Recently, at our local farmer’s market, we noticed that one of the vendors was selling her blueberries in 10lbs cases for $20 each… I don’t know about you, but it seemed like a steal to us, so we bought some… Ok. Actually, we bought 2 cases… Now, incase you were curious, once they’re no longer in the box, 20lbs of blueberries is A LOT of blueberries… How did we use up those berries, you ask?
Applesauce cakes have been around for a long time. During WWI and WWII they were popular because they used less butter, sugar, and eggs than a typical cake. When WWII ended, women shifted away from the economical cakes of their mothers and began baking more indulgently. Personally, I think it’s time to embrace our grandmothers recipes again.
I’m going to be honest, I’m a little nervous. After my two year hiatus, I’m having to refamiliarize myself with the WordPress program, my food photography skills are rusty, and just in general, I feel like a rookie… I wonder if this is how Guy Lafleur felt when he came out of retirement… But enough of my bellyaching, I want to show you my tart!
Hello?… Is anybody here?… I’m home.
“Approach love and cooking with reckless abandon.”
– Dalai Lama
I hate drawn out good-byes, so I’d like to make this short and sweet…