Posts by Louise L. Hagedorn:
My Cacao nib brownies recipe is up at ManilaSpeak.com.
My recipe for bacon and egg salad sandwich spread is up at ManilaSpeak.com.
My mojito recipe is up at Manilaspeak.com. Cocktails are becoming a common request for me to deconstruct with friends.
My Shepherd’s Pie recipe is up at ManilaSpeak.com. This recipe brings memories of high school. Mom would make this for dinner, and I’d have it as my packed lunch the next day. In school I would eat it at room temperature. When my friends would see my lunch, they would ask for a bite. I would get one bite […]
Since we’re having a lot of people coming over for Christmas, with some people meeting for the first time, I thought it would be easier on everyone if I made name tags, so I made a background for the name tags.
Mom’s Caviar Pie recipe is up at ManilaSpeak.com. I enjoy making and eating this because it has two of my favorite things, cheese and caviar. It’s also an easy dish to make to wow your guests.
Website hosting is a complicated affair to the uninitiated. Most people use free sites because it’s faster and easier to set up and maintain. In the mid-nineties, it would be places like Geocities and Yahoo that would host free personal sites. Geocities was later bought out by Yahoo. Lots of web sites that were hosted […]
My Baked Scallops on Shell recipe is up at ManilaSpeak.com.
My Russian Salad recipe is up at ManilaSpeak.com. I haven’t seen it in parties recently and thought it would be a good idea to share it to bring it back. What makes it different from other potato salad recipes is the addition of beets. They add a festive color to the salad. Even if it is […]