Baking and Books

Every now and again I’ll participate in a Facebook food challenge while doing a writing challenge. Seeing how I love to cook as much as I love to write, I’m doing the baked spaghetti challenge and posting it here. I had an idea of how I would want my baked spaghetti to be and ran with it. If you are looking for specific directions on how to make it, it ain’t here. Sorry. We cook by sight in my family. Measuring cups? What’s that?

Since I made this for the first time last Sunday, my friends and family have been worrying me to make it again and yes, I will. As for my upcoming novel, I can’t wait to post my teasers in the next coming weeks. The creative juices are just flowing! 

Until next time… 

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36 thoughts on “Baking and Books”

  1. You remind me of my mom. She never used measuring cups except when baking. She uses “taste” to check what she would need to add to a dish she’s making. I like your baked spaghetti. Looks so cheesy and delicious. Tonight we’re having baked macaroni. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. Baked spaghetti?! Oh I am SO going to need the recipe for that haha! It looks delicious! I love reading too, I try to the most in the summer because it’s so relaxing!

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  3. When I cook I usually do not use recipes either; I make it to the taste I would like. Occasionally if I am new to making something, I will use a recipe and then make it my own once I get the hang of it!


  4. My daughter makes a Baked Spaghetti dish we all love. My hubby thinks spaghetti should be eaten at least once a week. I remember when I first started blogging, it was a bit of a struggle to learn to measure ingredients to be able to share a recipe. As a seasoned cook, I don’t usually measure either.

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