I know it is not really a risotto – OK, so it is really a rice pudding but uses many of the same techniques as risotto to get that over the top creamy texture. Rice pudding is a perfect winter … Continue reading
We love this chewy cookie. We used both kinds of raisins in this batch but have made them with only dark ones and with only golden ones. Make sure to not over bake to keep the wonderful chewy texture. Soaking … Continue reading
Tapicoa pudding has always been a favorite. It’s pudding with texture! My earliest memory of tapioca (as we called it, forget the pudding) was when I was 6. My parents had left the 6 of us in the capable hands … Continue reading
One spring day I made personal puddings for our guests, as a part of our afternoon Innkeepers Reception. I found these cute little 2 ounce dessert cups at Ikea, and they are so versatile and fun to use. The Oreo … Continue reading
Egg Custard goes back as far as my memory does. It is one of those comfort foods of childhood though I have realized as an adult that it is really a Lancaster County thing. That is really too bad! It … Continue reading
Summer is definitely upon us, and many of us across the country are wilting. Need a pick up at the end of the day or a way to liven up a barbecue. Try a Gin and Tonic Popsicle!
July and August… Hot, humid, and crazy busy, at least here in the Mid Atlantic. The farm stands are overflowing with fresh produce and my roots draw me to freezing and canning like a salmon swimming upstream. Werner says I just … Continue reading
These are the best cookies I have ever tasted! This recipe is by Yellow Bliss Road.
I love what I consider to be my ‘go to’ recipes. They turn out every time and are always a hit with the guests. This one freezes beautifully, is bright and colorful and full of flavor. Prepare for the baking … Continue reading
This is a perfect recipe for springtime! Light, creamy and blueberries are plentiful right now. This recipe from “Lick the Bowl Clean” is one of the most favorite on our dessert buffet that we serve at the Inn every night … Continue reading