Celebrating Oatmeal Muffin Day

It’s December and that means I get more than my average number of “baking urges.” There’s something therapeutic about baking cookies, cakes, and muffins. This goes way back to my childhood. The first recipe I ever learned – and memorized – was for sugar cookies. I could barely see over the kitchen counters but I

Create a Bouquet Garni for Great Flavor

Occasionally I’ll hear from a reader asking for a chart showing the correct use for herbs and spices. This makes me chuckle. If only they could see me when I make soup. Sure I read the recipe, but I don’t let that squelch my creativity. The flavorings called for in the list of ingredients are

Quick Tips for a Flavorful Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving dinner is the big event in every cook’s year. The gathering of the clan over a meal that takes days to plan and hours to make is exciting – but also stressful. If the prospect of cooking yet another feast makes you feel less than thankful, perhaps it’s time to spice things up a

 

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