The mark of a good recipe — making it over and over!

Believe it or not, I actually make a lot of the things I post on this blog over and over. That’s the mark of a good recipe, in my opinion — whether would I make it again.

So, as proof, I took pictures a couple of weeks ago when we had a burger night and I made homemade hamburger buns. Go ahead and go look at the recipe now if you want to. I can wait.

Or take a look at these mouth-watering pictures and THEN go check out the recipe, because I know you’ll want to. 🙂

Just out of the oven.
Just out of the oven.
Look how yummy they look in the bread basket!
Look how yummy they look in the bread basket!
Lean in even closer . . . they smell wonderful, too!
Lean in even closer . . . they smell wonderful, too!
Just to prove they work with a hamburger, check out the burger my daughter built!
Just to prove they work with a hamburger, check out the burger my daughter built!
Now that's a pretty burger!
Now that’s a pretty burger!
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2 thoughts on “The mark of a good recipe — making it over and over!

  1. So true (making a good recipe over and over). I’d have to say my enchilada recipe is like this. I make it a lot and another sign of a good recipe for me is when I no longer need to look at the written ingredients/directions. And I’m not afraid to play around with the ingredients like I am with most recipes! 🙂

    Now I have made some really messy and time consuming things over the years and then I never want to bother again. For these items, I tell my husband he better enjoy because that’s the first and last time I’ll be making whatever it is!

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