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Strawberry Rhubarb Piece of Pie Parfait

Apr 14, 2015
Strawberry Rhubarb Piece of Pie Parfait

strawberry Rhubarb Piece of Pie Parfait, top sideThe thing about pies are that they usually take at least an hour to bake. To cut down on the time, and a bit on the calories, I’ve been enjoying a deconstructed “taste” of pie by making the filling and crust separately. Strawberry...

Sweet and Sour Cabbage with Bacon

Mar 16, 2015
Sweet and Sour Cabbage with Bacon

Pot of Sweet and Sour Cabbage with Bacon, close upHere’s something to hit that sweet and sour craving. My csa boxes have been filled with cabbages for many months now, and this easy recipe I came up with has become an addicting favorite. Equally good with red or green cabbages....

Charred Kale Sticky Rice Dumplings

Feb 19, 2015
Charred Kale Sticky Rice Dumplings

Charred kale sticky rice dumpling, close upKale dumplings! Weekly question for the past several months after looking in my CSA produce box: What should I do with all this kale? I’ve tinkered off and on with making a gluten free dumpling, but never very successfully– until I made these. The flater leaf lacinato...

Frosted Lemon Shortbread Cookies

Feb 10, 2015
Frosted Lemon Shortbread Cookies

Frosted Lemon Shortbread cookies 2Here’s a little something to brighten up a humdrum day. Choose a cookie shape that brings a smile to your face. I added a few white sprinkles to sort of represent a paper cupcake liner. Mmm… fresh lemon frosting~ These are not plain cookies– must have...

Rotisserie Chicken Noodle Soup

Jan 23, 2015
Rotisserie Chicken Noodle Soup

Chicken Vegetable Soup, top side viewThe flu season is definitely in full swing all over the country. It knocked me out for the past few weeks, and chicken noodle soup seemed to be mostly what I wanted to eat. When you’re not feeling so well though, and you want to...

Happy Holidays!

Dec 27, 2014
Happy Holidays!

Cami, with her own tiered tray of peanut butter biscuits~ Wishing you peace and joy this holiday season!

Hawaiian Sweet Bread Ice Cream Bombe

Dec 8, 2014
Hawaiian Sweet Bread Ice Cream Bombe

Hawaiian Sweet Bread Ice Cream Bombe, top side viewI was thinking about British Christmas Puddings one day recently, when I got the idea of making a Christmas Ice Cream Bombe instead. To make it extra easy and yummy, I used King’s Hawaiian Sweet Round Bread. Like so many households in Hawaii, these rounds...

The Great Dickens Christmas Fair (Part 3): Tasty Bites

Nov 28, 2014
The Great Dickens Christmas Fair (Part 3): Tasty Bites

Racks of Meat PiesThere are so many food choices at the Dicken’s Fair, but I had kept reading about how wonderful these little pies were. How tempting they all looked stacked up on the racks. Hmm, what should I get? Steak and Mushroom Pie! Mmmm!!! The crust on top is...

The Great Dicken’s Christmas Fair (Part 2): Pretty Things to See and Do

Nov 28, 2014
The Great Dicken’s Christmas Fair (Part 2): Pretty Things to See and Do

Floral headbands and headwreathsBeautiful Fairy Houses and Gnome Homes by Whispers From the Past~ There are so many interesting things to see at the Dicken’s Fair. One Yelp review said that it really takes four days to see everything, and I think with all the entertainments and performances scheduled, that...

The Great Dickens Christmas Fair (Part 1): Characters Abound

Nov 27, 2014
The Great Dickens Christmas Fair (Part 1): Characters Abound

Making tea sandwiches in Dicken's kitchenEbenezer Scrooge scowling at Bob Crachit in the opening tableau~ Happy Thanksgiving everyone! After seeing posters for the Great Dickens Christmas Fair for years, I was finally able to attend it this past Sunday. I thought I’d share some cheerful holiday photos from merry old...

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