Yesterday, I spent the afternoon at my grandma’s house learning to make her mom’s Devils Food Cake with Chocolate Fudge Icing. We made it in a 9×13″ pan, but it also makes a nice round layered cake too (either three 8″ rounds, or two 9″ rounds). It’s so good! Here’s how we made it: Continue reading
When deciding what type of flooring to install in our bathrooms, Blaine and I looked for options that would relate to the age of the house and look better over time going forward.
Divinity candy is a meringue-based, fluffy, chewy, smooth, swirled nougat-like confection that originated in the early 1900s (along with the invention of corn syrup). It is so delicious, and until now, I hadn’t had much luck making it.
The ingredients are simple. And actually so are the instructions. But there are two key steps that if not done right, the candy will be a failure.
Hope y’all had a Happy Halloween last Tuesday! I spent the afternoon of Hallow’s Eve learning to make my Grandma Jones’s famous popcorn balls. When I was younger, she used to make them by the dozens, especially around Halloween. Now in her eighties, she doesn’t make them nearly as often, so I asked her to teach me the recipe so I could start making them from time to time – she graciously agreed.