Fascinating how much your photography can change in just 1.5 years. Way back in December of 2008 I blogged about a delicious recipe I had concocted: Fruit on the Bottom Baked Oatmeal. Here was my original header photo:
I was so proud that captured this image early on a Winter morning.
All of this to say, go and see my guest post on the Tasty Kitchen blog: Fruit on the Bottom Baked Oatmeal.
Hello! I’m still here…just…very…busy. August always seems to become that way. I have a lovely Grandma’s Cooking School post planned (apple strudel), but until I have the time to get it up, allow me to offer you some lovely quick breads from the archives.
Honey Pecan Pear Bread
Banana Nut Bread
Banana Poppyseed Bread
Have a lovely weekend!
Have I told you about this cobbler? It is wonderful. Easy, fast, delicious. My dad likes it better than blueberry pie. The first time we made it he said, “You need to USE this recipe.” And so we have.
The construction of the topping was new to me: Cut the butter into the dry ingredients, then add boiling water. The result is a tender, tasty topping. And it’s so much easier than pie dough.
Delicious shortbread cookies topped with mocha butter, bittersweet chocolate, and pecans. To get the recipe, check out my guest post over at the Tasty Kitchen Blog.
Chocolate. Cheesecake. Two of my favorite desserts. Here they are combined in a rich, elegant, flourless cake.
This cake bakes up easily and keeps well in the refrigerator or freezer. Perfect for surprise guests! And the flavor – oh, the flavor! Deep, dark chocolate and tangy cream cheese. Scrumptious.