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A sweet treat

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(oh and Miss E definitely had some bed head after her nap….oh well, just keepin it real! :)

Here’s the Recipe:

4 sticks of butter (softened)
2 cups sugar
4 eggs
2 T milk
2 t vanilla
6 cups flour
6 t baking powder

Cream butter and sugar, slowly add liquids, then flour (sifted with baking powder). Mix until a dough forms. Fashion into manageable portions, wrap in cellophane, and freeze for 20 minutes. (I say manageable portions because this recipe-though this is it split in half-makes LOTS of dough- too much to roll out all at once. So it’s easier if you divide it into thirds or fourths and only take out of the freezer what you can easily roll out on your counter. The dough is far easier to handle when chilled. If you get too much out it gets sticky before you can finish rolling and cutting cookies.) After chilling (in freezer for 20 minutes or ‘fridge for 1 hour to 1 1/2 hours) roll out on flour surface and cut out cookies. Bake at 350 for 8 to 10 min.

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4c powdered sugar
3T water
3 T milk
1 1/2 T vanilla
food coloring
If icing is too thin, add more powedered sugar; if too thick, add more milk or water. If you’re going to use liquid food coloring to dye your icing, mix the frosting a bit thicker as the food coloring will thin it down. Should be easily spreadable on cooled cookies and will dry with a pretty gloss. Cookies, once dry (20 minutes) can be easily stacked on tray.
ENJOY!!

The ultimate fall treat…and helper

 Last weekend was busy! Very busy! We had birthday parties and church gatherings almost everyday. But on Friday, Miss E and I found some time to bake the ultimate fall treat! Pumpkin Cupcakes with Cinnamon Cream Cheese Icing! Did that make you drool? I did when I first read the recipe…and this pregnant woman HAD to have one :)

Miss E was really into the sprinkles…I only caught her with them open & licking the top once :)DSC_0745 

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She did a great job whisking the pumpkin mixture! and whisking and whisking and whisking!DSC_0749 

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All good cooks taste as they go…DSC_0756 

She decided it needed a little more vanilla flavoring :)DSC_0760 

And here is the finished product!DSC_0770 

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Farm Life Friday…putting up corn

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I decided to give you a different look at farm life this week. Our crops are still growing. We still haven’t gotten any rain; so the irrigation is still going strong!

However, one of my favorite things about the farmer growing corn is eating it! I don’t know if you’ve ever had the pleasure of pulling a few ears of corn and then throwing them on the grill. Smother them in butter and sprinkle some Tony’s on and I promise there is nothing better! So to enjoy that yumminess all year long, I decided to put some up this year.

I just realized that “putting vegetables up” may be a regional term. If so it simply means I did a bunch of work to freeze these puppies :)DSC_3204

Hubby brought home a nice stack of corn on what I’m sure was the hottest day of the year so far! ha! I sat on our back porch to shuck it all so husks and hair wouldn’t be all over my house! It’s hard enough trying to keep it clean with a toddler and a man who works in the dirt all day :)DSC_3206

Molly enjoyed “helping!” aka laying under the fan I turned on high!DSC_3211

Ahh, the fruits of my labor! Isn’t it beautiful?!DSC_3216

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Now you can choose to put corn up as whole ears or shave it off to make cream corn later on. (Some people even leave it in the husks and freeze it to grill later on. I’m gonna try some like that this year…I’ll let you know how it goes.)  I chose to do a little of both. Yes, this is my amazing man helping me finish. Apparently, I have weak wrists and they were wore slap out! P.S. I don’t advise cutting toward you, but I wasn’t about to turn down good help :)DSC_3227 DSC_3222

This is going to make a fine meal one day soon. Just add some water, butter, and bacon never hurts and you’ve got mouth watering good! :)DSC_3229

DSC_3225The easy way tastes good too! I enjoyed cutting the ends and slipping these into bags! Easier on the wrists anyway :)

So now you’ve had a crash course in “putting up corn.” I hope yall have a fine Friday and don’t forget to stop by the farm next week!

A cake disaster…

You may remember that just a few weeks ago was my hubby’s birthday. It was a crazy busy day to say the least! Emerson & I hurried to the store that morning because of course I didn’t have everything I needed. As soon as we got home I whipped up the cake and got it in the oven. We were having a “lunch party” with some friends and family in just a few short hours!

I got the cake out of the oven and on a rack to cool thinking I was doing ok time wise. I whipped up the homemade icing, got the diaper bag ready, and the presents wrapped. Thinking the cake was finally “cooled enough” I started layering….this is was my cardinal sin!

The cake looked beautiful, downright scrumptious for about 10 minutes.

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Much to my dismay, by the time we made it uptown the cake….had bit the dust.

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I must say though, it was sooooo good! In fact a couple people even requested that I screw up another cake sometime soon! HA!

Sometimes, you just have to learn to roll with the punches…that’s what life’s all about. So we had a great time eating, talking, laughing, and enjoying some funny looking cake :)

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And just because I know you are all dying to make this cake….I’ll share :)

Seriously, I made it again the other day, just to prove to myself that I could and there was no disaster this time!!! So here’s the recipe…

Blueberry Butter Cake

  • 1 yellow butter cake mix (made according to directions in two layers)
  • 1 can blueberry pie filling
  • 2 8oz cream cheese softened
  • 1 cup butter softened
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1/2 cup powdered sugar

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2. In a mixer, mix cream cheese, butter, & sugars until smooth. (tip:  add powdered sugar slowly with mixer on to prevent clumps)

3. Then layer, cake, icing, blueberries, cake, icing, blueberries! (tip:  make sure not to put too much icing or blueberries between layers because this may cause sliding also)

It’s that easy!! and oohh so good! Enjoy!