This old-fashioned favorite starts with an oatmeal crust followed by a cooked sour cream and raisin filling that ends with buttery crumbs gracing the top. Three-layers of irresistible decadence.
The start of apple season is marked by the beckoning aroma of apples saturating the market air causing my mind to conjure up images of pie. Where some see a tasty piece of juicy fruit to eat out of hand I imagine all the possible desserts that can be baked. I do it to every single piece of fruit to enter my house. Without fail…. [Read more]
Irish Soda Bread is a cinch to make and is a favorite in my house in the weeks leading up to St. Patrick’s Day! The soda in the name comes from the baking soda that is used as a leavener in a simple quickbread batter made from whole wheat and white flour, eggs, raisins, buttermilk and a touch of sugar. I love the rustic… [Read more]
Oh, humble bread pudding, where have you been all my life? It’s hard to believe this extraordinarily simple but incredibly tantalizing dessert has never been a part of my life! Not once do I remember it gracing my lips. Don’t you feel sad for me? I do. After being tempted by far too many bread pudding recipes spread from one end of the Internet to… [Read more]
Picture yourself in a forest. In the middle of nowhere. In a clearing with tall trees all around and random rays of sunlight shining through. You’re part of a small audience sitting before a large wooden table covered with all sorts of rustic looking tarts, breads and salads made with wild plants and herbs foraged from the forest. It’s a cooking class. And now it’s… [Read more]