This morning I was browsing Pintrest (What a surprise) and found this amazing looking Pecan Pie Cake. It is from http://sweetjeanette.blogspot.com/ Sweet Jeanette says it is from an old Southern Living Magazine.
We love pecan pie at our house and I can't wait to make this cake. I showed the picture to my husband and he told to make sure I captured the recipe. So, I pinned it to my Cooking board on Pintrest and then added it to this blog. Then I printed it. I can't go wrong with all of these safe guards.
This was the first time I visited Sweet Jeanette blog and I am thrilled with all of the fabulous looking recipes I found there. I can wait to really dive into her entire blog. I even added her to my favorite internet places. (found on the right side your screen)
I found this recipe in Sunset Magazine. I tore it out of the magazine and it is getting really tattered. I have not tried it yet; but, I do not want to loose it; so, I am posting it here and on Pintrest. I think this would be awesome with Peaches or apples too. If anyone tries it please let me know how good it is.
This is a really a cute dress and so easy to create. Jess from Craftiness is Not Optional made this adorable sundress for her daughter’s 2nd birthday, and she created a comprehensive tutorial It’s name the Ice Cream Social Dress. Get the how-to.
Jess also has a whole section of wonderful tutorials. You can visit that page by clicking here.
I found this very informative article. I hope you find it helpful. It does seem as though something always goes wrong when making Thanksgiving, Christmas or Easter dinner.
Quick fixes for common Thanksgiving catastrophes and tactics for avoiding them in the first place
by Kimberly Y. Masibay
Every year we hear about all sorts of Thanksgiving foibles from our readers. And though we’re still not sure how to save the day if the dog gets the turkey -- frozen pizza, anyone? -- we can salvage almost any other disaster. Here are 10 tales of woe that we all can relate to, along with Fine Cooking’s fix-it tips for now or next time.