Some friends of ours have a pear tree that just overwhelms them with abundance on an annual basis. I am always happy to take as many pears off their hands as they’ll give me. This year, that turned into two laundry baskets full of pears. I am always on the search for real food canning recipes – that cut out the processed sugar that is used as a preservative in anything using fruit. I was thrilled to find this recipe.Pin It
My grandfather had an ice cream maker that sat in a wooden tub and churned out the most amazing tasting, sweet and creamy concoction ever known to man’s mouth. We would wait and wait for summer time, then beg him constantly to make some ice cream. I have been on a search for a recipe like his ever since I got my first ice cream maker. This one comes mighty close. Just a few ingredients – I used honey instead of sugar – and you’ll have “the” ice cream that your kids and grand kids will beg you to make.Pin It
I felt so very honored to be asked to participate in the Real Food Face-Off hosted by Katie at Kitchen Stewardship. Below are my complete answers to all 20 questions — and A CHALLENGE FOR YOU!
This is the Whole Wheat Oatmeal Honey Bread that I make for my family for our daily use. It’s slightly sweet and light and the honey helps absorb and retain moisture, so it keeps these loaves fresh and moist. I love honey. I love cooking with honey in all extremes. I mean – how can you not love baklava? But in a less in-your-face nature’s sweet goodness, I love this bread recipe.Pin It