I ran into this recipe at Blissful Basil when I was looking for a vegan dessert to serve with a meal. (One of my relatives is vegan.) When I saw the pictures of it, I had to make it and I’m so glad I did! It’s a little more expensive than most pies, but it’s worth it. The recipe below is by Ashley Melillo and
Here’s a pancake recipe that’s truly decedent. Sometimes it’s hard to put into words how utterly fabulous something is, you just have to trust me when I say this is AMAZING! Cream cheese gives this pancake batter a rich flavor and the Nutella and strawberry’s pull the whole thing together to make an unforgettable breakfast! 5.0 from 1 reviews Nutella Filled Pancakes with Strawberry
As promised, this is the third recipe from the Historic Deerfield King Arthur Baking Competition. There were 3 prizes – my Candy Canes for Best Story, Barbara Keegan’s Date Bars for Most Creative Recipe and Lynne Dyer’s fabulous Peanut Cookies for Best Recipe. My theory is that these cookies won their prize because: They are moist (unlike many peanut cookies). They are LOADED with peanuts,
As Made by Margaret “Peggy” Flaherty Keegan, 1921-1966 A couple of weeks ago, the winners of the Historic Deerfield King Arthur Baking Competition were announced and I am proud to say I was one of them. I am in the process of posting the winning recipes and this is the second of three (the first was my very own Candy Cane Cookies). Barbara Keegan’s date
I won for “Best Story” in the King Arthur’s Heritage Baking Contest at Old Deerfield, MA!!! Thank you, thank you very much! I promised in my previous article – King Arthur Meets the Cheese Queen, to give you my recipe, so here it is along with my “award-winning” story: My Story I can’t believe I’m sharing this recipe! I have guarded it for over 20
My wife, Judi, and I live in Oxford, Pennsylvania which is an hour south of Philadelphia. Oxford is a small rural town, close to Lancaster, Pennsylvania and we have a number of Amish neighbors. Because of all the Amish farms, raw milk is readily available. Additionally, they sell homemade animal rennet, along with a few of the more common cultures. I’m also fortunate to have
I have a confession to make. I am one of those awful women who guards her recipes and no matter how much a friend might beg, I will not give it out. Ever. This is hard to admit and sad to say, but I just want to keep the glory for me, myself and I. There is one exception, however, that I have decided to
This wonderful recipe was submitted to us by Micaela Schilling of Concord, New Hampshire (and we’re very grateful). If you have a recipe you would like to share, please send it to email@example.com. Note: The recipe for Quark can be found at our website (along with over 100 others) – click here.