We are at the beginning of zucchini season, and already we’ve sautéed, roasted and eaten summer squash raw. Such a deliciously versatile vegetable! Which also explains why I succumbed to the perennial temptation to turn the big zucchini in my fridge into sweet, moist bread. Traditional zucchini breads use a lot of oil and sugar. I decrease those and add […]Read more ›
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About 30 years ago Jeree Clark served this coffee cake at a gathering of women from my church. My tattered, splattered recipe, written in a handwriting I recognize as my own from those early years, says it came from Jeree’s mother. I’ve made it several times a year ever since, usually on request from someone who has had it before. […]Read more ›
Whole wheat flour, honey, nuts and seeds generally find their way into our hearty breads. All those seeds remind me of the Good Seed bread of Dave’s Killer Bread, which is a great choice if you can’t make your own, and/or don’t have a good local bakery down the street. Dave’s story is worth reading by the way, which you can […]Read more ›
This Indian Naan comes from Manjula’s kitchen, who brings us as close as we can get to authentic Indian food from our own kitchens. The link takes you to a demo of Manjula making naan. I served it tonight with a Lentil Curry Soup, but you can eat naan with any Indian meal, or simply by itself. It’s delicious! You […]Read more ›