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At the stroke of midnight on September 1, it seemed that everyone (once again) started going crazy for pumpkin everything! You have pumpkin cereal, creamer, air freshener and even OREOS! Yes, I am one of the pumpkin spice lovers, too, so I’m as excited as most of the world.
Gail always makes us little treats whenever she can, so one of our favorites this time of year is her pumpkin-spiced dip with gingerbread cookies. …
Even though I am not Irish, for St. Patrick’s Day I try to make something Irish to go with this lucky day. My attempt to make soda bread was definitely an experience! We enjoyed it for dinner with cabbage and corned beef.
The tradition of this bread began mainly for poor people with the most basic of ingredients of flour, baking soda, soured milk, and salt. Before baking, a cross was cut on the top of the loaf …
Chris’s pumpkin pie fixin’s
Earlier this week, Erin talked about the cranberry-and-sherbert punch that her family makes every year for Thanksgiving. Here are some of the other traditions folks at the Ridge have for the holiday:
Sipping mimosas and watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
A few years ago, when my son and I were having Thanksgiving for just the two of us, I made my first pumpkin pie. I followed the recipe on the can, and Jackson …
I’m hitting the kitchen for Thanksgiving this year. While I’m not responsible for the entire meal, but I am contributing a favorite dish that my mom’s mother used to make: pineapple bread pudding.
The recipe actually comes from my mom’s sister-in-law, my Aunt Kevin, who—I’m told—brought the recipe with her to the family as part of her dowry. But for as far back as I can remember, it was my Grandma Cawley who served this up at special …
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Maybe it’s the cool, crisp air, but over the last week or so, I’ve been a baking queen! I’ve made an apple pie, s’mores pancakes & dip, delicious brownies, and apple bread pudding. Or it might be because October is National Bake & Decorate Month!
October is the perfect time to take a step back and enjoy the seasonal ingredients and flavors that only come around once a year (yes, I have …
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Having just wrapped up our very successful Second Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium, it got me thinking about what kind of food and nourishment the officers and soldiers had during the Civil War. Though most of the soldiers’ living and eating conditions were terribly rough and basic, many of the baked goods they commonly ate are surprisingly scrumptious.
Here is a recipe for a sweet treat that has been adapted for modern kitchens. Give …