I love listening to Kelly Corrigan’s podcast. For the last while she has a short post each Sunday morning entitled “Thanks for Being Here” in which she reads a tribute submitted about someone’s loved one. I’m sure that was part of the swirl that prompted me to process my Uncle’s illness and death in thisContinue reading “Thanks for Being Here: Uncle Dan”
Our go to breakfast…
Delicious use of pumpkin puree to bring the flavors of fall to a classic bakery treat
“Fall will fix everything,” my daughter wrote on the burlap banner that hangs above our doorway. We are willing that to be true– or to at least trying to find ways to enjoy the many things our family loves about autumn. I know we’re rushing it a bit (a few more weeks on the calendarContinue reading “Pear Custard Pie”
This delicious treat is great for a breakfast, brunch or dessert!
Fun and delicious variation on pizza!
The past few weeks have been a battle of the “shoulds.” I’m experiencing the cultural pressure to be productive, to launch some creative project, to lose ten pounds, to mother with color-coded charts, theme days, crafts, and made-from-scratch meals, and above all to be grateful.
This (simple!) swirl technique takes the presentation to the next level,
This dessert bread wasn’t quite ready for a mid-morning coffee break, but it was a delicious addition to our lunch menu.
Because Sundays in Lent are feast days this indulgent and delicious pull apart bread fit the bill!