As I’ve mentioned before, Thanksgiving is my favorite food holiday. This is the holiday that I scour my favorite food magazines, scroll through my favorite food blogs and visit numerous websites looking for the perfect new recipe to take to our family get together. We, like so many other families, spend the night together Wednesday night so Thursday morning is literally wall to wall food from the moment we wake up till the moment we go to sleep that night. In years past, Carmi and I have shared some family favorites, exciting new side dishes as well as an entire series on using up those leftovers. This month we will be sharing some delicious breakfast options that don’t take a lot of time or effort but will still wow and impress your family Thanksgiving morning. Of course, if your family is staying for several days, these next few posts would also work perfectly for the weekend after turkey day.
Continue reading Thanksgiving Breakfast – Apple Cinnamon Breakfast Cobbler with Cinnamon Maple Whipped Cream
Last week, something happened that had never happened before. A bread recipe was created by computer algorithms. This computer program scanned the corners of the world to create a recipe that is a cross section of the most popular bread recipes from around the globe. The recipe was then refined by the famous Swedish baker Sébastien Boudet. The outcome: a moist and fascinating flatbread! This recipe is best prepared with the Ankarsrum Original Assistant, but also turns out nicely when prepared by hand. I was excited to give it a try for myself and can tell you it has become one of our favorite bread recipes!
Continue reading The Bread Of The World
*The giveaway portion of this post is over but you can still enjoy the recipe!*
Spring seems right around the corner here in North Georgia. One day will be sunny and warm and then a front moves in with chilly nights and drizzly rain.
It is the perfect weather for soup and bread which worked out perfectly when Emile Henry USA asked me to give their new Stock Pot (coming out this Spring) a try and asked if I thought it was possible to make bread in their Potato Pot.
I’ve always loved my Emile Henry Potato Pot for baking potatoes so I was anxious to give it a try for baking bread. I have to say, it worked beautifully!
Continue reading Potato Bread with Rustic Sausage & Potato Soup – Emile Henry Feature and GIVEAWAY!