Why not take advantage of Valentine’s Day to share your love with the people in your life? Dropping off a box of something sweet can only make someone smile.
It could be anything. My father would always send my sister and me a Valentine’s Day card signed “guess who.” It was special, charming, and very much loved.
It’s cold outside. How about dropping off a container of chicken soup at your friend’s door? It’s sure to warm their hearts.
Visit your fire department or police to drop off some goodies to just say thank you!
Here are two recipes from the pages of my soon-to-be published cookbook. Why not make them and share the love with your friends and neighbors—just to say thank you?
Happy Valentine’s Day to all!Chicken Noodle Soup
If you want to make a classic chicken noodle soup quickly this is a great recipe. We make it a lot and serve it with a good crusty loaf of bread for a delicious dinner.
Note: I cook the noodles separately and place them in the serving bowls before pouring the soup on top.Serves: 8
This recipe was inspired by a recipe I found years ago created by Katherine Hepburn. Over the years I have altered it to this version. What I like about it is that there is very little flour. The brownies turn out amazingly moist and chocolaty—delicious. I have also turned it into chocolate candies by undercooking the brownies a bit and spooning a spoonful of dough into fluted paper candy holders. I serve them with a cup of coffee after diner to great delight.
I’ve also used this recipe when I needed to make brownies with out wheat flour. I substituted a wheat free flour to great results.Serves: 16 - 2”x 2” sized brownies
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