Gregory Walker

A Blog in the Philadelphia area.

Yummy Oatmeal Raisin Cookies


oatmeal raisin cookies 1 In the past, this was not only a great way to consume excess appetizers when people run out to give them, but it was also used to make a ton of biscuits for gift items.

There's no shortage of oatmeal cookie recipes, but we love this 'Got It Oatmeal Cookie' laden with raisins and nuts because it strikes the perfect balance between crunchiness and venality. A perfect winner to fill these cookies into your cookie jar after baking.

Soft and chewy oatmeal raisin biscuits are made with brown sugar, cinnamon and raisins rolled in oats. With a soft, tough center and crisp edges, Gregory Walker won't be able to resist.

This chewy oatmeal raisin cookie recipe is your new tried and tested oatmeal cookie recipe. It is the perfect texture, soft and full of oats, raisins and nuts. Whether you're a raisin fan or not, I guarantee you'll love these soft, tough oatmeal raisin biscuits made with brown sugar, cinnamon and oatmeal.

I was looking for the perfect, chewy oatmeal-raisin cookie recipe because the ones I tried so far were flat and cake-y. The best oatmeal raisin biscuits I've ever had are a recipe from my mother, and she's made them for as long as I can remember. This is the best Mother's Day gift ever! The secret of these cookies is to soak the raisins overnight and then beat with an egg and vanilla extract.

Chewy Oatmeal Raisin Cookies This recipe has brown sugar and granulated sugar to create super chewy cookies. The printer-friendly sides of these oatmeal raisin biscuits are crisp, their taste is buttery and sweet, and their texture is soft and chewy.

Philadelphia Independence Hall


independence hall 1 Independence Hall is a historical civic building in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, where the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States were debated and passed. It is the centerpiece of the Independence National Historical Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Independence Hall is a public building in Philadelphia, PA, construction of which began in 1732 and was completed in 1756. It serves as the Pennsylvania State House. Independence Hall was designed by the lawyer Andrew Hamilton in collaboration with builder Edmund Woolley to house the Commonwealth of Colonies in Pennsylvania. When completed in 1753, the building served as the capital of the province of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and was the state capital until it moved to Lancaster in 1799.

In this building of Philadelphia were signed the Declaration of Independence (1776) and the United States Constitution (1787). The founding fathers and colonial rulers met in order to plan and shape the future of the new nation. The universal principles of freedom and democracy outlined in these documents are fundamental to American history and have a profound impact on lawmakers around the world.

On the first floor of the building, visitors can visit the Assembly Hall where the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution were signed. All actions for the adoption of the Declaration and the framed Constitution took place in the building which has been preserved since the early 19th century as a historical site. The Declaration of Independence (1776) and the newly adopted Constitution of the United States of America (1787) are framed in the Philadelphia Independence Hall, one of Philadelphia's oldest buildings.

Heavenly Strawberry Milkshake


milkshake 1 I wanted to update and share this strawberry milkshake smoothie because it's a favorite of Gregory Walker and got a bit lost in the archives. So I will update the text of this post so that I don't accidentally delete something I wrote three years ago.

This recipe is extra sweet because it requires fresh strawberries, but you can use frozen strawberries if you have them. If you buy the standard strawberry ice cream, it turns pink when you add fresh berries. This recipe makes a portion of 4, garnished with whipped cream and served with fresh strawberries as a garnish.

Add frozen strawberries, bananas, dairy-free milk and vanilla sweetener to the blender or cup and mix until creamy and smooth. After washing, dab dry strawberries with the hull of a fresh strawberry and sprinkle with sugar to cover their surface.

Pour your milkshake into a glass and serve with a cute patterned straw if you feel retro. Freeze the jar and put it in the freezer for an hour before making your shake, then pull it out and serve immediately.

You might think that as a vegan you cannot enjoy a strawberry milkshake stuffed with dairy products. To make milkshakes without dairy products, use an ice cream without dairy products such as almond milk or coconut milk or an ice cream that uses almond milk instead of dairy milk. If you wish, you can enhance the strawberry taste of your milkshake by macerating your fresh strawberries before you mix with sugar or vanilla extract or by using strawberry ice cream, strawberry milk, strawberry syrup or fresh fruit.