Maple Glazed Pumpkin Scones

For years, I worked as a morning baker. Making muffins and scones and countless other pastries late at night and early into the morning. I can’t remember if I ever made these particular scones, although I’m certain I made some variation of pumpkin scone back then. This one, is particularly tasty and I think you’llContinue reading “Maple Glazed Pumpkin Scones”

Making Blackberry Jelly

The other day I got all dressed up to go Blackberry picking at Barden Family Orchards in Scituate, Rhode Island. It was great. There weren’t many people out picking and it made for a great socially distant activity. Blackberry picking is 50 percent picking and 50 percent eating blackberries until you get sick (literally) ofContinue reading “Making Blackberry Jelly”

Cinnamon Blueberry Coffee Cake

My favorite coffee cakes have a layer of streusel baked right into the cake. A sweet caramel-y surprise, and this coffee cake is no exception! I needed to use some more of those blueberries I picked the other day and this was a great use! Cinnamon Blueberry Coffee Cake1 – 1/2 cups all purpose flour1Continue reading “Cinnamon Blueberry Coffee Cake”

Making Lasagna from scratch

Lasagna is a labor of love. It can be as simple or as intricate as you like, but lasagna is always something that shows someone you care. At least I think of it that way. The first step to making the lasagna is making the sauce. I have been lucky enough to have successfully grownContinue reading “Making Lasagna from scratch”

Making Applesauce

I think the first time I ever saw anyone even reference making applesauce, I must have been 7 or 8, was in a show called Little Bear. Little Bear and his friend Emily were playing as her grandma made applesauce, they had to keep busy while it cooled down. It’s so funny, but all theseContinue reading “Making Applesauce”