Sorry to take so long to post – we are having trouble with our verizon internet and phone.  They were able to fix the phone, but I guess the internet was trickier.  So we have intermittent service at the moment. The pop tart experiment has thus far gone great. They were gobbled up; luckily we’re making more. We did strawberry, raspberry and chocolate so far.  The dough I found super easy to put together (with a cuisinart). In the recipe, it calls for “coarse meal.”   I had trouble getting the camera to focus properly, but the picture should give you some idea of what it should look like after you add the flour, sugar, salt and margarine.  [Oh, and speaking of the recipe, I’m not a fan of “2 cups plus 2 tablespoons” of flour.  First of all, the amount of flour in…

Hello!  We are going to try a virtual cooking group.  It’s easy – just make this recipe at home (or a version of it) and post your comments (and a picture, if you’d like).  [Or you can just post comments]. My husband has wanted to eat pop tarts for years, but for whatever reason, pop tarts aren’t kosher (I believe there are some kinds of pop tarts that are kosher, but I think they are the “healthy” ones, and really, who wants to eat the healthy pop tarts – I want the gooey, yummy chocolatey ones, if we can make them). “Bon Appetit” earlier this year had posted a recipe for pop tarts with strawberry filling. This is there picture (above).  What? No glaze?  Seriously, why say you’re making a pop tart.  And this is why the healthy pop tarts don’t count – without…