I have three points to make on today’s post.
When a favorite blogger quits blogging it is like an old friend moved away to a third world country. Sometimes, I do use a tube of prepared bread-like substance. I refuse to name a recipe “dumplins.”
To address my first point…
Who else misses Jen at Juanita’s . . . → Read More: Bundles of Insane Apple Goodness
This panna cotta is the creamiest and most decadent dessert and can be topped with any fruit. Read on as I reveal my C.L.U.E. blogger assignment for February. . . . → Read More: Cardamom White Chocolate Panna Cotta for C.L.U.E.
As a continuation from my fabulous birthday trip, we stopped on our way home at Louisburg Orchard and Cider Mill. We had previously purchased some Arkansas Black apples at the City Market in KC, but we wanted more. We found cheap Jonathan apples at the orchard’s shop.
What do you do when you buy . . . → Read More: Five Spice Apple Pie
A vegan brownie recipe for this month’s Secret Recipe Club… . . . → Read More: Vegan Brownies with Flax
Our truly locavore meal featured a Blueberry-Mint Lemonade, Sautéed Padron Peppers, a Spring Pasta with a Butter-Wine Sauce, and Fresh Blueberry Crumble. You are getting four recipes today for the price of one! . . . → Read More: The 12-Mile Dinner
A little booze-infused pie for your next cookout. . . . → Read More: Vanilla Cherry Pie with Almond Crumb Topping
A biscuit recipe, honey-balsamic strawberries, strawberries in the garden and a new foodie read…….. . . . → Read More: Old Fashioned Strawberry Shortcake (sort of)
These brownies could easily be made gluten-free. They also have the alternative title of the Matthew McConaughey “Awright, awright, awright” Brownies. Intrigued? . . . → Read More: Chocolate Peanut Butter Brownies–“Awright, awright, awright”
The Food ‘n Flix pick this month was Babette’s Feast. This wonderful movie inspired me to make Kugelhopf. Keep reading for the film synopsis, Babette’s menu and my meager attempt at dessert. . . . → Read More: Dessert for a Feast (for Food ‘n Flix)
I replaced the traditional ingredient of butter in a classic lemon pound cake recipe from Gourmet. . . . → Read More: Meyer Lemon Pound Cake with Coconut Oil