In my family dutch babies, were known as oven pancakes. They are baked at high heat in cast iron skillets (Pyrex pie pans work in a pinch), and have four ingredients: flour, milk, eggs, and butter. My recipe for this gluten free dutch apple baby, adds in an apple and cinnamon for a flaky, custardy […]
These baked veggie taquitos are an homage to my older brother Neal, and the dinners he ate as a kid. He would eat a plate of taquitos for dinner, (likely chicken, but I had no clue, being an extremely picky eater) and I have had a strange obsession with them ever since. I made and […]
As a lifelong vegetarian, I know the struggle with veggie burgers inside and out. Frozen store-bought patties are either cardboard, fried, or taste great but cause indigestion hours later. I have been making variations of these crunchy quinoa polenta veggie burgers for years now, and they are great for many reasons.
With the oven, stove, and overall kitchen in high demand this week, breakfast becomes somewhat of a pain. Not to mention that entertaining family can add a little extra stress. These banana breakfast muffins are you solution. Imagine baked oatmeal, but more nutritious, plus using muffin tins makes portioning easy. Let your overnight guests help […]
It is common knowledge that my mom is a force to be reckoned with in the kitchen. This morning over breakfast, my boyfriend asked me what she is known for. The two things that popped into my head were Applesauce Cake and soup. My mom is a soup maestro. Growing up, Mondays were soup nights. […]
“Hooray, it’s flu season!” said no one EVER. However, since the inevitable coughs, sniffles, shivers and flues are upon us, we may as well fight back. I take vitamin C everyday, but that doesn’t seem to be enough when I’m in a room full of hacking, sneezing bodies. Having already had a bought of a […]