You may have noticed that, the last few weeks, I’ve been on a total fall kick. But fall food isn’t limited to pumpkin! So this week, I decided to spotlight two other quintessential fall flavours, cranberry and apple spice. Continue reading →
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 often at a loss when it comes to dealing with the scraps in my pantry and refrigerator. Handfuls of ingredients, left over from long completed baking projects. Never enough to repeat the recipe, always too much to just throw away… These odds and ends usually make their way into some sort of hodgepodge recipe, with results ranging anywhere from delicious to disastrous. Luck was on my side, this time.