Clafoutis! Ohhh lala.
It sounds so French! It sounds so fancy!! It sounds… so…
But that couldn’t be farther from the truth. Well, except the French part. It is most definitely French.
It’s also stupid simple to make. Continue reading Maple Berry Breakfast Clafoutis
It just wouldn’t be Christmas time without cookies. Right?!
Thanksgiving : Pie :: Christmas : Cookies!
And that will be the last time I use an SAT problem format to reference food. Sorry about that guys. Continue reading Pignoli Cookies
“When you die, if you get a choice between going to regular heaven or pie heaven, choose pie heaven. It might be a trick, but if it’s not, mmmmmmm, boy.” – Jack Handey, Saturday Night Live.
I am a pie person. Let it be known.
I come from a family of pie people, and hopefully one day I’ll get to go to pie heaven. Continue reading Grandma’s Apple Pie
Baby, it’s cold outside.
Entirely too cold for my liking.
I’m a warm weather kinda gal, and if you visit this blog frequently you probably already know that. Temperatures have been dancing around the freezing mark for the past few days and I think that is just too cold for November… Or, well, ever!
But unusually cold weather makes for a good excuse to cozy up at home and make a nice big batch of warm, crispy waffles.
Mmmm… Waffles. As if you need an excuse. Continue reading Waffles with Maple Brown Butter
It’s official: I no longer have a kitchen.
I know, man. It’s a lot to wrap my head around.
Last week, I woke up dreaming about this beautiful French tomato tart that I had made a few years ago. You guys dream about food, too, don’t you?
It had a crispy, buttery crust, tangy Dijon mustard, perfectly ripe tomatoes, and big rounds of creamy goat cheese – that to the unknowing eye looked a little more like seared scallops than cheese (oops, sorry Chaser). Continue reading French Tomato Tart