Panettone Bread Pudding

Anyone who's been around this blog for a while knows I'm a huge fan of bread pudding. It might've even been my first dessert-love, especially the way my grandma made it — just a touch sweet, with meringue on top, served with evaporated milk poured over the top. (Because you cannot separate a … Continue reading

It’s So Easy Eating Greens

All of my bitching and moaning about the long winter and lack of stellar produce at the grocery store during said winter has given way to glittery unicorns and happy dances as the Ringwood Farmers' Market opened for its eighth season a couple of weekends ago. It's still early in the year, so the … Continue reading

The Christmas That Went All Pear-Shaped

Hi everyone, I hope you're enjoying the holidays! Do you have exciting plans for the new year, or perhaps for New Year's Eve? Because Gil and I are antisocial, we'll be dining at our favorite local-ish restaurant — Café Matisse — instead of going to a party. And because we're old and geeky, … Continue reading

A New Look + The Winter Market

It's done! Nearly eight years after starting this blog, I gave it a major design overhaul last week! And thank goodness; I just couldn't look at that raggedy old thing any longer. My lack of anything resembling technical knowledge kept me from tackling it for all those years, but I figured I'd give … Continue reading

Cup4Cup Week: The Biscuits

While pie-baking has long vexed me, biscuits only began to do so when I went gluten-free. In my mind, biscuits are the true test of a gluten-free flour blend, because none I've tried to this point has given me an acceptable biscuit, much to my eternal Southern disappointment. No amount of cane … Continue reading