When I am long gone, and my 8-year-old son is 88, and has children and grandchildren and great grandchildren to tell, I hope he will say something like, “My mother made the best rhubarb pie in the world, and I can still taste it and see it and smell it.” When he says this, …click to continue Bob’s Mom’s Rhubarb Pie
I have been realizing for a long time that I need to go back and clean up my old recipes. For those who have been reading PIE from the beginning, God Bless You…I mean it. My writing was not good three years ago. It was borderline embarrassing, actually. Slowly, a few a day, I’m …click to continue A dinner for your family, and a trip down memory lane
What a crazy start to Spring! I have been running around like a chicken with my head cut off. Fortunately, it has all been for good. I’ve been doing a lot of writing, a lot of learning about technology, a lot of learning about ETSY, and a lot of preparing for next week’s …click to continue Ford’s Chocolate Birthday Cake
Coconut Cream Pie
I’ve had Coconut Cream Pie on my mind and I finally got around to putting one together that I love. It is different than the typical Coconut Cream Pie for several reasons. First, instead of relying on coconut extract for the punch of coconut flavor, I have tried to layer …click to continue Coconut Cream Pie
I have made about eight versions of Molten Chocolate Cake (poor pitiful me), varying the ingredients by as little as a tablespoon of flour. I have also made them with no flour at all.
The attempts resulted in relatives of brownies, soufflés, and very egg-y cake-lets. My final version is a very deeply …click to continue Molten Chocolate Cakes