Gifts of apples, zucchini and farm eggs lead to a moist bread good for passing the gift along!
A few years ago I was asked to judge a local apple cooking contest. The recipes were incredibly diverse and ranged from apple leather to apple pizza. But there was one recipe that stood out from all the rest: apple muffins. These were the lightest apple muffins I had ever tasted and they boasted a deep apple flavor along with a generous amount of diced sweet/tart apple.
Tomato season is in full swing. Finally. And this pasta “sauce” of baked Roma tomatoes is simply sensational.
Remember this recipe for your home canned cherries! If you don’t have access to a pie cherry tree, or they’re not available during their brief season at a local farmers’ market, you can make this tart with canned pie cherries.
I came up with this corn soufflé that really woke up my taste buds. I had taken my basic cheese soufflé recipe and added some briefly cooked fresh corn, red bell pepper, a little jalapeño, and garlic to the sauce base, and wham!—the birth of an instant favorite.
Food and Wine magazine voted Apricot Berry Crumble “Best of the Best” shortly after Baking in America was published. Here is the recipe!
Summer is the perfect time to make those BBQ burgers, hot dogs, steak sandwiches, etc. with some buns that do not come out of a plastic bag!
What a pie this American classic is. It’s got an Italian twist from the addition of a few crushed amaretti cookies.