Browsing All posts tagged under »bread«

Apple Bacon Sandwiches

July 12, 2013


I know it’s still summer, but the other day I found myself wanting a taste of fall. In Michigan, apples are a quintessentially fall crop. I had some beautiful salad greens from last week’s CSA delivery, but I really wanted something heartier than a salad. It’s way too warm for soup, but a crunchy, savory, […]

Strawberry Banana Strata

July 3, 2013


I know. I know. It’s been awhile. Hopefully this recipe helps make up for that just a little. I had strawberries, I had bread, and I needed a breakfast that would be awesome but leave me with most of my morning to do other things. Enter the strata. All the prep work happens the night […]


February 28, 2012


Today was a busy and exciting day in the realm of food and gardening.  Tonight, after work and a quick stop at the gym, my husband and I enjoyed a very tasty homemade dinner.  We had raw vegetable soup and grilled cheese sandwiches on homemade whole wheat bread.  I don’t know what it is about […]

Sliced Bread

January 12, 2012


A few days ago I posted about my first experiment with Healthy Bread in Five Minutes a Day.  I mixed up the dough, let it rise, and then popped it in the fridge.  The next day, after it had been refrigerated for a full 24 hours, I pulled the dough out and made my first […]

Rising to the Occasion

January 9, 2012


It’s been a busy few weeks.  Between work, family, friends, and travel, I just haven’t had the time or energy to post.  Things are slowly starting to get back to normal.  It doesn’t really mean that life is any less busy, but a regular routine makes sneaking in a little blogging much easier.  Appropriately enough, […]

Raspberry Zucchini Bread

July 21, 2011


I have more zucchini than I know what to do with, and more came with Tuesday morning’s CSA pick-up.  Luckily, it also came with some lovely raspberries.  So what’s a girl to do but create a delicious new recipe that incorporates both? Preheat your oven to 375 degrees.  (Side note, double-check and make sure you […]