With no trace of meat, this Mince Pie with Homemade Mincemeat is the perfect introduction to the traditional English Christmas treat.
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Sweet apples and raisins combine with savory herbs and vegetables for a delicious fall wild rice stuffing.
This sweet and nutty, Moroccan chicken tajine does most of the work for you, and the smells filling your kitchen will be heavenly!
This Irish Soda Bread recipe produces a hearty biscuit-like loaf with a hint of raisin sweetness. Perfect for breakfast but also mild enough to pair well with a thick Irish stew.
Knowing something and actually putting it into practice can be two completely different monsters. In my last post, I wrote about setting realistic expectations for myself. It was something I knew I wanted to work on, but this past week the application smacked me square in the face.
I am not wonder woman. I’m sure you all would have easily mistaken me. Right? Actually, I think the real the problem is, I tend to mistake myself. I regularly give myself an impossibly long list of tasks to get done in a day, or morning, or hour, and then …
I’ve had my grandma’s bagel recipe for a couple of years now. I would see it every time I flipped through the baking section of my recipe binder and think, “I should really make that one of these days.” Truth be told, I was afraid of the bagel recipe. Make …
I’m back for month 2 of the Fresh From the Oven challenge! This month’s challenge comes from Dom at Belleau Kitchen. Dom challenged the FFTO crew to make Braided Challah Bread. Challah is the sweet, light and eggy bread traditionally served on the Friday night Sabbath. I discovered Challah …