A few weeks ago, I picked up a 5 pound supply of blueberries from the lovely people at Tree-Ripe. I have plans to turn most of the supply into jam in the next week or so, but until that time, I had to freeze them to keep them nice and tasty.
I know I just posted a pancake recipe, but these were so delicious, I had to share them. We had some very ripe bananas at home, and there was a tie between banana bread and pancakes for breakfast, so I figured, why not make banana bread pancakes?
Before processing the 25 pounds of peaches a couple weekends ago, we set a few aside to make some peach pancakes. This recipe follows the same structure and instructions as the Banana Granola Pancakes, but I substituted light coconut milk for soymilk as I felt it would complement the peaches better – almost a peaches […]
This post is almost like a non-post because of how easy it is to make peanut butter. However, now that I have the basics down, I’m inspired to try different kinds of nuts and different ingredients to make exciting new flavors, and you can’t get to that point without getting the hang of the basics.
Never thought I’d say I made hummus at 12:30 in the morning (at least not sober), but that’s what I did last night. Why did I do this? I’m embarking on a challenge this month.
It’s strawberry season in Wisconsin! It arrived a little late this year, but the time has finally come to pick berries and put them in everything imaginable.
This is the first in my series of “stupid easy” recipes. I’m hoping to do quite a few of these in the summer. It’s hot outside, you’re busy doing things, and you don’t have time to make complicated food. It doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice taste.
Salt, Sugar, Fat – These 3 elements dictate our desires in ways we can’t even imagine. In Michael Moss’ book of the same name, he goes into the pull of these elements one by one, and delves into the secrets hidden within the food industry.
Ah, Mother’s Day. That time of year when moms around the country get flowers, perfume, bath kits, and all that other typical mom stuff they can’t avoid. I always try to give my mom something a little different, because how many decorative soaps can you really need? This year, I got her some great accompaniments […]
I can’t even think about what my childhood would have been like without peanut butter bars. They were at every bake sale, every sleepover, every cookout. For some reason, I equate peanut butter bars with childhood. In fact, the last time I had a peanut butter bar was definitely sometime during my childhood. I haven’t […]