Sadly, the USDA does not recommend home canning of pumpkin butter. This is because pumpkin is low in acidity […]Continue Reading →
Somewhat recently I was with a friend at Starbucks. I always like to take a look at their bakery case because they are well loved for their seasonal treats. I have a knock-off of one of their baked snacks they carry around Christmas time in my book (a lemon and cranberry bar with lemon icing). […]Continue Reading →
I love muffins.
No, that is an understatement. I LURVE muffins!
Muffins and cookies share a common characteristic that I hold dear, which is why they are both such popular items in our house. They are like a blank canvas, begging to be tinkered with. So tasty and so versatile, these treats have a […]Continue Reading →
*side note: I’ve been selected again to participate in Foodie Fights! The ingredients are excellent, so be sure to check back on Monday to see what I’ve made and to vote!
When you make a cheesecake in a pie tin you cannot call it a cheesecake. It must be called a cheesepie. I’m not making […]Continue Reading →
Remember those awful Pizza Rolls commercials? They may still have them now, I don’t know, but I remember watching them when I was a teen. The young boy, bounding home from school with his friends in tow, pondering what they would have for an after school snack. After perusing the kitchen and turning up […]Continue Reading →
Okay, this has been long in the making, but summer’s been keeping me a little occupied.
So, two things for this post:
1. Jam! I’m made a little photo tutorial on how to make jam. I swear, it’s not hard. A little time consuming, yes. But once you have your elements prepared and ready […]Continue Reading →
Summer has us in a full-on whirlwind of hustle and bustle. I can’t believe it’s August! I remember agonizing over childhood and adolescence, just willing it to hurry up. Now I’m dragging my heels to make the wheels turn a little more slowly.
Anyway, I wanted to give you a little update […]Continue Reading →
Well, here she is: Episode 3 of the nom! nom! nom! cooking show. Enjoy this very classic and summery recipe.
This soup’s origins are debated, but it’s creamy and addictive flavor is undeniably good. You can always use onions in place of the shallot.
1 tbsp. margarine
3 medium leeks, washed and […]
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