Category Archive: Bread

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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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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What did the Ancient Israelites Eat?

Each week I chat with Matt Swaim on the Sonrise Morning Show. This week their pledge drive is going on, so if you can contribute either monetarily or with a prayer, I hope you do so. We talked today about what people of Bible days ate in the area of the world where Jesus was born. …

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Get your hot cross buns here

I may be jinxing myself, but I think we’ve finally transitioned into spring. The last few days have convinced me, and in our little patch of woods, I’m seeing true harbingers: watercress in our spring-fed pool and trilliums, bloodroot, anemones and spring beauties all poking up through the leaves. The dandelions and wild onions are …

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Three Ultimate Soda Bread Recipes

My most popular Soda Bread Soda bread is one of the things that makes me think of St. Patrick’s day, but I love a warm homemade soda bread recipe any time of year. So, why do they call it soda bread? Soda bread is a simple bread recipe that uses baking soda to provide leavening instead of …

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Mom’s Making Donuts!

“Mom’s making donuts!” That’s what my kids used to shout when they saw a tray of homemade donuts raising on the kitchen counter. Did you know that over 10 billion donuts are sold each year? That’s a pretty impressive amount. But, bakery donuts are not budget friendly. And sometimes they contain ingredients you can’t even …

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Fatoush Salad with Herbed Pita

  Each week I chat with Matt Swaim on the Sonrise Morning Show, Sacred Heart Radio, about Bible foods and herbs. Today we talked about bread. BREAD John 6:11: Loaves and fishes: 5000 people were fed with only 5 barley loaves with leftovers. Just as thousands were filled with just five loaves, Jesus feeds us …

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You asked for the recipe: BonBonerie’s raisin scones

  Part of what I do for you is seek out recipes you’ve asked for. Sometimes they’re heirloom recipes you want to recreate, sometimes they’re recipes I’ve shared which you’ve misplaced. Often, like Cincinnati’s BonBonerie’s famous scones, are treats you’ve enjoyed at restaurants. Sharon Butler, co-owner of this lovely and popular O’Bryonville café, graciously shared …

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Kentucky Hot Brown from Brown Hotel

Kentucky Hot Brown wins first place for Derby Day   If there ever was a sandwich recipe contest for Derby Day, the Kentucky Hot Brown would win by far more than a “photo finish”. The Louisville Kentucky hot brown was first served at the Brown Hotel, in Louisville, Ky., in the 1930’s. It’s a famous …

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Ancient Grains: Everything Old is New Again

Ancient Grains - Quinoa Timbale

Ancient Grains I’m amazed at the number of recipes that call for ancient grains in the latest magazines, blogs and newspapers. And I love how many of these ancient grains show ups as “new” in the local grocery store. Wonderful grains that are becoming more readily available – not just at health food stores any …

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