Category: Thursday Food post

Louisiana Figs and Fig Cakes

Thursday Food Post!! Louisiana Figs    Figs are one of the most widely planted fruit trees in home landscapes in Louisiana. With little care, they will produce crops of juicy, sweet figs every July. The fig, Ficus carica, is native to Asia Minor and is thought to be one of the earliest fruit trees cultivated by humans. It’s all about

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Happy Hawaii Day * Pina Colada Dump Cake

  Pina  Colada  Dump Cake * Perfect for Summer parties :     Cake  1 box butter recipe cake mix ( everything you need to make cake)  Coconut Mixture :  1 (15 oz.) can cream of coconut (not coconut milk) 1 (14 oz.) can sweetened condensed milk 1 (15.25 oz.) can crushed pineapple in juice Topping:  1 

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Thursday Menu * Louisiana Peaches

The rich, rolling farmlands of North Louisiana are known for many delicious crops, but perhaps none are as famous as Rustonpeaches. Juicy and oh-so-sweet, they are a staple of summer, and celebrated at the Louisiana Peach Festival in Ruston. Welcome to My Home & on the   Thursday  Menu  is all about Peaches.  Louisiana peaches are only

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Little Sweet and Bake

    book link Dani Klein’s debut book Little Sweets and Bakes is a fun collection of delicious, easy-to-bake recipes that are comprised of accessible ingredients so you can get right to baking. Bright, charming full-color photographs take readers through each recipe step by step, allowing bakers of any skill level to create little works of art.

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National Macaroon Day

What is the difference between a macaroon and a macaron? Aside from both being delicious and similar in spelling, macarons and macaroonsare entirely different cookies. First off, a macaroon is coconut based, whereas amacaron is meringue based 1 14-ounce package sweetened shredded coconut (about 5 cups) 4 large egg whites ⅔ cups sugar ⅓ cup all-purpose flour, spooned and leveled ¼ teaspoon kosher salt ½

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