Monthly Archives: July 2011
Go to the Recipe @nytimes.com What a glutton. I saw this awesome, butter-laden tart recipe in the New York Times dining section last week and HAD TO make it.
I’ve been all about jams and marmalades this year. It all began with Melissa Clark’s Blood Orange and Meyer Lemon Marmalade from the New York Times in Feb. I’d also done a bit of jam making with my rhubarb harvest … Continue reading
Go to the SURE-JELL recipe I’ve had homemade jam on the brain these days and thought it would be the perfect use for some frozen berries that had been languishing in my freezer–a blueberry, raspberry, and marionberry mix. (I love … Continue reading
Baked a childhood whole wheat bread recipe recently… my parents normally made loaves though I made them as buns this time. The recipe 1 cup warm water (105 -115 F) 2 pkg yeast or 4 tsp granulated yeast 1/3 cup … Continue reading
Go to the recipe, skip the talk Will post pictures later! This “Grandma Bun” recipe is a family heirloom: no breakfast, lunch or dinner was ever complete without some of these at the table—usually slathered with peanut butter and homemade … Continue reading