So Saturday I went to the library to pick up some books I had ordered and on the check out desk was a pamphlet about a baking contest held in February. So I signed up. Unfortunately I did not read the pamphlet in it's entirety until later, when I found out that I needed to provide 100 different baked goods cut into small sample pieces. I do not even have 100 recipes for baked goods..help please help..and kindly make it simple recipes cause that is a lot! of baking...thank you. P.S. Next time I will read everything before I jump..
Easy Cheese Dip:
1 2 pound block of Velveeta cheese
2 cans Rotel tomatoes
1 pound cooked breakfast sausage ( I use Owens )
Place in a crock pot on low until melted. Serve with tortilla chips. It is so good.
Hi, so what I am looking for is for someone to make my wedding cake, an individual or a bakery in my neighborhood; however I do not know how to address only the members from my neck of the woods. I did find how to locate them but not how to address them all.
I'm having too much fun here! Staying up too late!
I just came across JAP the other day and every time I get on I discover something new!I started a cookbook. I love the way all this is set-up and now I've discovered a horse lover group. This is just too good. All in one package, cooking and horses.
I am rescuing two beautiful babies, they are very young (one and the other is two yrs old)
Skin and bones...poor babies. They should be arriving at our home today but hoped I will be able to get some advise if needed. Thanks!
This sounds like a fun group. Like I said on the welcome wagon link, if I am not teaching my 8th grade math an algebra students, I am riding one of my two quarter horse mares. I cook a lot of plain daily meals during the week. I am making chicken fried steak fingers tonight. I will be sharing some of my favorite recipes as I make them. I have already shared my frozen cheesecake recipe.
I will be happy to post some pictures of horses. I have two seven year old mares. One is a buckskin, and the other is a strawberry roan. I have had the buckskin "Abby" for three years. I have trained her to run barrel. I compete at small barrel races almost every weekend. I usually place in the "slow" division (the 4D). I live in the Houston area and the competition is pretty tough. Ruby is my newest horse. She is a trained heel horse. I bought her to train on the barrels. My husband "James" wants to train her to rope calves. He also competes in his event, but not as often as I do. Ruby is ready for the novice barrel classes.