favorites. Because it needs time to set up, you will want to make this at least 24 hours ahead of time. Or better yet, make it several days ahead, then you have less to worry about come Thanksgiving Day. I will admit to tweaking this recipe just a bit. I don’t think my Grandma would be too upset with me. 🙂 Her original recipe called for Lime Jello. Because I try to stay away from artificial colors for my family, I used the zest and juice of a lime plus unflavored gelatin. It worked just as well as her original recipe. My Ankarsrum with the Meat Mincer attachment made this recipe so easy to make.
Continue reading Thanksgiving Series: Sarah’s Cranberry Salad
Thanksgiving is probably one of my favorite holidays. Growing up, we didn’t get to spend this holiday with my grandparents in South Georgia very often; but we certainly ate food passed down from my Grandma Sarah. She was an amazing lady who paid her way through college by selling biscuits. She passed down her cooking wisdom to my mother who passed it down to me and I pray I will be able to pass it down to my own daughter.
My Grandma Sarah passed away last year and there have been definate times this year that have made me think of her. The start of college football season brought a wave of memories flooding through my mind. Meeting her and my Grandpa Joe in Athens, Georgia for UGA football every Saturday was the highlight of my fall growing up. We would tailgate from early in the morning and then several hours after each home game. She always had yummy food to share and I can fondly say those were the best days of my childhood! The other time of year that reminds me of my Grandma Sarah is Thanksgiving. Her Cornbread Dressing has been a tradition in our home all my life. I’ve had other dressing (not to be confused with stuffing) recipes and there is just no recipe that compares to my Grandma’s.
Continue reading Thanksgiving Series: A Tribute To Sarah – Cornbread Dressing