Why buy barbecue sauce when you can make your own, in 15 minutes?
Getting your weekend barbecue off to a flying start can be as simple as having a really great barbecue sauce on hand. Of course you can buy the sauce, but why not make your own? This classic Sweet Chili Barb read more
2 cups sugar
½ cup Fancy Molasses
½ cup corn syrup
1 cup water
2 tsp. baking soda
2 tsp butter or margarine
1 tsp vanilla extract
2 cups unsalted peanuts
Combine sugar, Fancy Molasses, corn syrup and wat read more
Old Time Apple Pie
2/3 cup sugar
5 cups sliced tart, cooking apples
4 to 5 tbsp enriched flour
½ tsp salt
½ tsp nutmeg
½ tsp grated lemon rind
¼ cup Fancy Molasses
1 tbsp lemon juice
2 tbsp butter or margarine
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Since when can double chocolate anything actually be considered a muffin?
I was skeptical but this recipe was recommended to me by a friend of sound food judgement. She’s good at combining the nutritious with the delicious and her recipe radar is always tuned to “healt read more
New Simple Fare Cookbook – 30 everyday recipes to enjoy with family and friends
In the rush of everyday life, do you find yourself craving the “slow”, those unhurried minutes where you have time to spend with family, friends, or just yourself?
This new collection read more
Chocolate, meet molasses
I have a cupboard full of dark chocolate for snacking and baking. My kids call it “Mommy Chocolate” and often ask if they can have a piece as a treat. They’ll swipe other things from the cupboard without asking (where have all the marshmallow read more
Tart and tangy rhubarb is easy to incorporate into wholesome baked goods. We're sharing our best rhubarb recipes so you can enjoy the fresh taste of spring while you wait for summer fruit to arrive.
A chilly spring in New Brunswick means that rhubarb season is just getti read more
Childhood memories of food go way back in my family. One of my mom’s earliest memories of her grandmother is that the cookie jar was always filled to the brim with these big soft molasses cookies. It’s a wonderful image… except that my mom never liked soft molas read more
Chocolate Swirl Gingerbread looks fiddly but is oh so easy.
The first cake I learned to bake was a Jell-O cake. It was a plain white sponge cake that you poked all over with a skewer and poured the hot Jell-O mixture over top so it seeped into all of the little holes. It k read more