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Glazed Apple Cinnamon and Buttermilk Scones

The first day of spring is two weeks, and I’m already wishing for Autumn. Yikes. Not that I don’t love the riot of flowers that arrives with spring, or the lazy, beach days of summer. 443 more words


Effective Cooking Tips & Tricks

The smell of a tantalizing aroma, wafting in from the kitchen, is an odor that many people enjoy. Preparing and consuming a healthy, well-cooked meal can be incredibly satisfying. 315 more words

Cooking Tips


She serenades your Venus;
Now a hemorrhaging tear in your canvas.

She lingers there among sastrugi,
Offering safety from your chaos.

Count sheep while she plays. 18 more words


jennis5309 reblogged this on Time to Find a Real Job and commented:

A man after my own uterus. :) The symbolism works very well in this poem in correlation to the serene tone of the painting.

Amish Bread Recipe

With all the snow that’s been falling, I had a chance to make some homemade bread. Truth be known, maybe I just wanted to punch some dough because we were all stranded in the house, again, with no end to it in sight. 377 more words

Lagana: Ash Monday's traditional bread

Ash Monday or Clean Monday, marks the beginning of Lent, a 7-week period of strict fasting, in preparation for Easter. During this time, the Greek Orthodox church prohibits the consumption of all animal products (meat, poultry, fish, dairy, eggs). 823 more words

Holiday Dishes

More Tales of Bread

I’ve been obsessed with making bread lately. Ever since I realized just how easy it was to make a sourdough starter, I’ve been constantly whipping up batches of naturally leavened bread (no literal whipping involved). 1,040 more words


My aunt's homemade pasta

Growing up in Italy, sunday lunches were a really important time for the family to get together and enjoy each other’s company and good food. For my aunt, this meant waking up early in the morning to prepare the food for lunch, and 9 times out of 10 it meant making fresh pasta from scratch. 558 more words