Zucchini bread is one of life’s great comforts. Fortunately, it is also one of the simplest recipes in the world. Much like with it’s sibling, Banana Nut Bread, I can live off this from first cut to last crumb. It has veggies in it so …click to continue Zucchini Bread
This is yet another little gift that I cannot even call a recipe. But it may be something you never thought to do. And now that you know that it is a possibility, I hope you will try it. It certainly sounds a little odd to combine maple and coffee, to me. Not bad, …click to continue Coffee Maple Sundae
Gingerbread pancakes are easy, fast, and made with pantry staples. Molasses is a pantry staple for you, right?
So if you still have a little Christmas spirit left, but are lacking a grand plan, here is a great Christmas morning breakfast that you can have on the table in 15 minutes. Get out the …click to continue Gingerbread Pancakes
This cake is a community cake. A week ago, my friend Jon Rowley sent a big box of Gravenstein apples to Dallas for me. This is the second time he has performed this great and generous task on my behalf. The rest of that story is after this recipe. …click to continue Gravenstein Apples: Heirloom Apple Cake
Somehow the invention of Bisquick has led several generations, including to a large extent my own, to the conclusion that pancakes are a mysterious and magical food that cannot be made without a yellow box. I have said out loud to my family (in times past, I promise) “No, we cannot have pancakes because …click to continue Cottage Cheese Pancakes