Coconut Cashew Banana Cake

   1 bundt cake plus extra batter for muffins, loaf or smaller cake pan Tip: Fruit, or sometimes vegetables, can be interchanged in cake or quick bread recipes. What you're looking for is moisture. If you don't like bananas, use more pears. Other alternatives: shred or finely dice apples, zucchini or carrots. Use canned or... Continue Reading →

Zesty Blueberry Bread

  12-16 slices per loaf Tip: Whether using fresh or frozen berries in this quick bread, toss them in some of the flour mixture from the recipe before gently folding them in at the end. This will help to keep them distributed in the bread and not sink to the bottom. Ingredients 2 cups all-purpose... Continue Reading →

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Appetizers Italian Stuffed Zucchini Cups 27-Nov-2018 Smooth & Creamy Garlic Hummus with S&P Pita Chips 17-Oct-2018 Frico Crisps 15-Sep-2018 Soups/Salads Panzanella for Two (non-traditional) 22-May-2020 Brussels Sprouts Salad w/Caesar Dressing 1-May-2020 French Green Bean & Fennel Salad w Lemon Garlic Vinaigrette 22-Jan-2019 Citrus Salad with Pomegranate & Pistachios 11-Jan-2019 Winter Slaw with Cilantro-Lime Dressing 28-Oct-2018... Continue Reading →

Pecan-Coconut-Applesauce Muffins

Yield as shown in photo. You may choose a different mix of pans. (ex: all muffins or muffins plus a bundt pan, etc.) Tip:  Julia Child had a kitchen rule...“No matter what happens in the kitchen, never apologize.”  Julia's rules are definitely good enough for me! 😉 I made a batch of chunky applesauce last week... Continue Reading →

Green Tomato Bundt Cake

About 16 slices Tip: As gardening season comes closer to its end (in the Midwest, at least), it's always tough to leave green tomatoes hanging on the vine. Of course, there are options - fried green tomatoes, pickled green tomatoes, green tomato salsa, relish...all of which are good, but most are savory. A baker's gotta... Continue Reading →

Blueberry Upside-down Cake

   8 servings Tip: Whenever I use fresh citrus fruit, whether for fruit segments, slices or juice, I almost always zest the whole washed & dried fruit before using the rest of it. The zest keeps well in a small storage container or baggies in the freezer. Mix or keep zest flavors separated. A pinch... Continue Reading →

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