Want to be a hero this Spring? Make your own Cadbury Creme Eggs. Every year, our good friend D. Bunnyhunter waits like a little kid for the new harvest of Creme Eggs to hit the shelves. (David, let me know when you want to pick yours up, OK?) These are actually really easy to make [...]
Need a little inspiration for the holidays and New Year’s Eve this year? Check out some of my favorite, succulent holiday meals from past years. (Apologies in advance to my vegetarian friends for only including one thing for you guys. We’re a very carnivorous household.) 1. Restaurant-Style Prime Rib 2. Garlic-Studded Sirloin Roast [...]
I had so much fun learning how to cook a goose this month, I decided to give one away to a reader to share the experience! Read about my adventures in goose cookery (recipes included) here. The prize goose So, Sassafras Valley Farm is a small farm nestled in the Missouri countryside. They were kind enough [...]
Pssssst, hey you! Your goose is cooked! Mwahahahahahaha. Wait. Make that geese. I’ve been waiting for weeks to be able to say that. (It’s the little things. Such a dork, I know.) This is my first experience cooking goose. I’m super excited about how they came out. Let me tell you all about it and [...]
I just realized that I never got around to sharing all my Halloween photos with you guys. But, who says you can’t have a little Halloween in December? After all, signs of All Hallows Eve are never far away, especially when you live in Salem, Massachusetts, a.k.a. Witch City.
This Easter, give that hard-working bunny a little help and make your own candy. You can do it. It’s easier than you might think. Here are a handful of great candy recipes that you can make at home. They’re tried and true favorites at The Mouse House. I’ve even included a few treats for the, [...]
I’ve always had an active imagination. I am that auntie who likes to tell your kids stories. If you know me, you know what I’m talking about. And if you have kids under five, chances are that I’ve told your wee ones a tall tale or two. For example, if your kids think that squirrels [...]
See, I do eat vegetables. (Granted, they’re almost always wrapped in some kind of pork product, but still.) Asparagus, even! Some folks would say it’s not possible. When I was a kid, I hated asparagus so much that I used to hide it behind the couch. True story. Oh, how times have changed. So, this [...]
We’re excited to announce that we’re one of three blogs asked to participate in a holiday celebration program sponsored by Kraft and Breakstone’s sour cream. Read on for the details–including how you can enter to win $2,500.
Prime Rib: It’s not just for Christmas dinner. I’ll make this whenever I can get my paws on one at a good price (or the rare super sale). It’s a great excuse to have a party. In fact, if you’re sick of ham on Easter, consider giving Roast Beast it’s day in the (springtime) sun. This is a restaurant technique that’s practically guaranteed to produce a moist, juicy, evenly cooked roast beast. And it couldn’t be simpler.