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For this week's Kitchen Tip, I thought we would discuss homemade whipped cream. I love it! And nothing really compares to it...definitely not the stuff that comes in a can or a tub. Although I have been known to use those for recipes and to have a can hanging out in our refrigerator for ice cream or pudding. But, when company comes, I make real, good old-fashioned whipped cream. It's easy and really does taste so much better than the store purchased "whipped" creams.
Our daughter is getting married in just a few months and her bridal shower is in two weeks. We will be using Ball jars to decorate for the wedding reception and the bridal shower. I have been on the search for dessert recipes I can make using small mason jars and found quite a few to choose from.
We have had too many cold days and too many snow days here in our corner of the world lately. The only thing good about all the cold is this amazing soup recipe I made over the weekend. My family loves soup and I love that it's an easy and economical meal. I made this amazing soup on Saturday during another snow storm for my family and my hubby couldn't get enough! What I love most about this recipe is that it cooks in the crock pot and was no work at all to put together.
If you follow me on my Walking on Sunshine Recipes Facebook Page, then you'll know I am a huge fan of grilled steak. Love it, love it, love it. Only I'm a little picky and only want to eat steak that is tender and cuts like "butter." I've tried London broils before on the grill and they always come out tough. So for the most part when we grill, it's with a more expensive cut of steak and it's not that often.
Back in the fall, London broil was on sale at our local grocery store. I purchased a package and placed it in the freezer only to find it the other day. There is no way I can get to my grill with all the snow we have here and I really didn't want to put it in the oven to make the meat even tougher. So I pulled out my crock pot and slowly cooked it all day. The result...a tender piece of meat that made a fabulous meal.