Category Archives: food
When I went to Wilson’s Farm the other day they were highlighting the Cortland apples. They are by far my favorite cooking apples. I love them in pie. They’re what I always use. When I saw a huge table of … Continue reading
When I was growing up my mother always talked about the meals my grandmother made. They always included fresh vegetables, tender well cooked meat, fancy potatoes, some sort of bread and a mouthwatering dessert. By the time I came along … Continue reading
Would you believe we finally made a trip to Kimball’s for ice cream. We made one trip when they first opened in the spring and expected to go back once the Covid stuff was under control. Yeah, that’s not happening. … Continue reading
Our temperatures have turned cooler and my urge to bake is returning. This morning I felt like muffins but I didn’t want anything super sweet. I made Southern Biscuit Muffins. They’re very plain but buttery. We’ve had them for breakfast … Continue reading
I’ve been trying to go grocery every two weeks. This works out fine for everything except bread. As we approach the last few days before shopping again whatever bread we have is dry and ready to mold. Today I decided … Continue reading
Even though the temperature was in the 90’s yesterday I was in the mood to bake. First I made some English Muffin bread using this recipe. I’ve used this recipe, which actually comes from the Kitchenaid mixer cookbook, for years. … Continue reading
When I went to the grocery store two plus weeks ago I bought a pint of heavy cream thinking I would make whipped cream to go with strawberries I intended to buy at the farm stand. Sadly I only bought … Continue reading
I have the best neighbor. Not only is she a knitter, she bakes too! The other day she appeared on my doorstep with a key lime pie. Conveniently I had some whipped cream in the refrigerator. It was absolutely delicious. … Continue reading
Fresh local strawberries and whipped cream. Delicious!
But I do have cookies. And they’re really good. How about the recipe. I’ll talk about knitting tomorrow.