Ready in minutes, an easy way to put your halloween candy to use!
spooned over scoops of vanilla!
My daughter, Emily is an absolute addict for York Peppermint Patties. Actually – anything mint. When we’re at a creamery, it’s always some variation of mint ice cream that she gravitates toward. Peppermint, mint chocolate chip, candy cane — as long as it’s got a minty quality, it will end up on her cone.
Here’s a not so secret, secret. Scott doesn’t like pumpkin. Especially pumpkin pie. He’ll tolerate it in certain forms — like the pumpkin bread that I am required to make every year, but he turns his nose up at pumpkin pies, custards, cheesecakes, mousses, brûlées, cookies — well you get the idea.
Before you scrunch your face and roll your eyes and get all squirrelly on me, let me just say that pork and prunes are a classic combination. No really. Classic. It’s French! But not in a hoity-toity way. This is completely accessible. The type of dish we would have at my grandparents house.
Are you a pantry hoarder? I think I may be. I’m not a hoarder in any other sense but this one. Normally, I think that if something hasn’t been used recently, you won’t miss it if it gets tossed out. Not so with my pantry.