This recipe was posted on the wrapping of a Calphalon baking sheet, which I purchased for a family member.
Since there is a lot of butter and sugar in this recipe, I cut the serving pieces into cute little cubes of 2 x 2 inch….so there is less guilt for having more than one piece at a time….:-)
The Pineapple Swirl Cake recipe has been on my list of favorite cakes to try for quite sometime, and now I am very honored to finally share it with you.
It was an award-winning “Recipe of the Week”, submitted several years ago by aunt Elisabeth, to Suburban News in Westfield, New Jersey.
During my childhood, soup was part of our daily menu. Sometimes it was the only thing on the menu, especially for lunch.
If you are craving some crusty, fresh bread, you will be surprised how easy it is to make it yourself without too much fuss and effort. It only takes flour, water, yeast and salt. NO KNEADING required.
I use beets in soups, borscht, and salads.
Today I will share a recipe for a delicious red beet salad.
Even if you never were a big fan of red beets, you should give this one a try, and I am sure you will LOVE it.
I had this salad at my friend’s house, and could not believe that red beets were the main ingredient, since all the other flavors added a very unique taste, and texture to this salad.