Chocolate meringue cookies are a delicious gluten-free treat! They’re crispy and nutty and a perfect addition to any cookie tray.Read More
This delicious ginger cake with the warm spices of ginger, molasses and honey is topped with a molasses glaze. It’s the perfect fall dessert.Read More
Pumpkin cheesecake bars with graham cracker and pecan crust and creamy pumpkin spice filling are a delicious fall dessert. They can easily be made gluten free!Read More
Lox and bagels are my family’s favorite breakfast for special occasions. We have lox and bagels for Sunday brunch, birthdays, and even Christmas breakfast. Since the popularity of the charcuterie board, I thought a lox board would the perfect way to showcase all the components of a lox brunch spread. First of all, I won’t call it…Read More
Ok, it’s not really fall yet, but September always just feels like fall to me, even if it isn’t technically for a few more weeks. School’s started, football has begun, and soon warm summer picnics will be replaced by brisk autumn tailgating parties.
Savory Sausage, Apple-Sage hand pies are easy to make, easy to serve, and don’t involve utensils or a plate, which makes them perfect for tailgating or picnics!Read More
Pumpkin cake is one of those recipes I pull out once or twice in the fall, and every time I do, I wonder why we don’t make pumpkin dishes year-round? This pumpkin cake recipe isn’t fancy. It’s a pretty easy cake, baked in a single layer, like an old-fashioned snack cake. The cream cheese frosting…Read More
Kibbeh is a traditional Middle Eastern dish made with ground lamb, bulgur wheat, pine nuts, and warm spices. You’ll find this popular dish in Lebanon, Palestine, Syria and Turkey. Each country’s recipe will vary. This recipe is one I learned over 40 years ago. My college boyfriend was from Pasadena, and when we were in…Read More