Tyra mail! So I got an email from “JR” asking for a biscuit recipe. I figured I’d start with a pretty basic one…the buttermilk biscuit. There are about 3 or 4 different way’s I make my biscuits, and this is one of them. With all versions, I keep the same basic principles but I may use a different kind of fat and liquid each time. Anyway, here’s one version fo you.
I want to dedicate this recipe to my darling Luvvie. She is doing so well in life as a whole and she recently learned she’ll get to be on the red carpet at the Academy Awards! So to celebrate your “red carpet” moment, here’s a red velvet pancake recipe for you, Luvvie. I know how much you adore all things red velvet, so try this out — it’s super easy and all for you <3
Hola and greetings! Long time no post, but don’t worry…I’ve been cookin I have quite a few recipes to share with you over the next few days so stay tuned. Today, we’re going to discuss the deliciousness that is captured in these super moist and flavorful cupcakes.
You have to make this, I’m not even kidding. It’s so good I made it twice in a week lol…my friend couldn’t stop eating it. He was upset he forgot to take some home with him, but like I told him “These. Are. The breaks!” *shrug*
Burgers are my loves. I make pretty good ones, if I do say so myself. I wanted a juicy burger with simple flavors and simple technique. I wanted something reminiscent of my childhood, but amped up to satisfy my adult palate. Here’s my take on an American classic…
As I stated before, the “chocolate stout” cake/cupcake is my favorite as far as chocolate goes. It’s so effing delicious. So this is a quick variation from the Irish Car Bomb cupcakes I made a few weeks back. This time, we’re using peanut butter