I have never baked fresh bread just to get stale or make croutons but today I did just that to make Strata
Author: Alex Gardner
When Cheese Becomes a Meditation Practice
Although machines and other devices do make our time in the kitchen easier plus faster to the plate, the joys of doing things by hand are tangible but subtle.
Kabocha Saga part 4, Pumpkin Apple Sweet Potato Custard
I also had some leftover macerated apples and blanched sweet potatoes from the galette. The custard base with raw eggs needed to be cooked so everyone in the pot was the idea.
Try This Apple Sweet Potato Galette with Flaky Crust
I had some Granny Smith apples bought specifically for pie use and a sweet potato in the drawer so my mind was made up.
Better Pumpkin Pie with Sweet Potato
It is the Sunday after Thanksgiving and there is pumpkin pie to be made, or at least set up to make in the morning.
Isabel is Alive, She Survives to Rise Another Day
It has been 157 days since I started to culture Isabel and today I thought I’d lost her.
Organic Cruelty Free Politically Correct Pumpkin Soup
Thanksgiving was looming and there on a table was a beautiful 5.5 lb organic, heritage breed, spoon fed, politically correct kabocha squash. One could practically hear Tibetan Bells.
Chicken Fried Steak is a Tasty Treat
When I saw a package of thinly sliced top sirloin for almost half off, it practically jumped into my cart. Immediately I thought chicken fried steak.
If You have Never had a Knish, You Should
I grew up in a Jewish American home and was aware of knishes. Actually I was aware that my parents and brother ate them. I however hated onions and whatever they were added to.
I am Officially a Baker now
Since I am accepting money for baked goods, the term baker can be officially added to the various descriptions used to describe who/what I am.