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Fall Garden Focaccia

Fall Garden Focaccia

My Master Gardener neighbor Kim keeps me aiming higher, both in my vegetable gardening skills AND in baking.  This past rainy day Kim got creative and I have to share what she and other over-achiever bakers are doing, creating beautiful still-life scenes on your Focaccia. Photos provided by Kim Smith Focaccia is an Italian bread […]

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Fall Baking Must Include Apple Pie!

Fall Baking Must Include Apple Pie!

The crisp breeze of autumn has arrived, bringing with it the much anticipated fall harvest! My adult children informed they’ve been picking apples in Vermont, signaling that it’s that magical time of the year to roll up my sleeves and dive headfirst into baking delicious apple pie, apple galette, or crostata and crisps. So I […]

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Stocking Your Fall Baking Pantry: Must-Have Ingredients for Baked Goods

Stocking Your Fall Baking Pantry: Must-Have Ingredients for Baked Goods

Fall is a very rewarding season for bakers. The air turns crisp, leaves change color, and the aroma of freshly baked goods fills kitchens across the country. Whether you’re an experienced baker or just getting started, having the right ingredients on hand is key to successful fall baking. We’ve outlined several essential ingredients you might […]

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In the Kitchen with Black Walnuts: America’s Indigenous Baking Nut

In the Kitchen with Black Walnuts: America’s Indigenous Baking Nut

Black walnuts, are a superfood native to the U.S. and one of the very few wild harvested foods commercially available today.  For centuries Native Americans used the nut meats as a food source and the husks for medicine and dyes.  Even today nothing is wasted!  The shells are ground into an eco-friendly abrasive. Baking with […]

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