In January we did a very cold walk at Winnekenni Castle in Haverhill. I would have loved a few of these spicy sweet Limoncello Candied Ginger Scones to eat on the drive home, that’s for sure.
Writing to escape the pandemic has also meant a blog, cooking, hiking and lots of days spent thinking about my past. Today I submitted a piece about bread to an online magazine. But I’m also sharing stories of my father, bread, and a deliciously satisfying turkey soup recipe. Do you like avgolemono? Well, this is a heartier turkey version. Why not try it?
When we got butternut squash in our Misfits Market Box I wanted to do something different. Then I got inspiration from a recipe for cabbage and mushroom pies. Yes, my brain jumps in random directions, but this time it landed on something delicious!
This is a heavy dish but so flavorful. When it’s time for a meal that includes lamb, and not a lot of fuss, this is the one for you! Cooked in my new tagine, but a heavy bottomed casserole would also work.
I recently got way more zucchini than I could use. So I made a zucchini bread, but added figs and pumpkin seeds. Sooo yummy. Just mix up the wet ingredients, mix up the dry, stir them together and bake. Easy and done in under an hour!
We started using Misfits Market for fruits and veggies. A great deal and lots of inspiration for future recipes. Read more about my experience and maybe take a walk down memory lane if you loved Rudolph. Yup, I tied them together!
Sometimes you want the deliciousness of homemade bread without all the work. This recipe requires only one rise, 6 ingredients, and no kneading! Plus you can bake just one and freeze the dough for another day! Why not give it a try the next time the desire for soup and crusty bread with butter comes haunting you?
A quick and easy cracker recipe with lots of opportunity to change out ingredients to match your taste (and your pantry!)
May be one of our last beach walks of the year. And while it wasn’t long, we squeezed every drop of “great” out of it! From gorgous ocean views, to a winery and an amazing Italian bakery/sandwich shop/grocery
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.