Bright and fresh. Hearty and savory. These seem almost contradictory but they somehow manage to come together in this delicious winter-into-spring stew.
I cannot resist the combination of milk and honey.
The menu for our date night last week were these rustic wild yeast paninis with herb and parmesan fries. It did not disappoint!
If you’re craving a good hot soup that works perfect on a weeknight, this is it.
As previously blogged on “To yeast, or not to yeast …” An introduction to bread. I am on a bread making journey. Not just any ordinary bread – but organic bread using wild yeast cultures. Essentially two ingredients are all it takes to make bread: flour (I use organic whole wheat flour. Once I master the art of…
Happy birthday to me! Happy birthday to me! I have lived 9855 days today.
I don’t think I can be considered a “baby adult” anymore.
Rich, simple, delicious, fresh & sweet – everything you want in a dessert!
So, find pleasure in one of life’s great comforts: eating!
With its generous portion of meaty chicken, pillowy gnocchi, hearty spinach and comforting broth it was a hit not only with me-but my four year old as well! She even had a second serving! Since it is national soup month, we’re going to try and make a homemade soup once a week for dinner.
With my Buckwheat flour, organic blueberries, lemon juice, a pinch of Himalayan pink salt, and my go-to coconut palm sugar I search my heirloom family cookbook for how to make pie crust and simple fruit pie filling. I found it, made it and loved it.
Bread. The mere thought of it stirs controversy! How did this happen? How did bread go from being the life sustaining staple food product that humans have preserved through time and culture to being hated and avoided like the plague?