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Multigrain Buttermilk Pancakes

Obviously I have a bit of a sweet tooth lately, with carb-o-rific posts of cupcakes and ice cream. And I need more recipes to use up the buttermilk that only seems to come in large cartons. One day I will again post a recipe including some vegetables and meat, I promise. But for now, pancakes. […]

Soy Waffles with Raspberries

When Rourke and I decided to start a family, I was blissfully ignorant of the myriad of issues that could crop up during pregnancy. Sure, my organs would get a little squished to make room for a baby. But really, humans have been producing offspring for quite some time now. This is what we were […]

Chocolate Cinnamon Buttermilk Cupcakes

Or should I call them “chocolate and cassia cupcakes?” What I always thought of as cinnamon apparently is not as it seems. Why is food so tricky? Remember what I found out about currants? “Ceylon” or “true” cinnamon comes from the bark of the cinnamon tree, originated in Sri Lanka and is the type of […]

More Granola

I’ve always loved granola. Chewy granola bars, crunchy granola bars, the granola that’s used in yogurt parfaits — I’m an equal opportunity granola eater. While not exactly low calorie, the majority of the fat found in a nutty granola is unsaturated so you don’t have to feel too guilty about eating it. As with most […]

Blueberry Ginger Snap Ice Cream

It turns out that California and Texas have something in common other than historically belonging to Mexico. The residents of these two states have good taste… maybe not in fashion or political candidates, but at least when it comes to summertime dessert. Or maybe they just have more cows than anyone else. California and Texas […]

Baked Salmon with Dill and Butter

I confess that I generally prefer my salmon raw, with a dab of wasabi. Perhaps with a little droplet of soy sauce. This whole pregnancy thing, though, has put a major damper on my sushi habit so for the time being, cooked salmon it is. The origin of this recipe is a little weird — […]

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