Posts by Rosie Hawthorne
Rosie will be celebrating asparagus from her garden for the next month or so. She offers ways to enjoy the harvest.
No Southern kitchen would ever be without pimiento cheese — and not the soulless processed kind from the grocery store.
For OBX winters, there’s no better way to warm your insides than with a bowl of comfort and nourishment – soup
Make one of the most comforting meals ever: soup. A simmering pot of soup nourishes both the appetite and the soul.
Welcome to my Twelfth Day of Christmas Baking. Today, I have pretty, crinkly chocolate and powdered sugar cookies for you.
On the 11th day of my Christmas baking Rosiethon, I made powdery, crunchy, nutty Praline Cookies.
Rosie is still hanging in there, baking her little fingers to mere nubs. This time it’s festive White Christmas Fudge.
Number nine in Rosie’s marathon is Magic Cookie Bars, a quick, easy, and delicious layered cookie casserole.
Divine Turtle Brownies are comprised of a densely fudgy brownie layer topped with a luscious caramel pecan layer.
Today, Rosie is making sour lemon bars — combining a short bread base with a tart, lemony custard topping
Welcome to Day 6 of Rosie’s Christmas baking. Today’s treat for you is Heavenly Delights — little clouds of perfect confection.
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Day Five of the annual Rosiethon finds Rosie combining two of her favorite flavors to make Peanut Butter Coconut Bars.