These delicious doughnut mini muffins taste like cinnamon sugar doughnut holes. The secret ingredient is nutmeg. What’s even better is that they are quick and easy to make.
While in Paris, you can choose from among a plethora of restaurants and bistros for a meal. However, if all you want is a quick bite when you’re out exploring or shopping, you have several options. You can go to a small prêt à emporter or boulangerie where you can grab a Sandwich Jambon et Fromage (a.k.a. ham and…
The Mardi Gras King Cake of New Orleans comes in a number of styles. The most traditional style is a ring of twisted cinnamon roll dough topped with icing. Then, it is decorated with purple, green, and gold sugar or sprinkles. As an added treat, the King Cake may be filled with cream cheese. Whatever the…
The other day, I came across a recipe for a cheese-type cracker that I thought would be interesting to try. Rather than try that recipe, however, I decided to try Dorie Greenspan’s Cheez-it-ish Cracker recipe from Around My French Table.
The original Morning Glory Muffins were created in 1978 by Chef Pam McKinstry. The recipe was first published in Gourmet Magazine in 1981. Ten years later, it was chosen as one the magazine’s 25 favorite recipes from the past 50 years.
After making the Nutella Snowflake Bread, Susan and I thought that it would be fun to do a variation, using a cinnamon and sugar filling instead of Nutella. The result was amazing!
Nutella Snowflake Bread is easy to make, impressive to look at, and delicious to eat. When Susan and I were in Paris, we attended a bread making class at “Cook’n with Class.” One of the breads that we made was brioche, with several different variations. A variation was called “snowflake” bread with a chocolate filling.
Thin Crust Pizza is the ultimate in simplicity and taste. For the past several months, Susan and I have been experimenting with making pizza. We thought that we had discovered the perfect pizza crust until we tried America’s Test Kitchen Thin Crust Pizza.
One of my absolute favorite things to make is bread and rolls. The fact that one can add a little bit of salt and yeast to what I used as paste when I as a kid is totally captivating. I don’t think that there is a time when I don’t marvel at the magical powers…
Ever since I got my little bread machine, I’ve been experimenting and trying to perfect different breads. One success story is my french bread rolls! I make these incredible rolls at least once a week. The basis for the recipe that I use came from the King Arthur Flour site.