There’s something about a cool weekend morning that makes me want to whip up a warm breakfast. I almost want to recreate a restaurant-style brunch on my own porch, with fresh fruit and endless cups of hot coffee. Can you smell the fresh brew and sweet
Written by Kim Maes
I love Texas sheet cakes but I’m just not crazy about the presentation. Usually they are baked in a jelly roll pan or lasagna dish. It’s not like they look bad but I just thought they could look better. Thus, my
I can’t think of summer without thinking of blueberries. I’m not much of a berry eater – those seeds get in my teeth and drive me crazy. But I love blueberries! I love blueberries folded into just about
Many people with celiac disease are also unable to eat dairy. Here’s a cheat sheet so you can easily find alternatives for common dairy ingredients. This list is also helpful for vegans, or for those who are cooking for people with various food allergies or preferences.
Do you remember “impossible pies”? They are pies that form their own crusts while baking made with Bisquick mix, eggs, milk and such – sometimes sweet and sometimes savory; more like a casserole than a pie. They were quite in vogue several years back – in fact I think my grandmother must have had at least 100 different “impossible pie” recipes.
It is no secret that I love Mexican food and I decided to make up my own gluten free version of an impossible pie except