Category Archives: breads

Fig and Goat Cheese Crostini

Sweet figs with a hint of orange are thinly spread over a toasted baguette and topped with fresh goat cheese and a sprinkle of chives or green onions in this, my newest “go-to” appy. I’ve made this one several times … Continue reading

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Mushroom Vegetable Cornbread

Who else gets to reap the benefits of local foraging without having to leave the house? First I was the lucky recipient of chanterelles, then lobster, hedgehog and cauliflower mushrooms. This week I was given some mushrooms I’ve never tried … Continue reading

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Tropical Banana Bread with Coconut and Lime Glaze

  Hang on to summer a while longer with this tropical twist on banana bread. The bananas in this loaf make it really sweet and the rum makes it moist! It freezes well. Ingredients 2 cups all-purpose flour 3/4 teaspoon baking soda … Continue reading

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Pecan-Topped Pumpkin Bread

Moments ago I was standing on top of my kitchen island, fastidiously wiping the tops of my pendant lights to remove every trace of fruit flies I could find. Hubby watched with interest, I think, pointing out tiny spots on … Continue reading

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Gluten-Free Southern Skillet Cornbread

Get the butter . . . Adapted from Michael Smith, Chef at Home

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Rosemary Gruyere and Sea Salt Crisps

Here’s another good one from Smitten Kitchen’s new cookbook. ¬†Author Deb Perelman writes, “Dough can be made a day in advance. It will keep longer in the freezer. Baked crisps keep for up to 2 days at room temperature in … Continue reading

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Carrot Cake Scookins. Are they Scones, Cookies or Muffins?

Who cares? These were waiting for me when I arrived home from work, made by The One Who Loves Creating in the Kitchen as Much As I Do. They are a cross between a scone, a cookie and a muffin, … Continue reading

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