Take a fork and just dig in!
It seems most of the historical costumers I meet have three things in common.
1. Fabric-holic tendencies
2. Cats in the sewing room
3. A passionate love of chocolate
A sometimes MAD passion for the delicious 5th food group.
I posted on the Facebook wall that I happened to be baking my famous brownies. (You can’t eat these without a glass of milk!) So with several requests for the recipe, here it is.
It was taken from a bag of King Arthur Flour.
The Best Fudge Brownies Ever – yes, that’s the title, and yes they live up to the name.
I like to use Hershey’s Special Dark cocoa powder and real vanilla. O.M.G. Girls – it’s just what you need. 😉
You could also use dark chocolate chips, but the Nestle semi-sweet work just fine. Make sure you grease the pan well – not just lightly as the recipe states. I’ve found it doesn’t make too much of a difference it taste but it does make them easier to remove. I use a 9 x 13 glass pan.
Do you like to bake brownies? What’s your favorite recipe? Please share below.
And don’t you think you get more sewing done when there’s chocolate? Maybe it inspires the mind to come up with new creative designs or an easier method to apply that ruched trim….