About Sheryl

I have been organizing BIG church events for over 25 years. From Thanksgiving dinners, Vacation Bible School, Fall Festivals, Easter Brunch and Rodeo Fest. I think I’ve done it all and loved every minute of it. So I decided to bring some of that experience to Lady Behind The Curtain. Of course writing a blog is way different then orangaizing an event. I have learned so much about recipe development, food staging and photography. All creative outlets.

Caramel Apple Cider

Caramel Apple Cider - Lady Behind The Curtain

Get ready to warm your insides down to your toes with this tasty Caramel Apple Cider.  Nothing announces it’s Fall more than walking into a room that is filled with the scent of apples and cinnamon.  I took that delicious combo and added my favorite flavor….caramel!  TIP:  If you would like a more intense caramel flavor you could also add caramel syrup.  The kind use in flavored coffee drinks. The cooking directions are for stove top cooking but you could also put this recipe in a slow cooker. I plan on making this for bonfire night.  I’ll fill up my … Continue reading

Best of the Weekend #71

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THANK YOU FOR VISITING LADY BEHIND THE CURTAIN AND BEST OF THE WEEKEND! Don’t miss a thing from Lady Behind The Curtain.  Follow me on Facebook, Google Plus, Twitter and Instagram  OR  subscribe to my email and never miss a post.  NEW! StumbleUpon! Hi Everyone!  We had such a great party last week with so many awesome entries! I love Fridays because that’s when I get to see what you’ve been up to.  I’m so honored that you chose to come to BEST OF THE WEEKEND.   HERE ARE YOUR PARTY HOSTS: Claire from A Little Claireification, Deb from Cooking on … Continue reading

Microwave Vanilla Krispy Treats

Microwave Vanilla Krispy Treats - Lady Behind The Curtain

These easy to make Microwave Vanilla Krispy Treats have a few changes.  Like everyone I have been making Rice Krispy Treats since the beginning of time and being the AWESOME grandma that I am :)  I decided to make some for my granddaughters FULL OF SPRINKLES!  You know my motto EVERYTHING is better with SPRINKLES! This time I did several things differently.  First, (this is my favorite NEW step) I started by melting my butter and marshmallows in the microwave and added vanilla.  Then I had a bag of mini marshmallows that only had a cup in it so I … Continue reading

Beef Stew Campfire Leftovers

Beef Stew Campfire Leftovers - Lady Behind The Curtain

Did you make my Beef Stew the night before?  Now you’re wondering what you can do to change up the recipe?  How about serving it in a jar with cornbread baked on top?  Like my Beef Stew Campfire Leftovers….Perfect for sitting around the fire on a chilly evening. Serve at a western theme party….these are also perfect for game day! Simply add some of the leftover stew to a jar, top with cornbread batter and bake!  Two dishes in one!  :-)  (instructions below) Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Make your favorite cornbread, put stew onto 16 ounce wide mouth mason … Continue reading

Spicy Smoky Barbecue Sauce

Spicy Smoky Barbecue Sauce - Lady Behind The Curtain

This Spicy Smoky Barbecue Sauce is perfect to use in your slow cooker like my Slow Cooker Country Style Pork Ribs. HERE IS HOW LIQUID SMOKE LOOKS.  IT COMES IN A BOTTLE AND IS USUALLY FOUND ON THE SAME ISLE AS THE BARBECUE SAUCE. TIP:  Use the leftover sauce on hamburgers, wings or on pulled pork sandwiches. Create your own Recipe Box and save your favorite Lady Behind The Curtain recipes.  Make a Meal Plan with your favorite recipes and ZipList will automatically add the ingredients to a Shopping List. Print Spicy Smoky Barbecue Sauce IngredientsFor the Spicy Smoky Barbecue … Continue reading

Kid’s Dirt Dessert Snack Pack

Kids Dirt Dessert Snack Pack - Lady Behind The Curtain

Pack this fun Kid’s Dirt Dessert Snack Pack in your kid’s lunch and he/she will be the most popular kid in the lunch room.  Wouldn’t it be fun for your kids to discover this fun Halloween treat in their lunch? First I found the small divided container at Target with the different bento lunch containers.  Everything else is store bought and can be put together in 5 minutes!  Yes, a 5 minute dessert that’s fun! On one side add the contents from a chocolate pudding cup.  On the other side add crushed Oreo cookies (I used Oreo cookie pie crust … Continue reading