Zucchini Bread

Here is one final Summer recipe on which to close out the Summer. It’s a Summer classic – Zucchini Bread! I’d be hard pressed to find a quick bread that’s more quintessentially Summer then Zucchini Bread, and the zucchini bread recipe I posted a few years ago is ridiculously decrepit. Seriously, it’s awful. The recipe…

Pumpkin Spice Snickerdoodles

It seems like we’ve hit upon pumpkin-spice-everything season again. Although, technically Autumn has yet to arrive, there are those that await the season with twitching bodies full of anticipation for their latest pumpkin spice fix, and those that dread the dastardly orange grocery aisle takeover. Americans have STRONG opinions about pumpkin spice. I have to…

Sour Cream Coffee Cake

It has been awhile since I’ve posted anything sweet. August, somehow, flew by without any cookies, cakes, or pies. I’m sure it was to the benefit of my waist line, but the lack of sugar was completely unintentional. Here’s a recipe that’s sweet, but not dessert sweet, a breakfast favorite that’s simple and adaptable, and…

Fresh Dill Crispbread

More DILL! Last week it was dill pickles and dilly beans, this week I sandwiched fresh dill into my fennel crispbreads. I used my pasta machine to get these nice and thin, and I folded in the dill using the same method one would use for creating handkerchief pasta. I used my wild yeast starter…

Dill Pickles

I’m going to continue on with my latest trend of pickling garden produce, and introduce you to my Dill Pickle recipe. Hopefully, you’ll enjoy it as much as I do. Ingredients: fresh Cucumbers cut into rounds (enough to fill 2 pint jars or a quart) 4 thinly sliced Pearl Onions (or a 1/4 of a…

Dilly Beans

I’ve had a prolific crop of green beans this summer which means indulging in one of my favorite pickles – the Dilly Bean! One of the beauties of this recipe is that you can pull it together in as long as it takes you to boil your pickling solution, which for my is about 10…