I named these “Vaguely Lemon Gooey Chews” when I invented them in January, but have now perfected them to Definitely Lemon made for a visit with doctor and nurses. I sent most of the earlier batch to my mother, who asked for the recipe but will not be getting it as I have learned to … More New! Definitely Gooey Lemon Chews
Hah! Another post where the photos will tell most of the story. In the beginning, there was plain brown sugar and butter caramel beneath the simple Dutch Baby batter on a day when I didn’t have syrup and didn’t want lemon/powdered sugar or jam on top. Then I tried it with sliced pear and a … More Caramel and Fruit Upside-Down Dutch Baby Pancakes with Directions
Two boxes of fresh berries, some frozen raspberries and my recipe for deliciousness previously published*. Wow! This is my idea of berry shortcake Heaven with small scoop vanilla ice cream. When Washington peaches and nectarines come in this summer, well … *https://mschefinseattle.com/2021/12/29/better-lemon-glazed-raspberry-scones-with-my-recipe/
There were complaints, including mine, about the prior raspberry scone with lemon glaze drizzle so I decided to adapt my own biscuit/scone recipe with hope for better result. I got it, too. My neighbor says it’s not as puffy as store-bought scones or classic Irish scones, but I use the drop method rather than roll-and-cut … More Better Lemon-Glazed Raspberry Scones with My Recipe
We’ll be having this: Recipe is here: https://mschefinseattle.com/2019/06/06/chocolate-shortcake-with-nectarines-recipe/ Maria is definitely having a happy birthday. Her first published book, Crown Jewels, The Akasha Records, Book1 is #1 on Amazon in the category Alchemy, written for young adults and ordered by many adults including those taking her companion course “30 Days of Authenticity” on the Intention Inspired website. … More Happy Birthday to Best-Selling Author
Who doesn’t like apple wedges with peanut butter? This is a coffee cake version of that classic combo. Why? Mix-and-match is my middle name. There was leftover peanut butter frosting which I’d frozen a few days ago after making a batch of my Peanut Butter Wich* cookies for my mum’s birthday. Sunday cake. Formula 1 … More Leftover peanut butter frosting? Make Cinnamon Apple Coffee Cake
My mother’s 91st birthday is Monday the 6th. Since there’s “Independence Day Observed” today (Friday) and Saturday the 4th is Independence Day, I made special cookies* for her birthday and mailed them on Wednesday to make sure they’d arrive on time. Yesterday USPS sent me an “Alert” telling me that the package was being returned … More All’s well that ends well.
Summer fruits from Eastern Washington farms are arriving in Seattle stores and that means it’s time for a couple generations below to learn how to make cobbler. I suggested fresh peaches as the base today and emailed the recipe. (I hope the girls read it before we get on Skype, but one never knows. At … More In the virtual kitchen with juliyya: Fresh Peach Cobbler
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.
“Ooh, an emulsion! Tell me what happens when you whisk the oil and egg. I think it’s very exciting and it’s one of my favorite things to watch when I’m cooking or baking. You are making an emulsion. Watch it.” I said those things when the girls and I made coffee cakes in our separate … More In the virtual kitchen with juliyya: Coffee Cakes Galore