Blueberry Muffins…et tu?

Summer in Massachusetts means berries (it means other things but this is a baking blog). Because strawberries aren’t great for casual baking (except for Strawberry Rhubarb pie, which is how all of this got started) it’s all about Blueberries.  Blueberry Muffins are so common that I wouldn’t blame you if you weren’t excited about them. Continue reading “Blueberry Muffins…et tu?”

2017 The Year in Food December – Family

I love making frittatas since they feel like baking more than cooking even though they really are a traditional breakfast cooked-dish.   I love bacon, cheese and sautéed onions (and if I have them, scallions, shallots, red peppers or yesterday’s asparagus or broccoli).  When people are staying at my house, I always make a 10-eggContinue reading “2017 The Year in Food December – Family”

2017 The Year in Food August – Scale

Gratefully, I have naturally started to get requests on a larger scale than previously. So instead of “Yeah, bring something” it’s more like “We’re having a party and…”   I have liked the challenge of trying to understand the audience and plan for meeting their needs for baked goods.   Sometimes there are requests (weddings,Continue reading “2017 The Year in Food August – Scale”

Hard Lemonade: The Best Tequila Drink for Non-Tequila Drinkers

#MARGARITAFAIL. If you’ve ever had the pressure-filled situation of having twenty limes, a bottle of good tequila and a group of assembled guests waiting for delicious margaritas to come out of your kitchen (or bar) then the post is for you. Because that’s happened to me. A lot.  And no matter what I do, IContinue reading “Hard Lemonade: The Best Tequila Drink for Non-Tequila Drinkers”