Monthly Archives: March 2011

Soup with a Chance of Bread

Every once in a while a really good recipe comes along. Okay, you got me. Nearly every day a really good recipe comes along. This fabulous recipe comes adapted from The America’s Test Kitchen: Healthy Family Cookbook. This soup is … Continue reading

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Roll #10

Is there truly anything better than a homemade roll with butter on it? The warmth of the baked dough fills your nostrils with the fresh smelling yeast. When it hits your tongue it nearly melts on your mouth. And as … Continue reading

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Cookie Time

In an effort to have sweets, but in a healthy-ish manner I made sweet potato cookies. These cookies aren’t overly sweet, but have a chewy texture without believing that sweet potato is a main ingredient. When oats, coconut, sweet potato … Continue reading

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What Gives Me a Kick

Lately I’ve been on a salad kick. I crave salad. I want it to breakfast, lunch and dinner. The fresh greens, light vinaigrette, sweet bell peppers, avocado and carrots call to me. Eating salad isn’t unusual for me. I have … Continue reading

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Millet Muffins Remix

One of the most nerve-wracking moments of being a baker is having someone try the product. Today I brought millet muffins to share with my co-workers. In an effort to get people to visit me I sent out an email … Continue reading

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Orange juice + hummus = goodness?

There hasn’t seemed to be a reason to bake recently. Doug is on the mend after hip surgery, so I’ve had to hold down the fort here all on my own. My dinners have been reduced to egg sandwiches and … Continue reading

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My Favorite Rolls

Even though the calendar is marked spring, there is still snow on the ground and a chill in the air. Soups and hearty Sunday dinners can still be served. Oatmeal and hot chocolate have several months before the brutal heat … Continue reading

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