Baking

Time to Make Fruitcake

Filed in Baking, Real Food by on November 18, 2017 2 Comments
Time to Make Fruitcake

Are you a fruitcake hater? You will change your tune with these recipes! Fruitcake is a delight. Or maybe I should say homemade fruitcake is a delight. After all, what’s not to like? Cake – Good Nuts – Good Dried Fruit – Good Candied Fruit – Here’s where we run into trouble. Some purchased candied […]

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All About Kamut

Filed in Baking, Real Food, Uncategorized by on April 28, 2015 1 Comment
All About Kamut

I have been baking with Kamut® flour for quite a few years now, and often get the question, “what is Kamut®?” Many people, especially those outside of the Northwest, have never heard of it. It’s a fair question, but let’s back up a bit first. What is Khorasan Wheat? Khorasan is an ancient wheat variety. […]

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Friday Round-Up: Easter Breads

Filed in Baking, Real Food by on March 27, 2015 0 Comments
Friday Round-Up: Easter Breads

If you spend very long on this site it becomes obvious that I like to bake bread. There’s something very primal about baking. It’s like a compulsion to follow in the footsteps of my ancestral grandmothers by baking bread. Celebration breads are are big part of this compulsion. There’s pumpkin and cranberry breads at Thanksgiving, […]

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Cream Puffs with Rose Petal-Mascarpone Filling

Filed in Baking, Recipes From the Garden by on June 14, 2013 0 Comments
Cream Puffs with Rose Petal-Mascarpone Filling

The rose petal jam recipe from the other day was so unusual, I was inspired to find other ways to use the jam. My first thought was cream puffs. Not sure why as I am not really a dessert cook. But I pictured light cream puffs like my mother used to make filled with a […]

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