Sweet Endings

Double Chocolate Butternut Squash Brownies

Double Chocolate Butternut Squash Brownies

2 by / on March 5, 2013, 8:23 pm / in Farm Home Cooking, Sweet Endings

I found one more butternut squash in the root cellar, and after getting a good bit of positive feedback on the Butternut Squares (and Very Little on my Chicken Poop Tea!), I thought I’d see if I could get you to put squash in your brownies…  These are Really Good.  The squash makes them uber moist without a lot of […]

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Butternut Squares

Butternut Squares

8 by / on February 20, 2013, 1:16 pm / in Farm Home Cooking, Sweet Endings

We’re getting near the end of our Butternut squash supply for the year and since it’s one of my favorite winter squashes I’m featuring it in one more recipe.  I made this for the recent gathering of local farmers where I learned about Buxton Feed in Banks (I just love saying that!).  Besides, Allison said I should include recipes with […]

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Classic Shortbread Cookies

Classic Shortbread Cookies

3 by / on February 13, 2013, 2:40 pm / in Celebrations, Farm Home Cooking, Sweet Endings

Mostly I avoid Valentine’s Day hoopla.  Or rather, I avoid buying the store-bought version of Valentine’s Day hoopla.  Celebrate I do… This year Mark and I are using this day for lovers as an excuse to buy each other a hanging produce scale for the Fern Creek Market.  We’ve been trying to win a bid on a vintage scale on […]

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Hot Fudge Pudding Cake

Hot Fudge Pudding Cake

0 by / on January 28, 2013, 9:58 pm / in Farm Home Cooking, Sweet Endings

This pudding cake recipe is perhaps the best thing I got out of my Naylor Junior High days.  The most enduring thing for sure.  7th grade.  My worst year.  Ever.  If memory serves me right, something akin to this recipe came from my Home Economics class.  I’ve revised it over the years, adding the optional peanut butter and more water. […]

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Peach Cobbler for Two

Peach Cobbler for Two

2 by / on January 14, 2013, 1:48 pm / in Farm Home Cooking, Sweet Endings

Two peach trees live in the upper garden. We are struggling to keep them alive.  Organic peach trees, it turns out, are kinda hard to keep alive in Oregon. One is our trees is an Alberta, and the other a four-in-one variety, though we don’t know all the varieties, except that they were ready last July and are the sweetest, […]

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