OK, so we’ve all been trying to be good after the holidays. I get that. But there is only so long I can go without a sweets fix such as this Walnut Streusel Coffeecake. Well, actually I’ve already tested a couple of new cookie recipes for the Holiday season 2013! I know, we have hardly . . . → Read More: Walnut Streusel Coffeecake
We are a country that loves sausage, whether for breakfast, lunch or dinner. This version features turkey which reduces the fat content to practically nothing. However, turkey meat, especially all white meat can be dry. I would like to have half dark meat, half white turkey meat, but have found only white meat. So in . . . → Read More: Turkey Sausage
Coffeecakes have always had a special place in our baking repertoire. A rich, quick to make treat for breakfast or snacking, these often have a crumb topping or frosting and are usually leavened with baking powder and/or baking soda for a quick rise. Eaten warm or room temperature, coffeecakes are always a treat.
While this . . . → Read More: Raspberry Ripple Coffeecake
Please see the February 24, 2011 blog for how to photos.
When I was recently in Chicago, my family took me to Heaven on Seven for a holiday get together with some friends. I’d heard about this restaurant for years – especially from my son Dirk – who loves it. In fact, I was given their . . . → Read More: Heavenly French Toast with Blueberry Compote