Monthly Archive: May 2018

Swirled Cinnamon Bread and Dutch Baby Pancakes for Mothers Day

Before I could make the recipes I’m sharing for cinnamon quick bread and Dutch baby pancakes, I had to wait until my “girls/chickens” laid eggs. They sure were taking their time laying today. But lay they did. Check out the photo of my bounty: blue, green, pink, brown eggs. Good job, girls! With mother’s day …

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Dulce de Leche Pan Bars THE Perfect Cinco de Mayo Treat

  Dulce de leche pan bars For Connie, who wanted an easy but yummy dessert for Cinco de Mayo. Ingredients 1-1/2 cups flour mixed with 1/4 teaspoon salt 1-1/2 cups oats 1 cup dark or light brown sugar, packed 8 oz. butter, softened a bit 1 cup English toffee bits 1 can, 13.4 oz. dulce …

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Chipotle Chicken Taco Salad Nice for Cinco de Mayo

CORIANDER/CILANTRO Coriander is referenced several times in the Old Testament. ”And the food became known as manna – meaning  “What is it? It was white like coriander seed and flat and tasted like honey bread.” Cilantro is such a popular herb and it comes from the Coriander seed. Are they used the same?   Cilantro is …

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Asparagus and Wild mushroom Bread Pudding – Oh Yeah!

Now if this isn’t serendipitous, I don’t know what is. I was weeding the asparagus patch and lamenting that it’s the middle of April and not 1 asparagus has poked through the soil. Ditto for wild morel mushrooms. Well, my neighbor Erin Phillips, who lives across the road, made a batch of asparagus and wild …

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Fried Kibbi a Staple on Sunday

Most Sundays I fry up a batch of kibbi just to nosh on – ground lamb, bulghur wheat,spices, onion, bell pepper (Mom used to call bell peppers “mangoes” – I guess it was a Cincinnati thing…). Grandson Will and son Jason came over to help till the gardens, work in the wood pile, etc.so the …

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