I’m not a huge peanut butter fan or a huge fudge fan, but my husband is both. Fudge is one of those desserts that people seem to think is hard to make, but it’s actually not that difficult. I like to make this for my husband when he does something nice for me, or if I’m feeling especially loving that day. My boys prefer it if I substitute chocolate chips for the peanuts. Either way, this easy fudge recipe makes all the boys in my house happy.
I want to start out by saying that I don’t condone eating donuts or junk food all the time, but every now and then, or on special occasions, I do enjoy eating a donut. I especially love homemade donuts on a weekend morning. There is nothing better than a homemade donut and a tall cup of joe to start off a lazy Saturday. This recipe has got to be the easiest way to make homemade donuts ever.
Most college athletes eat, sleep and breath their sport. They have worked hard to be able to compete in their sport at a college level, and many have received scholarships for their hard work and talent. Endless hours of training and practice consume a college athlete’s life. So, why would one such athlete give up his last chance to enjoy the sport he loves, and in his senior year no less? To save someone else’s life.
This past weekend, Missoula was host to the Orvis Guide Rendezvous Show. This show included both Montana-based companies and companies based outside of Montana, all of which cater to fly fishing in some aspect or another. Pretty much any and every kind of company that can be associated with fly fishing was there, from raft frame makers to cooler manufacturers and drift boat manufacturers to anchor companies.
Have you ever wondered if there was a better job for you out there? Have you ever dreamed it was possible to not loathe waking up and forcing yourself to go to the same old boring job day after day? What if you could have a job with better pay and less stress? What would that job be?
With June just around the corner, I thought it would be nice to share a recipe for all the brides-to-be out there. These little mints are a traditional wedding snack, and are something easy a bride can make to save a little dough. There are lots of other things a bride could use money for, a little extra money for the honeymoon, a new pair of shoes or even just a little extra money to help pay for the big day.
I have not always loved hummus. I actually used to hate it. However, it has grown on me, and I now love it on veggies, crackers and chips. It is rich and creamy with a pinch of salt, and even a bit tart. I think the reason that I learned to love hummus was because I fell in love with garbanzo beans. I used to make a five bean salad when I worked at a restaurant, and it was chock full of garbanzo beans. If you love garbanzo beans, or if you are just looking for a delicious dip, this recipe is for you.
If you’ve ever seen a western then you know that everyone in the west drinks whiskey, that is unless they’re yellow-bellied. You don’t get much more western than Montana and rodeo. What better way to help raise a little money for a good cause than with a whiskey tasting? They do realize that not everyone likes whiskey, so they’ll let those of you who don’t, taste wine instead.
Have you seen the ads on TV for all of the prescription drugs that claim to heal one ailment or another? It seems that these ads are all over the TV and claim to heal everything from depression and smoking to psoriasis and migraines. They seem to have the cure for just about everything nowadays.
If you’ve ever made Rice Krispie treats before then you can make these cookies. They may sound like they are hard to make, but they are actually quite easy. This recipe is pretty much making a batch of Rice Krispie treats and then frosting them. These are super simple and super delicious too.
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