I never give my mother enough credit for her signature recipes. She is absolutely the apple pie expert. I didn’t realize it though until I made my first ever apple pie 35 years ago. It was extremely difficult to get the dough just right, flexible yet flaky. So, this time when I made Mom’s apple ∞
I have been asked to share a recipe at the next Sustainable Snack Club event. The “Doing Well Together” Group is dedicated to bringing awareness to eating well for the health of the environment while eating sustainable plant-based options. Please stop by for a fun and informative event! I will be sharing a recipe demo ∞
Most ginger cookie recipes call for powdered ground ginger. I wanted to use fresh ginger in my recipe because fresh is always best when it comes to flavor. I have been wanting to try egg substitutes in my recipes and this time I substituted a flax-seed egg for the real egg. The flegg has half ∞
Let’s enjoy the bounty of Autumn and all of its winter squash recipes. Squash by itself can be quite bland and tasteless, let’s face it. Enjoying a vegan/dairy-free meal will always be frowned upon. “But why didn’t you use any meat in this recipe,” is a common question we face. Well, quite honestly, this tasty ∞
Those convenient tote bags of apples are easy to grab, pay and go. Unfortunately, more than once, when you get to the bottom of the bag, that’s when you find the apples that no one would ever buy if they were out on the produce bin. Since you will have to cut off all of ∞
Fabulous dairy-free frosted cookies for dessert or anytime.
This year, our pear tree provided an abundant harvest! These pears are completely organic, we never sprayed the tree, and some are ugly but taste fantastic. I am using them all in recipes and eating them just as they are. These Baked Pears are a great accompaniment to your morning yogurt or after dinner for ∞