Last weekend, I bought my last basket of Ontario peaches from the farmer’s market. From here on out, things like pears, apples, figs, grapes, beets, pumpkins, carrots, squash, and potatoes make their seasonal debut. But first, I wanted to make
Have you ever mixed up a batch of pancake batter, (because they sounded so amazing 15 minutes earlier when you were in bed), only to find yourself in front of the stove, spatula in hand, thinking "I really don't have the patience for this?" For us, that scenario was this morning — so we turned to an idea from last year to help us out...
Beth Secrest once baked four to eight pies a day at the Northern Lights Saloon on the border of Glacier National Park. Now she puts her baking expertise to use at home, where she created this dressed-up apple pie.
This is a wonderful fruity mulled apple drink that will warm you inside and out. The recipe from my friend Betty B. who serves it every year at her annual Christmas party. It is one of my children's favorite Christmas traditions.