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I had some apples leftover from Christmas baking, and thought it would be nice to make a little something sweet to go with coffee at breakfast on New Year’s Day. Braided breads are relatively easy to put together, and you … Continue reading
Joe likes apple cake, so for our anniversary on Friday I broke out the springform pan and got busy! This is about the time of year when I start to experiment with cakes and pies for Thanksgiving – you could … Continue reading
Nothing says fall like the aroma of a giant bin of freshly picked apples!
Who says you don’t have time to bake? One bowl, one pan, twenty minutes – that’s about all it takes to whip up this apple cake. Plus, clean up’s a breeze! Given the sudden drop in temperature, this apple cake … Continue reading
I made this Apple Fritter Bread on Saturday afternoon as an incentive to drag myself out of bed at the crack of dawn on Sunday to hit up the grocery store before Eagles fans descended on it en masse to … Continue reading
It was cold and rainy on Saturday, and there’s no better excuse to turn on the oven and bake. If you have two lonely Granny Smith apples in your fruit bowl, you too could make this lovely loaf of apple … Continue reading
Galette, another word for “lazy man’s pie!” I had the dough stocked in the freezer, so the most taxing thing was peeling and slicing the apples. An hour in the oven, and we had a magnificent dessert to usher in fall!
On Sunday, the temperature dropped and I regretted storing my winter coat. The wind picked up, and I decided to stay put for the afternoon and whip up a batch of muffins. An apple studded, soft cake with a crunchy topping, perfect partner with … Continue reading
A blizzard gives you the opportunity to bake and catch up on your Netflix list, which is what I did over the weekend. And laundry, because there’s always laundry.