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Category Archives: Breads
This biscuit-style Drop Shortcake recipe makes the lightest, fluffiest, melt-in-your-mouth shortcake; topped with berries, macerated in Limoncello (lemon-flavored liqueur) and Chambord (black raspberry liqueur) Chantilly Cream, it’s like floating on a cloud of summer.
This recipe for Whey Bread is a great use for the byproduct of cheese making (whey), and since I just made Feta and have started the six-month process of making bleu cheese, I had a lot of whey. Not making cheese? … Continue reading
This recipe for Irish Soda Bread is just one of the many forms taken by this simple quick bread seen across Ireland. In Ulster, the wholemeal (or whole-wheat) form is sweetened and called Wheaten Bread.
I have gone crackers for this week’s Meatless Monday…as in Multi-Seed Herb Crackers. You won’t believe how easy and tasty this simple homemade cracker recipe is to prepare.
This baked Black Bean Empanadas recipe is simple to prepare (yes, even the pastry dough) and ever so delicious! Flaky baked crust surrounds a combination of black beans, corn, sweet bell pepper, salsa, green chilies, onion and spices. Perfect for … Continue reading
I have taken an old-fashioned recipe for Date-Nut Bread and given it a few new twists. This simple quick bread is delicious, and classically served with cream cheese you can’t go wrong for breakfast, brunch and snacking.
This super-easy twist on the classic Sausage Cheese Ball recipe is made using a can of refrigerated crescent dinner rolls. They are unbelievably moist, tender, spicy, cheesy, goodness; perfect for holiday entertaining and snacking, you’d better make a double batch … Continue reading
This recipe for Cranberry and Brie Oat Quinoa and Pecan Crackers is just awesome for the holidays! It is simple to prepare, and they have just the right touch of sweet, grainy, nuttiness that will leave you wanting more! I … Continue reading
These biscuit-style roll are the simplest things to make. Ever. Plus, I have given you two different ways to make them. Simple and simpler. They make a fabulous homemade bread addition to your holiday table; people will never know they … Continue reading