We’re making cereal bars that are no-bake, wholesome, and easy to pack. They’re the kind of bars that you can take on a road trip, hike, cross country flight, or right at home. They hold together well (a key component in a travel friendly snack), and are just the right amount of sweet.
Not quite dessert, but not boring health bar either.
Besides its special pink color – thanks to a tiny bit of roasted beets, not enough to taste them :), this hummus is topped with a savory, 5 minute skillet granola that has 3 different kinds of seeds, oats, and dried tart cherries. A vibrant appetizer that is such a fun twist on regular hummus!
After starting my sourdough baking journey and feeling mostly confident in the vitality of my starter plus the resulting breads, it was time to experiment beyond the standard loaf. First it was bagels, then english muffins, and the latest – sourdough focaccia. Puffy and fluffy. Bubbly holes throughout. And a golden brown exterior that rose through the dimples left behind by pressing fingers into the dough, just before baking.
I can’t say “no” to a glass of pink. Lightly aromatic. Great on its own, or with food. Refreshing.
It’s a rosé state of mind, especially when it comes to brunch. Here are some ideas for recipes you can make, and specifically food to pair around Italian rosé wines.
This is the story of Bleu, the most special foster cat we’ve ever had, that I just couldn’t let go of. We adopted her a few months ago, and spent a significant portion of the winter getting her healthy. Now, she’s 11 months old and thriving. Included in this post is a video of how she’s come to be part of our family.