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In Victorian England, children were allowed small glasses of wine at the dinner table. Alcohol was a traditional sleep aid for all ages back then. This posset was a classic drink that nannies would prepare for kids in their care who were having trouble fal
"This is a simple recipe - and you'll be able to use your well-seasoned cast-iron skillet to make it. The result of your effort is a light, airy cake."
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This delicious recipe comes from my husband's grandmother. His mother used to make it for his family for breakfast as a special treat. Now I make it for him!
I really didn't think I would like 'Milk Toast' at all. I am one of those very picky eaters. But this recipe is really well thought out considering the simple ingredients that are necessary for its completion. Hope you will first try it before you judge it
A birthday tradition in my family, also makes a delicious strawberry shortcake! Recipe is best doubled, as it goes QUICKLY!
Only for true chocolate lovers!! Great way to get that chocolate fix.
I don't remember where I got this from, but have been making it for years. It's easy and quick, and can bake while you are having supper. The recipe for the cake portion is already listed on Zaar Hot Milk Sponge Cake, however this one has the topping. It i
So nice and easy to enjoy on a cold day... AuntSana took the beautiful picture and kicked it up a notch. She dipped the rim in maple syrup and then in cocoa. Brilliant!
Last summer when I was in Ecuador it was always a treat to have this drink for breakfast. Breakfast carts on the street and roadside stands keep this hot on the stove and serve it up in tall glasses all morning. It tastes like rice pudding and is a filling
I read about this on a website, although there was no name provided and no recipe either. This is from the country of Georgia, whose cuisine is very interesting and diverse, and that I've been much enamoured of lately.