A very light pumpkin pie that is cooked on the stove rather than in the oven.
These are Realist Pancakes; they don’t think you have fancy ingredients or more than a few minutes to cook in the moring. They are interesting, but they won’t freak out your picky kids, or collapse if you over-mix them a tiny bit. These pancakes are your friends. You’ll make them and say, “Oh, that was good.” and then go on and have a life.
Rich-but-not-dense chocolate cupcakes and a fool-proof chocolate buttercream. Suitable for nearly any occasion, including really wanting a chocolate cupcake.
Chewy, awesome, whole wheat oatmeal cookies.
Just 'cause they're bran doesn't mean they aren't sort of incredibly delicious.
A French classic — though they use cherries — that's quick to prepare and great for dessert or breakfast.
as good as roasted Brussels sprout, with bonus meatiness, plus a bright and nutty finish.
only the best chocolate chip cookies I've ever made.
These little corn cakes are super easy to make and make a great base for all sorts of toppings.
tender pork, simmered in a light tomatillo sauce.
soft but crunchy, rich and tangy
Because I like being able to say things like, "Can you please fetch the triticale from the cupboard, Dear?"
a banana bread you can feel better about (as you eat half the loaf before it even cools).
Not a simple recipe, but quite worth the effort, if you've got the time.
nom, nom, nom
Not exactly a traditional biscotti – but tremendously tasty in your morning (and afternoon, and evening) coffee.
My grandmother’s recipe. I like it on waffles, biscuits, and ice cream.
jam-filled peanut butter cookies. very popular with the wee ones.
This dish isn't exactly efficient as it requires three different cooking vessels - but darned tast
cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg, and lots of fresh black pepper give these little cookies quite a zing
a "grown-up" filled fig cookie
a very pretty summer scone
a light, fresh summer soup