Most muffins you buy are large and cake like. They are closer to a dessert than a snack or quick breakfast. I like smaller old fashioned muffins. However, some people don’t go for the healthy bran muffins or the like. Continue reading Oatmeal Haskap (Blueberry) Muffins
I have done a video of my New England Hot Dog Bun recipe that I previously posted. Check it out!
One of the best thing about food blogging is you meet talented cooks with their own blogs. That is how I found out about Big Rigs ‘n Lil’ Cookies. She has a fun site with great foods and interesting posts. Continue reading Whole Wheat Zucchini Muffins From Big Rigs ‘n Lil’ Cookies
Murphy’s law struck. Everything was going well for the meal I was making for friends. Then my oven stopped working. It was the Victoria Day long weekend here in Canada. Fortunately, the Louisiana Grills Pellet Smoker has good temperature control and I was able to make the Easy Focaccia I was planning on serving in the smoker. Continue reading Easy Sourdough Focaccia
It has started snowing again. I know I live in the mountains but give me a break. It is the end of March. Sigh, I need a treat, Sourdough Raisin Bagels. Continue reading Sourdough Raisin Bagels
I had a tweet asking me if I make croissants (Hi, Susan). I hadn’t made croissants in decades but now I wanted some! So, here is my blog post making Croissants. It may seem hard but if you follow along step by step, none of the procedures are difficult. Even I can do it. Continue reading Croissants
There are two kinds of Focaccia in my opinion. Light and bread like versus soft and chewy. Both have their charms and supporters. The last post I did of Focaccia is more of the bread type. This time, I decided to go for the one with more substance and made Garlic Focaccia. Continue reading Garlic Focaccia