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?
It’s apple picking season, and if you’re looking for something just a bit different, using a store bought crust, this amazing coconut cardamom apple pie with streusel topping is it! Plus some great tips for apple picking at Nashoba Valley and a beautiful autumn hike in Nashua NH! Enjoy
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!!!
This post includes my memories of hot air ballooning with my mom and the adventure starts while I was booking the trip! And a delicious pie based on a recipe for Atlantic Beach pie, but taking advantage of the happy combination of lemon, mango, and pineapple, with a dash of coconut thrown in! And yes, it’s a saltine crust, be brave!
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?
Years ago we visited Odiorne Point State Park. We went back today to find that it’s even better than we remembered! And when we got home Beth and I baked a Blueberry Peach Crumble. The best ever! Looking for a new place to hike? Looking for a dessert perfect for all those berries you picked? This is it!
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!
Obviously I love lemon, and the combo of coconut and lemon just sounds like summer to me. So do frozen ice cream bars. This post is about memories of scary things when I was four, and the treat we had after a particularly funny scare – lemonade. Try this lemon inspired treat with your kids or make it as ice cubes to plop into an adult beverage with friends.
I’ve been to New Orleans twice, and hope to go again. This post includes my favorite restaurants, favorite memories and an amazing recipe for lemon filled beignets!