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Happy St. Patrick’s Day!! I hope you have your corned beef slow cooking away preparing itself for tonight’s feast.
Another classic for this holiday is that fantastic Irish Soda Bread. My mother-in-law handed me half of a loaf of her infamous version of the recipe as we left her house this weekend. She loads hers up with not only raisins but caraway seeds!
If you have a surplus of Irish Soda Bread, I have a solution. Here’s a way to … Read more...
Chrissy proclaimed this a breakfast dip and I’d have to agree with her, it is basically a dip. While I intended it to be eaten with a fork, we definitely did some damage on a baguette while enjoying it straight out of the baking dish.
The bread’s perfectly toasty crust and soft, warm center paired with garlicky greens and runny egg was flawless. Originally I had said this serves four but on second thought, it’s just for two.
I am SO excited to share this with you! I have a totally new level of banana bread love going on now; I was a fool for thinking it couldn’t get any better, because it just did.
I can’t hold it in any longer. This banana bread recipe has to be the healthiest sweet bread out there. This recipe doesn’t employ the evil profile of butter or fatty oils (some are good, don’t get me wrong), but instead … Read more...
Not only had I yet to use my brand new loaf pan but I’ve also been dying to make pumpkin bread. I finally had the time last weekend and after brainstorming a variety of flavor combinations for the recipe, I came up with this one. Maple and pumpkin, a match made in heaven.
It’s always awkward timing when I think of recipes and flavor combinations. Sometimes it’s right before I fall asleep and I roll over to half-asleep Chris … Read more...