I love Maine, don’t you? And when the border finally reopened to MA residents, we knew our next hike would be there. Mount Agamenticus is an easy hike, kid friendly, and near so many cool places for breakfast and lunch. Why not go this weekend?
Babka is a “wow” recipe, and rightly so. It takes time, patience, and the ability to really read a recipe. But it’s so worth it when you’ve finished. I hope you enjoy my version featuring white chocolate, apricots and almonds.
Looking for a tasty way to use up leftovers? Especially pork and turkey? This is THE dish you’re waiting for. All in one and it bakes quickly. Why not try a cheesy butternut squash and pork pasta bake tonight?
Homemade applesauce is one of the easiest recipes, and a great way to use up apples when your day of picking turned into way more apples than you can eat!
I love naan. With this recipe, I added the twist of cranberries and walnuts. A new way to prepare a favorite you usually enjoy with Indian food. Why not naan for Friendsgiving this year?
Simple roast chicken with a citrusy cranberry glaze. What’s not to love? Make up the marinade in just a few minutes, once the chicken is marinated, pop it in the oven, and you’ll have a chicken dish to serve with no further fuss.
We returned to a favorite hike of ours at Walden Pond in Concord MA today. We arrived early and were greeted with the most beautiful autumn foliage, fog lifting off the water, and a peaceful hike around the pond!
Have you ever seen pears, ready to pick, but figured they were so hard you’d break a tooth, or end up throwing them all away? This recipe is the perfect solution for a delicious flaky dessert, filled with the taste of Fall Pears and a bit of cinnamon.
I’ve been out picking apples twice in the past 3 weeks. I created this recipe to use up some apples, but it will definitely be something I go out and buy apples for! If you find yourself with an abundance of apples, why not try this perfect way to use the crisp apples we’re all enjoying at this time of year?
An easy and delicious way to make roast beef. Brown it, pop it in the slowcooker and you’ve got a good 6 hours or so to do your thing! Whether it’s a sunday, a weekday or any day in between. And of course how could I not include memories from my own Sunday dinners with family back in the 60s