- AAA Easy Homemade Butter
- B. C. G. & G. Links to other Blogs & Websites of Interest
- Cast Iron Cookware and Bakeware
- COLLECTING COOKBOOKS, RECEIPT BOOKS AND RECIPES
- Collecting Vintage Kitchen Gadgets, Cookware & Appliances
- Collecting Teapots and Tea Paraphernalia
- Larger “Small” Appliances – Too BIG for “Collecting” more than one, or maybe two.
- Odd Kitchen Gadgets. Or, What the Heck is That?
- Other Vintage Kitchen Collectibles (Non-Electric)
- Other Vintage Small Electric Appliances
- Vintage Electric Coffee Brewers, Some Non-Electric
- Vintage Electric Mixers
- Vintage Electric Toasters
- Vintage Waffle Irons & Sandwich Grills
- Mrs. Obregon’s Dulce De Leche
- My Basenji Aston
- Peppercorns from all over the World
- Pumpkin Custard Pie from my great aunt Maude
- Resurrected Old Recipes and Some New “Originals”
- Andie’s Bread & Butter Pickles
- Andie’s Glazed Carrots with Marsala and Lime Marmalade
- Andie’s Mock French Toast
- Andie’s Original Pumpkin Chili Mexicana
- Andie’s Pumpkin Custard Pie
- Andie’s Sugarless Spicy Ketchup
- Apricot Ginger Scones
- Aunt Hattie Anne’s Green Tomato Pie/Preserves
- Banana Ketchup
- Candied Chestnuts
- Candied or Crystallized Ginger
- Clotted Cream (Not Devonshire)
- Cocoa Cookies for Christmas or Anytime
- Cornbread – The “staff of life” in the south of my childhood.
- Easy Homemade Pita Bread
- Fruited Cocoa Cake or Christmas Cake
- Great Grammaw Sweeney’s Griddle cakes
- Green Tomato Chutney, Spicy and Sweet
- Griddle Cakes not just Pancakes or Flapjacks
- Hickory Nut Cake
- Homemade Yogurt Start-To-Finish
- Hoppin’ John ‘western Kentucky style’
- How to cook the perfect (or near perfect) sausage patty
- How to Improve a Cheap, Salty Ham.
- How to Peel an Orange and Candy the Peel
- Marzipan filled brioche bread pudding
- Meemaw’s Pork Mincemeat and Christmas Pork Fruitcake
- Meemaw’s Red Velvet Cake
- Mustard Cream
- My favorite chile verde (green) tomatillo sauce/salsa.
- Provence Style Pumpkin Soup
- Pumpkin/Pecan Pie
- Slow-Roasted Root Vegetables – Vegetarian
- Spicy Chestnut Soup
- Salts from around the World.
- Scrambled Eggs Excellent – from Mapledale Farm
- Vinegar – Home Made
- April 12, 2014 – I baked a traditional Dundee Cake – which goes great with TEA!
- Two more sets of Vintage canisters on EBAY! Kromex copper and Tupperware Fat Chef.
- Antique and vintage cast iron cookware. Getting ready for ebay
- March 16, 2014. Another collectible up on ebay.
- January 21, 2014 – Another collectible going on eBay.
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My great grandmother, my grandmother and the rest of my family, loved Dundee cake, which is not flavored as strongly as many “tea” cakes – no vanilla, no citrus zest, no cocoa, no herbal additions. The addition of the dried … Continue reading
Copper anodized spun aluminum Kromex canisters and spice cans. They have some dings and scratches because they were USED, but overall, they are in very nice condition for being 55 years old. Collecting all these things was fun and I … Continue reading
These first photos are of ANTIQUE English cast iron cooking pots that are like those seen in the kitchen scenes on DOWNTON ABBEY. The very large one is 6 IMPERIAL quarts – equal to 14.2 U.S. Pints. This is very … Continue reading
This is a fun collectible that isn’t seen too often. I bought this 1940s Hot Fudge Sundae “Fudgester” in the 1970s when a local Ben Franklin dime store, that had a soda fountain/lunch counter, went out of business. I used … Continue reading
Since a vintage mixer identical to one I have was featured on Downton Abbey, I feel this is the time to offer it on ebay. I believe it is time to allow someone else to enjoy some of these interesting … Continue reading
In the coming weeks I will be putting some of my vintage items, appliances and others, on eBay auctions. If, while looking through the various pages, if you see something in which you are interested, just comment here and I … Continue reading
Fried Oatmeal – to use up leftover oatmeal instead of just heating it in the microwave. What do your do with leftover cooked oatmeal? This works well with old-fashioned rolled oats or steel-cut oats (Irish oats) Since it is so easy … Continue reading
This is for a 9 inch tube pan or two loaf pans, 4 1/2 x 9 inch – however, I recommend the “disposable” paper baking molds, now available from Amazon, like these: Paper baking molds – loaf, large size. … Continue reading
It has been a very long time since I last posted. I have been busy with other things. I am getting ready for some autumn baking and thought I should post my favorite pie for this season. My pumpkin custard … Continue reading