What a lovely cookie to make with Blood Orange or any kind of marmalade or jam. Fun to make and even more fun to eat!
My Dad loves pies. I have vivid memories of going to Dupars in the Valley with my Dad when I was a little kid and ordering pie with him. He has hysterical stories that he tells about his
One of the many reasons I look forward to Thanksgiving is the cranberry sauce. I love making it and I love eating it. For years I have been on the hunt for a perfect cooked sauce (I have a
It is Thanksgiving 2016. Even in this insane year there is much to be thankful for. Keeping it simple, let’s be thankful that Ellen discovered this Crunch-top Apple Pie who knows how many
This tart is the best thing ever. Dan knows it. Everyone who eats it knows it. He makes it every time he comes to visit us (Dan is Mimi’s husband. Mimi is Alan’s best cousin.) In addition
I told my brother Phil that my ‘book group’ was coming over for dinner and that I was making baked apples for dessert. He didn’t think that was a very interesting dessert and made some
I have written about this tart crust before but every time I need it I have to search wildly on Batch-33. It seems to be hidden in a section on Satsuma plums. This is really probably the
I’ve been pretty curious about rhubarb for a couple of years but weirdly intimidated by it. It’s not an ingredient that either my mother or grandmother ever used when I was growing up.
I realize that Sue and I haven’t been making jam for very long but I think we have a knack. Is that conceited? Well Sue has a knack and I piggy-back off of her talent. The only thing is that