Fried Chicken and Waffles has to be one of the world’s best comfort foods. It’s all decadent, and not healthy… just the way comfort food should be. I made this recipe last week because I was in serious need of some comfort food. It’s been a bit of a mad house around here lately with […]
Last week I was looking up recipes for coffee cake, and found a few that I liked, but being the experimenting baker that I am, I decided to make up a recipe for a tea cake instead. So many of my friends drink tea rather than coffee and I had some pomegranate and cardamom tea […]
I have been messing around with sourdough for the last few months, and just came across an Instagram account called @sourdough_mania that has some of the sexiest sourdough ideas I have ever seen. Little chef and I created a new sourdough starter early this week and I wanted to make something with it on this beautiful […]
Last week we asked for some recipe suggestions from all of our blog followers and we had so many fun responses! Because we had so many responses I decided to do more than one of the recipes. Last night I made Blueberry Dumplings. I have to admit it was my first time and I had […]
January is hard. The Christmas cookies are gone, everyone is grumpy from all the kale, the kids are crazy from being locked up inside, and on top of all of that you have to think of something to make for dinner. Not to worry, I have a quick and easy dinner idea and recipe to […]
Lately I have been dabbling in wild fermentation and had some amazing results. The most recent project has been a whole wheat sourdough starter that I have been making bread with. If you are not familiar with the term, a starter is water and flour, that you mix and let sit for many days, and then “feed” it more flour daily to build it up.
Some dishes are pure classics. Like a perfectly seared and roasted rack of lamb. Last week Jamie cooked us up a rack of the Ovation Lamb and it was on point, so I thought I would share the recipe with you lovely folks. Of course little chef and little sous chef wanted to be in […]
I have just decided that raising small children is a lot like being addicted to a hardcore drug. It has amazing ups, and life threatening downs, and you end up doing things in public you never every thought you would.
This year I have had the opportunity to help teach the local 4H club foods club. When I first signed up I assumed it would be fairly basic lessons, with a couple kids whose parent’s signed them up. Boy was I wrong. The little crew we had sign up are quite a hilarious mix of […]