Tag: Recipes

  • Miso Butternut Squash Soup

    I’ve decided to participate in NaBloPoMo, National Blog Posting Month. For the month of November, I’m going to post every day. This is day 6. So if you haven’t already guessed from my subtle hints and previous posts, there’s been a butternut squash recipe just waiting to land. And here you have it. Whenever I make […]

  • Why I love bread and Pumpkin Gingerbread Recipe

    If the blog name hasn’t given it away, I love bread. It’s one of my favorite things. I try not to discriminate between big or small, crusty or soft, light or dark, sweet or savory. They’re really all good – and so versatile; you can easily eat bread for dessert, breakfast or afternoon tea (or […]

  • Tomato Sauce and Tuttorosso Tomatoes

    I’ve long been a lover of the round red fruit. Sweet, tart, and surprising as it splashes on the tongue. What most amazes me is how different the tomato is in the summer and in the winter. The hothouse version is barely a distant cousin of the fresh orb. What do you do in the […]

  • Orchard Fresh Chicken

    Growing up, I always took it for granted that we had all the fresh apples we could eat. I grew up in the heart of apple country in upstate New York. The bus ride to school passed more cows and apple trees than I could count. Our generous neighbors let us roam their acres and […]

  • On the Go Oat Breakfast Bars

    Managing the moving parts of life is a complex balancing act. It doesn’t seem to matter if you work 9-5, have a freelancers schedule, are a student, or are running after young children; challenges abound. Focusing on problem solving one challenge at a time has been a way for me to come up with solutions, […]

  • Fancy Dinner Part 2 – Stuffed Paccheri

    Some time ago I made a recipe featured in the August 2010 issue of La Cucina Italiana Magazine, for stuffed paccheri. At this point, I can barely remember the occasion, how involved the recipe was, or what I originally intended to write about it. It was so involved, that I decided to split the recipe […]