If you read my Thanksgiving post you might have seen this delicious cake. It is one that I had wanted to try for a while but hadn’t had the chance. So when Keltin needed something sweet or savory for his company Thanksgiving potluck I knew what I needed to make. Good thing I did too
Tag: Fall Cooking
Happy Thanksgiving followers! If you don’t celebrate Thanksgiving I hope that your Thursday is fantastic. I am currently at my grandparent’s house cooking up a storm with my Nana. I have been baking all week both for family and for work Thanksgiving potlucks. Checkout this Bourbon-Pecan Upside-Down Cake! Seriously delicious. I hope that today is
I love cooking in cast iron. My dad cooks in it a lot and I grew up learning how. Today’s recipe is a modified version of one that I found in a cast iron cook book. This is probably one of my favorite fall recipes, just perfect for cold weather. Hearty and savory. Note: I
I have been out of town recently on some pretty awesome adventures that I can’t wait to share with all of you. So I haven’t had time to cook up a new recipe this week. Instead I’m going to share something to warm you right up on a cool fall day: Lavender Hot Chocolate. This
Fall means more baking and this is one of my favorite recipes. I was given this recipe by my great-great aunt when she still lived at home. When she got older and was moved to an assisted living I made sure to always try and bring her a loaf of this bread or a loaf
Its fall and fall weather leading to winter calls for warm soups and stews that heat you down to your toes. Many of those recipes call for broth to give flavor, so why not make your own? This recipe is great because it is made from vegetable scraps. Directions: As you cook and peel vegetables
Oh yes it is that time of year when the pumpkin spiced food comes out of hiding. Now, I’m not a fan of the Pumpkin Spiced Latte but I love me some Pumpkin Bread. In fact, Keltin and I have gone through a loaf and a half in a week. Ingredients: 15 Oz. Pumpkin Puree
My adventure making Tiramisu!
Try cooking something a little different this fall.