You didn’t think I would forget about those gluten free neighbors out there this Thanksgiving, did you? I am still testing out the gluten-free world of pie, but have discovered this full-flavored, perfectly flakey, gluten-free classic pumpkin pie that will rival a floured version any day. Continue reading “Gluten-Free Classic Pumpkin Pie”
Ihave been working to find my zen recently, and one practice I have taken away from my yoga sessions is that of gratitude. Thanksgiving reminds us to be grateful out loud. So what better way to express my gratitude for those in my life than with a Friendsgiving!? Nothing says thank you for being you like a heaping plate of homemade food, some booze, and a rustic apple tart. Continue reading “Rustic Apple Tart”
Who was the first person that decided putting marshmallows on a potato was a good idea? I wouldn’t mind having dinner with them. Well, curiosity got the best of me as it usually does so I decided to do some research. Like it or not, it is time for a history lesson as we dig into this recipe for sweet potato cupcakes with toasted marshmallow topping.
Whoa baby, she popped! This lovely little camera has been busy capturing moments that don’t involve eggs or baking (err, well… sort of). A family friend of ours has given birth to a beautiful and healthy baby boy! So in honor of his arrival it only seemed appropriate to bake up some delicious, seasonal cinnamon sugar pumpkin poppers. Continue reading “Cinnamon Sugar Pumpkin Poppers”
Oh autumn. Crisp air, wool scarves, steaming lattes, falling leaves. Or at least that is how it is supposed to be. As it goes on the Central Coast, we are still experiencing what we call an Indian summer. This means that as much as we will it to be fall around here with pick-your-own pumpkin patches and pop-up Halloween stores, it’s still stinking hot. Continue reading “Orange Mascarpone Marbled Pumpkin Bread”