I love discovering regional and/or vintage recipes so when I recently read about a pie that was once served at many restaurants along North Carolina’s Atlantic coast, I started researching its history. If you’re dreaming of hot sun, blue water, white sandy beaches, and palm trees, this recipe for easy beach pie is just what you need—without packing a suitcase or waiting in a line at the airport. Continue reading “Easy Beach Pie”
One of the gifts that I received for Christmas was a biscotti pan from our oldest daughter. I was delighted because this is a high quality pan, and because I’ve been wanting to make biscotti for a while Continue reading “Savory Biscotti With Parmesan and Rosemary”
Happy New Year to everyone! I’ve been baking a lot for the past few weeks but you haven’t seen any posts from me because I was always in too much of a hurry to take photos. I’m starting 2017 with this favorite (and healthy-ish) recipe of mine for fig bars with oats and walnuts. Continue reading “Fig Bars with Oats and Walnuts”
When I had apples leftover from making Thanksgiving apple pie, I needed to use them up so I made apple walnut cake with rum butter sauce. Normally, I would probably bake this recipe in my Bundt duet pan, but I wanted to spread the wealth of all that deliciousness. By using my small loaf pan I made four loaves of apple walnut cake that I can share with our neighbors. I guess you could argue about what this recipe really is, “it’s cake, no it’s bread, no it’s cake” ad infinitum… Continue reading “Apple Walnut Cake with Rum Butter Sauce”
One of my all-time favorite recipes is the delicious honey whole wheat bread recipe that I’m sharing today. It’s the result of my search for a delicious and healthy homemade bread that is as soft and fluffy as store bought, but healthier and way less expensive. Continue reading “Honey Whole Wheat Bread”
For this–my first real food post on my new food blog–I’m sharing a recipe for Easy Rye Quick Bread that is so crazy fast, moist, and flavorful that you won’t believe it until you make it and taste it.
Before I get to that, however, I just want to let you in on the plans I have for this blog. In future posts, I’ll discuss my favorite recipes, baking equipment, tools, and techniques to assure your baking success. I’ll have recipes for many of the breads you’ve eaten and some you’ve never heard of; cakes of every kind; special occasion and everyday cookies and bars; and sweet and savory pies. I’ll share my baking background and the stories that explain why I love baking so much. I‘ll throw in some history of ingredients and recipes and give shout-outs to the fabulous bakers who inspire me and from whom I’ve learned so much. Continue reading “Easy Rye Quick Bread”