I suppose you could convince me there is a dessert that typifies summer more than shortcake, and you might be able to string me along for a while before I came to my senses to explain delicately that, at least to me, not much else […]
A friend of mine gave me a bag of small, crisp red apples the last time she came for dinner and somehow, I’d lost track of them. I should have known they’d been sitting in the fridge, waiting for me to get around to making something with Fall written all over it. Would it be apple nut muffins, a new take on a Waldorf salad, or perhaps an apple butternut squash soup? I couldn’t decide until last weekend when I knew I’d be in the kitchen making macarons and decided to treat the menfolk to breakfast. I’m not the one who normally makes breakfast on Sunday, so my offer was met with surprise and instant nods of, “Yes, please!” Neither my husband or son would turn down pancakes even if they had a healthier twist than those my husband usually makes. Besides, I knew I’d get to experiment a bit and it’s always fun to find out just how a particular recipe will end up.
If you have a jar of dulce de leche sitting around, it’s amazing what a little bit of it can do to a nice stack of hot ones on a cool Fall morning. Initially, it was to have ended up filling the macarons, but it didn’t make it past the pancakes.
This past weekend, my local grocery store had strawberries on sale: buy one pint, get one free. I’m always a sucker for those deals even though I do take the time to look and see how much the “one” costs and whether it will be […]
This post has been a very long time coming: about ten months if I’m estimating correctly. Why so long? You know if you’re a dedicated food blogger. You cook, take photos, compare, contrast, and then decide whether “it’s time.” So, it’s time.