National Chocolate Soufflé Day

There are few desserts more showy and more delicious than Chocolate Soufflé. Here is a recipe I have made and assure you it is great. ===============Chocolate Soufflé INGREDIENTS: 7 ounces semisweet chocloate, coarsely chopped4 tablespoons rum, Framboise, orange juice, Grand Mariner or water4 egg yolk1/4 cup sugar8 egg whites, room temperatureBerries & mint leaves METHOD: … Continue reading National Chocolate Soufflé Day

National Banana Bread Day

I like bread in general and Banana Bread in particular. Especially warm. Especially homemade. So here is a recipe that allows you to celebrate. It is a great recipe, I can promise you. ===============BANANA BREAD INGREDIENTS: 2 cups flour3/4 cup sugar3/4 teaspoon baking soda1/2 teaspoon salt1 1/2 cups toasted walnuts, coarsely chopped3 large bananas, very … Continue reading National Banana Bread Day

First Cincinnati Reds Spring Training Game

Last year I celebrated the Cincinnati Reds season with bombast and boasting, thinking the title was in the bag. Wasn't. I was wrong. Another disappointing season. This year I will be more quiet but still enthusiastic. We can do this guys. Today is the first spring training game of the 2020 campaign. Welcome baseball. Go … Continue reading First Cincinnati Reds Spring Training Game

February is Great American Pie Month

...and I do love me some pie. So see the recipe and picture below, and set it aside for this summer's Independence Day celebration. You won't regret it... ===============American Berry PieSUMMARY: Fresh summer berries and a flaky butter and almond crust create a delicious patriotic pie. INGREDIENTS: CRUST2 cups all-purpose flour1/4 cup finely chopped almonds1/4 … Continue reading February is Great American Pie Month