Or “cocoa-cola cake,” as it was called in the 1960s. (Get it?)
Can anybody read Betty’s last name?
From the week of November 13, 1988, I think.
Chocolate, peanuts, and caramel.
A recipe from a great year in Italian history.
Crumpets aren’t really English muffins, but then, English muffins aren’t really English muffins, either.
A recipe that looks like a Canadian original.
Remember the time before spellcheck?
I, too, start my cheese tray with 15 pounds of meat.
These are sometimes called “halfway cookies.”
“Cold (hydrant) water.” Is hydrant a measure of cold?