Sometimes you are in the mood for something a little different, and this Chunky Bacon & Apple Cheddar bread certainly fits that order. While this quickbread has apples in it, it is not a sweet bread, but rather a savory. A slice of this bread pairs perfectly with a pork roast instead of ordinary rolls.
There’s nothing like a classic German brotchen to warm your heart.
Swiss Onion Bread – soft bread swirled with caramelized onions and gooey Swiss cheese.
There’s nothing better than a warm loaf of bread, fresh from your oven. Homemade bread and a jar of homemade preserves make a great gift from your kitchen.
Simple and delicious French Bread, fresh from your oven.
Pumpkin Scones with Maple Glaze are my addition for the Fabulous Fall Food Festival today with the Sunday Supper team.
Delicious waffles infused with the flavor of coffee and chocolate. Mocha waffles are a delightful way to start your morning.
Apple season is just around the corner and here is a great way for you to enjoy them. I combined two of my favorite things – waffles and apple fritters to create these apple fritter waffles.
A while back a friend of mine asked me to come up with a recipe for Olive Garden’s Chicken Gnocchi soup. Well I have to confess, I have only been to an Olive Garden maybe twice in my whole life, and the last time was several years ago. And…I have never had their chicken gnocchi…
A moist buttermilk quick bread with cinnamon swirled through the center and crunchy cinnamon top. This is a quick bread but will remind you of a nice coffee cake.
This is a great bread to side with Italian-style dishes. You can use it for Stromboli, Garlic Bread, or whatever you like.
This week the Sunday Supper team is having a “Thankful Sunday.” Cinnamon Rolls have become a tradition in recent years in my house. I’ll make these early on Thanksgiving morning for the family to enjoy while we are busy in the kitchen getting everything else going our feast. This year, I am thankful for my…
A rich, chunky chili paired with classic skillet cornbread for a comforting supper any evening.
Today, the Sunday Supper is traveling around the world and bringing you global street food! When we lived in Germany, there were food trucks that you would see here and there that had some of the most amazing foods you could imagine. The ice cream truck with the super-creamy fresh, hazelnut ice cream, or the…
A few years ago, I shared my basic bread recipe on my old blog – back when we still lived in North Carolina. Man, was that a lifetime ago! Well, I thought I would share that post here. This is that original post from 2010. This is our family’s basic bread. It is the staple…
Homemade tortillas are not only simple to make, they are ridiculously delicious. Every time I make these, I have to ban the family from the kitchen because a plain tortilla will grow legs and leap into someone’s mouth…repeatedly…leaving none for the meal I am making!
Bacon cheddar bread is a moist and flavorful bread, sure to please the carni-carbivores in your family. Several years ago I began baking breads for my family. I started out with the typical bread machine, but discovered that the breads were often very dense, hard and not very good. Later, I discovered that you could…
A few years ago, when we moved to Alaska from North Carolina, I was very excited about the change. We had been stationed at Fort Bragg for 12 years and had grown to see it as home, but a new adventure was ahead of us. After all those years in one place, we were…
Homemade matzo is very simple to make. I make this each year for our Passover dinner.
This delicious bread is such a treat in our house. It is lightly sweet, soft and delicious. By the time I am done baking the second loaf, the first one is usually almost gone!
The perfect biscuits for breakfast!
I know, you are probably thinking “Ugly bread? UGLY?”
These simple and tasty Skillet Cheddar Biscuits have made an appearance in my kitchen 3 times in the past couple weeks. My husband loves them, and hides any leftovers from the kids…so he can have them with lunch the next day. Unfortunately for him, my tallest child knows where his hiding spot is.