I started experimenting with jam last winter when I started reading an awesome blog called Food in Jars. If you have any interest in canning, or just want to see some cool recipes, definitely check it out. Unfortunately I don’t really have space to actually can and store anything, so I stick with refrigerator jams.
I have tried a number of scone recipe recently, but I’ve been looking for something that’s similar in texture, but with less fat and less sugar. Something more like a breakfast bar than a dessert. So when I stumbled across this recipe, I was really happy.
I’m a big fan of cold fruit soups, but good fresh fruit isn’t really available in the winter. While frozen fruit will never be as good as fresh, flash frozen fruit is actually a pretty good substitute. I’ve done a lot of cold berry soups, so this time I opted for peach and mango, with […]
It’s been a whirlwind couple of months–I moved into a new apartment, married the man of my dreams (seriously not saying that to be cheesy–he’s pretty much the best thing that has ever happened to me), and I made the decision to leave my job for a very exciting new opportunity. I like to do […]
My corn kugel is one of my most popular recipes, and a go-to side dish for almost any meal (thank you BL for introducing me to it!). While I love the sweetness of this kugel, I recently made delicious savory pumpkin muffins, and decided I’d try a savory version of corn kugel too. If possible, […]
I know I’ve posted a lot of roasted nut recipes, but hey, I like nuts 🙂 This time I went sweet and spicy with curry, ginger, and maple. I chose to use half almonds and half cashews, but you could use any nut you want–macadamia, pecan, walnut, etc. These nuts aren’t too spicy, so add […]
**This post is part of a month-long series as I participate in the Salad as a Meal Challenge. It’s fitting that my last recipe of salad as a meal involves quinoa.
**This post is part of a month-long series as I participate in the Salad as a Meal Challenge. I can’t believe the Four Weeks of Salad as a Meal challenge is almost over! Don’t forget to comment on at least one post for a chance to win a copy of the cookbook! One of the easiest […]
**This post is part of a month-long series as I participate in the Salad as a Meal Challenge. If you’ve never made your own stock, you are really missing out. It really isn’t all that time consuming, and it’s cheaper and infinitely more flavorful than store bought. Plus, you can customize the flavors of your stock […]
**This post is part of a month-long series as I participate in the Salad as a Meal Challenge. When I first looked at the title of this recipe, I was sad that I wouldn’t be able to eat it, surely it had flour in it. But to my surprise, this egg crepe was just that–egg! Honestly, […]