I like muffins for breakfast. There, I’ve said it. They aren’t necessarily the healthiest breakfast in the world, particularly the sweet cake type, over sized muffins sold in coffee shops and supermarkets these days. These cheese muffins are savory muffins that are a nice size. The recipe is decades old. I don’t know where it came from. I only know I like it. Continue reading Cheese Muffins
I have been growing haskap berries for a few years now. They are a hardy berry that is tarter than blueberries but have a nice fruit taste in baking. They are already ripe even here in the mountains. So I continue to experiment with them. I varied a recipe from Rogers Flour to use haskap and here it is! Continue reading Rhubarb Haskap Cake
A friend sent me a back of organic buckwheat flour. Great friend! Now, what are you going to make. I like buckwheat pancakes but 100% buckwheat pancakes are a little strong flavoured. So I used buckwheat as a replacement for some of the flour and added huckleberries to kick up the sweet a little. If you don’t have huckleberries (poor you), you can substitute blueberries. Continue reading Huckleberry Buckwheat Pancakes
When I was young, a Daiquiri was rum, lime juice and sugar. Somehow, they have turned into a frozen Slurpee like concoction that is more like a dessert than a refreshing beverage. My friend invited me over and we returned to a simpler time. Continue reading Classic Daiquiri
I love spring and summer but the problem is there just isn’t enough time. I love:
- Working in the Garden.
- Taking walks.
- Chasing She Who Must Be Obeyed.
- Recovering on the deck after chasing She Who Must Be Obeyed.
Something has to give. For this meal, I went with a quick simple Spicy Grilled Chicken. Continue reading Spicy Quick Grilled Chicken