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?
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?
What is better than a September walk on the beach on a cold day, margaritas under the trees, and a warm bean soup and cornbread to come home to? If you agree, then check out this post! You’ll want to make it today!!!
I love scones, and it’s so hard to find ones that aren’t just a glorified biscuit. This recipe makes slightly sweet, flaky, delicious scones inspired by Beth’s favorite iced caramel latte. What’s not to like?
We went blueberry picking at Parlee Farms and then I came home to create an amazing lemon blueberry scone recipe. Too bad it only makes twelve!
Wondering how to make pizza night special? Why not try making your own pizza dough, rye dough to be exact, and turning it into our favorite Reuben Pizza. Dough takes about one hour and 15 minutes to complete (one hour rising time included). Be brave, plan on it for your next Pizza Night!
If you like Indian food, you will love this naan recipe. Simple ingredients, just a few steps (including allowing the dough to rise) and you have a bread perfect for spicy food, or perfect for dessert! You decide. And some lessons from my father in honor of today, Father’s Day.
When I was young, childhood contained a mix of days, some good, some bad. But the day we made our own bread and butter was one of the best!
Baking bread is like meditation. It requires a bit of attention, but it’s so worth it in the end. Try this simple recipe for sweet bread good enough for dessert!