Have you ever made a recipe that was a disaster and wondered what you did wrong, only to discover that there was a typo in the recipe? Me too. It was called English 14-Carrot Cake. Don’t worry, I solved the puzzle and you’ll be so glad I did!
These cookies are somewhat of a southern California legend. They were served at a landmark restaurant near the pier in Huntington Beach until the 90s. So popular that the recipe was regularly requested by Los Angeles Times readers and the chef finally gave his secret recipe!
I know, we’ve all had lemon bars before, some love them, a few don’t. Huh?! How did I not know this about my husband?!
Every time I pull a recipe out that has common ingredients, but I’ve never heard of them together I am overwhelmed with excitement and nerves. Am I about to uncover the biggest, best long lost secret?! Or is this a disaster that never should have been written down?
So I think I should read these recipes before I dive in. I can’t believe I still haven’t learned my lesson after how many times that’s backfired along this cooking adventure.