Whether you call this a Dutch Baby or a German Pancake makes no difference. In fact, I sincerely hope I’m not introducing this concept to you. I hope it has been on your Saturday morning breakfast rotation for ages.
It is a baked pancake, in essence. Some compare it to a flat popover. It …click to continue Dutch Babies
Coconut Cream Pie
I’ve had Coconut Cream Pie on my mind and I finally got around to putting one together that I love. It is different than the typical Coconut Cream Pie for several reasons. First, instead of relying on coconut extract for the punch of coconut flavor, I have tried to layer …click to continue Coconut Cream Pie
Sometimes Linda Maturey, not necessity, is the mother of invention. Recently she was in my kitchen sampling a sweet potato dish which contained Garam Masala. The savory and fragrant tones of the spice mix were causing her to envision the recipe as something grander than just sweet potatoes. And though very simple, …click to continue Sweet Potatoes with Greens
Recently I found a jewel of a recipe tucked in my mother’s old wooden recipe box. I “borrowed” the whole box a few years back. The recipe was cut from a magazine and glued to a note card. On the recipe was a sticky note from my mom saying, “I used to make these …click to continue Perfect Muffins
Recently, I admitted my unbiased love of convenience pies and traditional pies, alike. This is about a step in the traditional pie process. Whereas last week I made a pudding pie for which my effort was finished in roughly 15 minutes, this week I’m preparing to make pies all …click to continue Leaf Lard