I am so blessed to have each and every one of you stop by here for A Pinch of Joy! You are the reason this blog exists and the reason I continue to write and and publish. Thank you for your support and encouragement -- you truly are what keeps this little piece of blogland thriving! Thank you from the bottom of my heart! I wish you and yours a wonderful year filled with peace, love and joy! How to make a pillowcase dress Strawberry Pina Colada Sugar and Spice Muffins -- Best Breakfast Muffins Ever Easter (Anytime) Breakfast Casserole 8 Things to know about how to remove wallpaper Lemon Blossoms Caramel Apple Salad Traffic Light Salad Cinnamon Swirl Oven Pancake How to Divide Hostas BLT Pasta Salad Lemon Pineapple ... [Read More]
Cream Cheese Toffee Dip and Happy Anniversary!
A Pinch of Joy is one year old! Actually, it is older than that because I did a lot of research and learning and planning before posting the very first post. And that was August 22 – just one year ago! In case you missed it – and I’m sure most of you did! – here it is again. The first month, readers were numbered in the tens – and I knew the name of every one of them! Your words and feedback were so encouraging! I can’t thank you all enough for taking the time to write those notes! You know who you are. . . . This has been a learning year! I was fairly proficient at using MSWord and knew my way around the internet really well. And I heard about C Prompts and FAT 32s when Bytes studied for his certification exams. None of that was any help at all in blogging! I had to learn ... [Read More]
Mile High Brie
When Apple Valley Sue is invited to events, the hostess requests she bring her spectacular Mile High Brie. You know those requests mean Yummy captalized! Apple Valley Sue was sweet enough to send a copy to me -- another great recipe that has become a signature dish! She says: “here is a great appetizer for parties. It is just 6 ingredients that you throw together on top of a round of brie with a couple of sauces drizzled on top. They are especially a hit at Christmas parties -- everyone loves it. I saw Mile High Brie in a showcase last year at one of the grocery stores where they were selling for about $15. You can make them for a lot less! Here’s the ingredients: One round of Brie, top rind removed Walnuts Red Maraschino cherries (or a mix of red and green for ... [Read More]