Pickled Eggs (Red Beet Pickled Eggs)

Growing up in the middle of Pennsylvania Dutch Country and the Pennsylvania Coal Region, pickled eggs (red beet eggs) were served at any picnic or major get together. Hard boiled eggs are pickled in a mixture of vinegar, sugar and red beet juice along with red beets and additional water. Sure the eggs with be red in color in a few hours, but for the best flavor leave them infuse for at least three days. Nothing beets a pickled egg when the white has turned red all the way through to the yolk and it is infused with the sweet pickle flavor. Give it a try. Don’t throw out the left over pickle juice, It taste great by itself.

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Stove Top Rice Pudding Using Leftover Rice

Eating Chinese? Bet you did not eat the rice because of everything else. What is a person to do with leftover rice? Make Rice Pudding!

Sure you can start it from scratch, but the next time you cook rice, cook extra just so you can make Rice Pudding with it. It’s a piece of cake. . . well okay a grains of rice.

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Copycat Catalina Salad Dressing Recipe (made with Sugar Recipe)

Growing up mom would always but Creamy French, Thousand Island, Russian and a Ranch salad dressings. Those were the stands in the house until one of the local steak houses had French Catalina Salad Dressing. . . Well guess what became the new standard and eventually replace the Creamy French dressing. . . You got it, Catalina. Well I think […]

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Beautiful Burger Buns

You’re looking for the most Beautiful Burger Bun for those burgers you have on the grill. But the store was out of your usual buns. What’s a person to do? Make you own. Beautiful Burger Buns are easy to make. They can be made into any size you want. From small slider size to large 1/2 pounder buns. Putting the topping you like on top. Need some plain, some with sesame seeds, some with poppy seeds, any way you want. Try them today.

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California Pizza Company Copycat Pizza Dough

I’m a big pizza fan and no one makes a better pizza than me. Well most of the time that is. Sure I can not do everything but with copycat recipes like this one you can be on your way. Toppings are what you want, and as much as you want. Just do not over do it or the pizza may not cook correctly. This dough has a 90 minute proof so plan on almost 2-1/4 hours to make a pizza to the table. It’s well worth it the effort.

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