Today I am just showing a couple things that may come in handy this time of the year. It is fall and winter will be here before we know it. I think many are working on making holiday gifts and looking to cook comfort foods.
(reminder you can make your own buttermilk and can substitute butter for margarine)
This is kind of a pantry ready recipe.
Here is a good guide for those who are getting ready to put apples. Fall is the time! It is always hard to try to figure what you need. I always figure a quart of apples for one pie.
Hope this helps someone. Click on picture to easily read.
Just a thing or two today. Hope this helps someone with crafting, canning, baking, etc.
Have a blessed day my friends.
I have never thought of making crab ragoon and now when I see how easy it is I think I will try it!ReplyDelete
They are so good and easy.Delete
Peach pie sounds so good and easy.
We love any chinese food so thanks for the rangoon recipe.
Hoping to get some apples next month. I like apples more than pumpkin in the fall.
I love apples - not so much pumpkin. I'd rather have apple anything!Delete
Thank you Cheryl, I look forward to your posts,ReplyDelete
I have made several of you recipes and enjoyed them all!!
Pam in Texas.x
You are welcome. Glad to hear it!!! ENJOYDelete
Everything looks so easy to do. Must try them.ReplyDelete
Glad you like it. ThanksDelete
Thanks Cheryl for the peach pie recipe. I have some milk that is about to go bad and need to use it for buttermilk. I have my own home canned peaches and this sounds wonderful! We are both in the same boat with the loss of our husbands so your blog means a lot to me and how you are coping. Thank you!!!!ReplyDelete
You are welcome. I am sorry you are having to go through that as well. It can sure seem like a lonely 'club' no one wants to be in. Prayers and hugs.Delete
Enjoy your pie
Your information is always helpful and welcome! My Aunt Oris used to make a peach cobbler like the recipe you posted. I think we used regular flour with a baking soda or baking powder. She said it was nice to have the ingredients on hand in case company dropped it.ReplyDelete
I am sure that is how I will make it as well. I usually get regular flour.Delete
It is so yummy. Yes, it is nice to be able to through something together in a minute!
Thank you Cheryl. Your posts are always so informative and a bright spot in my day.ReplyDelete
I have made this before, but I don't remember buttermilk. I think I will make one tonight.ReplyDelete