I like to cook and bake with what is in season. Right now peaches are starting to come out on the farm stands and in the grocery stores. Peach Cobbler is a favorite of my Mom’s so I had to bake this for her and bring it to her to enjoy. It’s a little extra special because it is an old Pennsylvania Dutch recipe, although Mom is not from Pennsylvania Dutch Country, she is from Pennsylvania. These flavors are just a little nostalgic for her. It is not overly sweet and the crust is like the best cookie you ever want to taste.
Do you know how easy it is to make homemade barbecue sauce? It is super simple. You can make a large amount and have it on hand for at least a week without freezing it. Or you can make it in small containers and freeze what you want and have some fresh on hand for whenever you need it. It keeps for a week in the refrigerator. I’m going to show you how easy it is.
Summer is hot! But you can still have some of your favorite foods without heating up the kitchen. Crock Pot Chicken Cacciatore is one of those foods, easy to prepare, delicious and no heat in the kitchen suits me just fine on one of our 90 degree days. Continue reading
Stuffed zucchini flowers are just one of summer’s treats! If you grow zucchini just take the flowers from the plant or if you don’t some specialty markets or farmer’s markets carry them. They are great just lightly fried or stuffed and fried or stuffed and baked as I have done. Continue reading
I love biscuits. I am always looking for new recipes to try. This recipe that I will give you are the easiest biscuits ever! There are 3 main ingredients, you basically measure, and stir together and drop them onto a baking sheet. These biscuits are soft and tender and buttery and I think they are actually less calories than other biscuits that I have tried. Continue reading