There’s something about this meal (or maybe it’s my photos of this meal) that screams ‘70’s to me. (Which is a little weird since I wasn’t even born yet in the ‘70’s, but I think I’m remembering episodes of The Brady Brunch, which I used to watch like it was my job when I was growing up…I was convinced I was Jan and my younger sister was a combo of both Marcia and Cindy, lol.) (more…)
Posts Tagged ‘Maple’
Can I let you in on a little secret? I’m not really sure how I feel about buckwheat. (Probably not the best way to sell you on these scones, but I have to keep it real, right?) This was the first time I baked with it, and actually, the first time I’ve knowingly had it (other than in soba noodles, which I do enjoy). Buckwheat is so healthy, I wanted to like it, really I did. But it’s just so…I don’t know…grassy, maybe?
Truth be told, cardboard-y is probably a better word. (more…)
Holiday mornings are always special in my family, and every year we try to come up with new festive dishes to serve at brunch. This pudding (which is really a porridge…but pudding sounds a little more indulgent, don’t you think? And what are holidays for, if not indulgence ;) ) is the perfect thing to wake up to on a snowy holiday morning; it features pumpkin and maple, and is thickened with semolina. (more…)