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Chocolate Smoothie that’s so much lower in calories than most. I love smoothies, but to make them right you need to have a great blender. As you can see in the video Rocco is using a Vitamix. Yes a Vitamix is more experience than one you will find at most local stores, but it’s worth it. It will last for many years to come and the jar won’t break from the ice…. Read More

This has been my favorite fudge recipe since I was young. It’s super easy and taste yummy. Have you every eaten the fudge when it was still hot and liquid? You are going to want to drink this like it was Heavenly Hot Chocolate.  Never-Fail Fudge ¼ cup milk 1 stick butter Few grains of salt 1 tbsp. vanilla 1 box confectioners sugar ½ cocoa 1 cup nutmeat (optional) I don’t put… Read More

    This winter is just relentless, it’s won’t loosen it’s grip on southeast Michigan. So I decided I should share a vintage recipe to warm your inners, just in case your cold too.  Fricassee of Wild Rabbit Lapin De Garenne En Gibelotte      Skin and draw wild rabbit, freshly killed; cut it in pieces, taking care to join the bones without breaking them. In a deep round pot with butter,… Read More

A perfect vintage recipe for a spring salad. Spring Salad Souffle                                                  1 3 Oz. Pkg. lime jello ½ Cup Water 1 Can Cream of Asparagus Soup ½ Cup Mayonnaise 1 Tbsp. Vinger 1 Tsp. Grated Onion Dash of Pepper ½ Cup Shredded  Cucumber ¼ Cup Diced Celery 1… Read More

  This is a French recipe for a simple spring salad, which was popular in the Ardennes.  The salad is wilted and interesting lee has potatoes in it.I personally learned what a “nut of butter” was from this recipe. I hope you enjoy reading it and if you give it a try please let me know how it turns out. Salad With Bacon From Ardennes Salade Au Lard Des Ardennes Have some… Read More