Having a Sourdough Starter is kind of like having another child. You can name it. You have to watch it, feed it, and give it water. It makes lots of gas. But unlike a child, the Starter doesn't sit at the top of the stairs screaming at you because you let Daddy tuck it in … Continue reading Sourdough English Muffins
This is not a food blog, for a number of reasons. First, I lack that kind of organization. I don’t actually follow recipes closely enough (usually) to share them in logical steps, or if I do, they are someone else’s recipes. Second, I take lousy photographs. But I do love to cook. I bake for … Continue reading Muffins on Monday
We have now returned to Ordinary Time. For those of you unfamiliar with the Catholic Liturgical Calendar, Ordinary Time refers to all that time in which priests root for the Packers. (I mean, wear green and gold.) Actually it means we’re not really doing anything special (Christmas, Easter, Pentecost) or preparing for anything special (Advent) … Continue reading Ordinary Time
When I started bringing home the groceries on Monday and Doc saw the bottles of bubbly, white flour, and bags of brown sugar he asked, quite seriously, “Are we even gonna make it to Thanksgiving?” I am cooking this year. Because I have five gallons of sourdough starter and company coming who loves her cinnamon … Continue reading Thanksgiving: The Final Countdown
This Monday I am pleased to introduce Mary Catherine Awesome. She totally made those corn muffins like forty-seven seconds before that picture was taken but her food is so delicious that it disappears like she’s baking at Hogwarts. Mary Catherine is basically June Cleaver. Except PG-13. This actual human woman cooks an actual edible dinner […] … Continue reading Because when someone says something nice about you…you share it!