You may have noticed that I have not been posting on my blog often like I did in the beginning. I don’t want to post food on here that I am no longer eating ~ even if I have already photographed it and created the recipe. I have had to completely change my diet Continue reading →
Summer desserts in our house normally include ice cream and in season fruits….or s’mores! This dessert is so simple to prepare and it is low sugar so you can have leftovers with breakfast. Continue reading →
On cold winter nights one of my favorite treats happens to be chocolate chip cookies still warm and gooey from the oven but I do crave them in the middle of summer also. Who am I kidding I will take them any day of the week! You can bet that anytime you come to my house you will find cookie dough in the freezer just waiting to be baked. Continue reading →
My family loves muffins and the bigger the better. These muffins fit into that category they have a huge top and a very tender crumb. They remind me of a muffin that you would get at a bakery. Just not a bakery here, the ones that we can buy are quite dense and dry.
I have used a basic muffin recipe from cooks illustrated for years swapping out seasonal fruit. Springtime for me is slightly tart rhubarb; Continue reading →
There is always a jar of granola in our house. I used to say that I had a favorite recipe ~ not any longer. I am always trying new granola recipes that come my way and with all of the cookbooks that I own I don’t have a shortage of new recipes to make. There are several that are always in the rotation Continue reading →
With St. Patrick’s Day just over a week away I have fun corned beef recipes lined up this week and a few green recipes for next week. You can’t have a good corned beef sandwich without good rye bread so this is the bread to make. I have made several rye bread recipes and this one is really delicious and it is fuss free, as far as homemade bread goes. It is a super simple bread recipe with just a few steps yielding a great depth of flavor. I have loved The Homemade Kitchen since the first time I opened the book. We’ve enjoyed the Chocolate syrup, and cinnamon swirl bread along with the rye bread. I can’t wait to try the roasted salmon with yummy sauce. You will want this bread for my next post! So read up and have a baking day. You have one weekend left before St. Patrick’s Day maybe one of those days will turn into a baking day?