Very Good Recipes of White from Lauren Hairston

There are 5 White recipes on the blog Lauren Hairston. (1252 on all the blogs)

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Black and White Wednesday: Lauren's Pale Hot Cocoa Black and White Wednesday: Lauren's Pale Hot Cocoa By Lauren Hairston 12/14/11 07:00 I like chocolate, but I'm far from being a chocoholic. I like a pale, rather insipid, cup of hot cocoa. I mean insipid in the best way possible--comforting but not assertive. It's unashamed nursery food. The most exotic, gourmet hot cocoa blend never charms...
Dinner and a Movie: White Christmas, Visions of Sugarplums, and Exciting News Dinner and a Movie: White Christmas, Visions of Sugarplums, and Exciting News By Lauren Hairston 12/09/11 07:00 I love picking up old magazines at estate sales or antique stores. This December 1956 issue of McCall's is chock-full of great recipes, including Huntburgers and Polka Dot Pudding, which went perfectly with a viewing of White Christmas (1954). A couple...
Dinner and a Movie: White Christmas, Visions of Sugarplums, and Exciting News Dinner and a Movie: White Christmas, Visions of Sugarplums, and Exciting News By Lauren Hairston 12/09/11 07:00 I love picking up old magazines at estate sales or antique stores. This December 1956 issue of McCall's is chock-full of great recipes, including Huntburgers and Polka Dot Pudding, which went perfectly with a viewing of White Christmas (1954). A couple...
Black (and White Wednesday) Treacle and Baroque Music Black (and White Wednesday) Treacle and Baroque Music By Lauren Hairston 10/12/11 15:00 Why oh why is black treacle so difficult to find? I believe it's almost identical to blackstrap molasses, but I'm partial to Lyle's and I love its jaunty red tin. I've never seen it in Wichita period (even at World Market) and I used to buy it at Canterbury...
Black (and White Wednesday) Treacle and Baroque Music Black (and White Wednesday) Treacle and Baroque Music By Lauren Hairston 10/12/11 15:00 Why oh why is black treacle so difficult to find? I believe it's almost identical to blackstrap molasses, but I'm partial to Lyle's and I love its jaunty red tin. I've never seen it in Wichita period (even at World Market) and I used to buy it at Canterbury...

Lauren Hairston

I cook a lot of British and vintage recipes and watch lots of old movies.

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