I haven’t baked in months. At least it seems like that. I obviously didn’t do any cooking over our recent Spring Break but I did do lots of eating. Lots and lots of eating.
When we finally got home and settled back into our routine, I decided that we needed to eat a bit . . . → Read More: Three Seed Breakfast Bread
Yep, I am ready.
The time has changed and we have all sprung back.
The snow, ice and polar vortexes are gone.
I have seen a robin.
It is time for spring.
To celebrate (and to participate in #TwelveLoaves) I decided to use some fresh strawberries. It won’t be long . . . → Read More: “Ready for Spring” Strawberry Muffins #TwelveLoaves
Patiently waiting for spring here.
I am tired of the record lows.
I am tired of the snow, sleet, and ice in March.
I am ready for warm temperatures, working in the yard and garden, and harvesting our produce.
As I was experiencing another snow day earlier this month (and don’t get me wrong, I . . . → Read More: Peachy Keen Granola Bars
Lately, there have been no smoothies, no home-cooked dinners…it’s been pretty busy (and food-boring) around here.
Luckily, we didn’t have any weekend activities until 1:30 and 6:00 on Saturday.
Great. I could at least get a hearty, home-cooked breakfast on the table. (And yes, dear readers, I even slept in . . . → Read More: Banana Pancakes with Dried Tart Cherries
Yes, I know that The Breakfast Club wasn’t chock full of foodie references.
Yes, I know that besides the title itself and the lunch scene, there is not a whole lot of food in this film.
But, dontcha know I think it was a worthy film for Food ‘n Flix this month. . . . → Read More: Food ‘n Flix Round-Up: The Breakfast Club
I came of age in the 80s. I wore leg warmers, neon colors, Flashdance-influenced sweatshirts, and designer jeans. My hair has been pink, asymmetric, and teased up high (just not all at once). I have been a punk, a prep, and a rocker.
Circa 1985. Such babies.
I feel . . . → Read More: “Waffled” Breakfast Club Sandwich
This is an excellent basic granola recipe that is easily adaptable. . . . → Read More: Granola Bars
During the winter brrr, what’s better for breakfast than a little citrus flavor?
I found the original recipe in Joy of Cooking after finding some near dead and departed lemons on the cabinet last summer. This recipe was delicious and made super thick, delicious pancakes. I wanted to tweak the recipe a bit and . . . → Read More: Lemon Pancakes with Dark Sweet Cherries
I love me some bread pudding, yet I never make it. You can be assured that if it is on the menu when we dine out, I will order it. Chocolate bread pudding, pumpkin bread pudding, traditional Southern bread pudding with whiskey sauce. It matters not.
When I saw this recipe in our local paper . . . → Read More: Breakfast Bread Pudding
There was a time when the adults in the family still gave and received purchased gifts. This was before we decided we had too much STUFF and as gifts began to collect dust or take up storage and attic spaces. The presents typically were a bit pricey and extravagant as well and you can . . . → Read More: Bread Machine Raisin Bread