I’m not preparing rhubarb desserts anymore (I can’t have them) but since it’s growing all over the Pacific Northwest right now, I thought it might be useful to some new readers if I listed those I’ve made here with the recipes. Right off the bat, I recommend the rhubarb ice cream, the making of which … More Got rhubarb? Recipes, ideas in this blog.
A couple weeks ago I was gifted with a delicious fat slice of perfectly crusty, chewy no-knead bread made by the sisters with whom I’ve reported as being “In the kitchen with juliyya” and “In the virtual kitchen with juliyya” multiple times. Their uncle had recently taught them virtually via Skype how to make this … More Dutch Oven No-knead Stout Bread
I had to make another batch of sweet roll dough over the weekend for some walnut sticky buns so I decided to put a piece of Lindt’s dark chocolate chili bar, my favorite, in the middle of a few pieces of dough and make filled rolls. It didn’t leak! Spicy chocolate! Chocolate and bread are … More Chili Chocolate Filled Sweet Rolls
I saw the hashtag trending on Twitter and said to myself, “I’m on it” because I need a small loaf of this dough type for a requested ‘nother batch of Orange Bread Pudding* next week along with a walk this afternoon after the rolls come out of the oven. Two types today, both using the … More National Sticky Buns Day
A couple days ago I made some clementine cinnamon rolls* to share and a small loaf of the half white/half white-whole-wheat bread from the same dough to use for a pan of overnight French toast.** That was before I’d rediscovered and altered the orange goo recipe and this idea entered my baking thought-train. What if … More Orange Bread Pudding with instructions
I made an overnight-in-the-fridge yeast dough, half white and half white whole wheat, sneaking in the healthier flour for the first time with this recipe as an experiment. It worked. See that gooey goo? That was a mix of 1/2 cup fresh clementine juice, 1/2 cup granulated sugar and 1/4 cup salted butter cooked for … More Gooey Clementine Cinnamon Rolls
Saw the idea for this sandwich somewhere and Gruyere was $6.00 off per pound on Tuesday at Beecher’s so I said yep. I had already purchased a bag of yellow onions to caramelize in a big batch and freeze in small batches, so one onion was “sacrificed” for the sandwich today on rustic Seattle Sourdough … More Soup & Sandwich without the Soup: French Onion
A couple days ago one of my sweet gardening neighbors rang to ask if I would loan a couple muffin pans so she could make — for the first time! — a batch of gluten-free and dairy-free zucchini muffins for her friend’s birthday. She brought me one of the finished muffins, which had a lovely, … More It’s zucchini season in local gardens. 3 types of Garden Zucchini Muffins.
Pot lucks because that’s how the family does gatherings for every occasion. Everybody brings something, usually made by hand. Lots of salads and barbecue and desserts. My mother’s birthday in on July 6th, a Saturday this year and also on a day which is part of a lengthy holiday weekend so some folks may miss … More Mother’s 90th Birthday Party Potluck
There was a 6 ounce container of vanilla yogurt in the fridge staring at me and I decided that its best use would be an experiment. It turned out beautifully and looks just like the sour cream version* made last week and was gone in a flash. The recipe included in that post is changed … More Using Yogurt to Replace Sour Cream in the Coffee Cake