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Baby in the Apple Cake

My sister made an apple cake for Mom’s 82nd birthday.
There was a baby in the apple cake.

The most surprising thing about the baby in the apple cake was that I never knew about the baby until now.   674 more words

Historical Nonfiction

Strawberry Upside Down Cake

When I was flipping the pages of Dorie Greenspan’s book “Baking from my home to yours” to try something new,  I found this recipe  of cranberry upside down cake. 533 more words


Chocolate Chocolate Chip Muffins

My kids were getting tired of waffles for breakfast on school mornings.  Really, really tired.  But they are so easy.  You make them on the weekend, freeze them, pop them in the toaster and serve with “breakfast meats” you reheated because the hubs made them the night before and BAM! 585 more words


A DIY Banquet of Global Proportions, $1 at a Time


I had to go back a second time to get the spelling from the lady handing out servings of her dish. She was standing at the Middle East table, sponsored by the Islamic Society of Joplin, part of the World Cuisine and Music Festival at Missouri Southern State University. 716 more words


Vegetable Barley Soup with the Taste of Little India for French Fridays with Dorie

We truly enjoy being a part of the online food blogging community. We love having the opportunity to share recipes, tips, tricks, family traditions and stories about food and drink. 316 more words


While The Husband's Away, This Duck Will Play

Certain things do not touch my husband’s dinner plate.

Raw oysters come to mind. Braised chicken.

And duck.

So when I bought a Moulard duck breast from a specialty food store last month, his duck-hating hackles fired up. 559 more words


Vietnamese Chicken Noodle Soup

We welcomed a baby girl into our family at the end of January. Since then, life has taken place during naps, sleeping more than 4 hours straight seems like heaven, and if I don’t have spit-up on my clothing I consider myself dressed for dinner. 523 more words