Slivers of orange peel add both sweetness ad bitterness to marinades and sauces for savory dishes. Brush glaze on lightly to avoid flare-ups over the fire.
Cornmeal adds crunch and sweetness to these waffles. Serve waffles with butter and maple syrup for a satisfying breakfast.
Apples are a beloved autumn crop. Not only are apples a wonderfully nutritious food, but picking apples is a marvelous way to enjoy a crisp autumn afternoon. We appreciate the full palette of flavors that apples provide, ranging from wonderfully winsome to all types of delicious tartness.
French toast gets filled with raspberries and ricotta cheese for a decadent morning treat.
This recipe is really a giant, slightly sweetened, lightly spiced Yorkshire pudding and I love it for weekend breakfasts or as part of a long Sunday brunch. Children will love it and of course you can fill it with all sorts of seasonal fruit and berries or even a delicious compote. To get a lovely rise on the Dutch baby make sure that the pan and melted butter are really nice and hot before you pour in your batter. Try not to open the oven as it bakes.
Because sometimes ketchup & mustard just aren’t enough.
I often will order good old fish & chips when I go out for a quick dinner. The classic English takeout food isn’t elegant, but sinfully delicious. It takes some time to make, as you’ll need to cook in small batches. Fish that can be used are: Dogfish, Blackfish, Catfish, Cod, Haddock, Pacific Pollock, Halibut, or Wolfish.
These Mini Pinwheel Cinnamon Rolls are perfect to make ahead and serve on Christmas morning.
Sometimes you just need a light dessert after a weekend dinner. You can garnish with fruit and whipped cream if you want to.
Sticky and saucy chicken thighs are a delicious weekend meal. You can also use chicken breasts, but just cook them a bit longer, about 6 minutes per side.