Tag Archives: Baking

Rowe Pottery – Beautiful to Look at – Too Special to Sell – Puzzling in Some Ways – I Will Keep Them and Use Them –

We are doing a special kind of housecleaning where all things are examined and judged for usefulness or beauty or some quality that says an item should take up space in our home. These are part of a collection of Rowe Pottery. … Continue reading

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Irish Soda Bread with Candied Cherries – Steve Wants Fruitcake – We Both Like Fruitcake – This Is Not Fruitcake – This is Irish Soda Bread – I Looked at Recipes for Fruitcake – Seem Complicated – I May Do it – But I May Purchase One Instead – Until Then We Have Candied Cherries in Soda Bread –

This Irish Soda Bread is delightful to taste buds and attractive to the eyes. I served this on Saturday. I used the same recipe from simplyrecipes.com. Instead of 1 cup of raisins, I used 1/3 cup of raisins and 2/3 cups of … Continue reading

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I Hear that Biscuits Rise Higher Made with the Proper Tool – Yes – I Used the Rim of a Glass to Form My Biscuits – Making Biscuits First Class Very Soon – Ordering a Set of Biscuit Cutters Today –

  We went to Fry’s Grocery Store and to Target looking for biscuit cutters. Neither retailer carried this simple tool. Do most cooks do what I used to do? I used to buy canned biscuits and pop them in the oven. Now … Continue reading

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Biscuits Made with Gluten-Free Flour – Using J.P.’s Big Daddy Biscuits – A Recipe at Allrecipes.com – Delicious – Two Substitutions and a Change of Temperature Produced gluten-free Biscuits – Experiment – You’ll Be an Expert at Baking Gluten-free Biscuits Sooner than You Think –

Before discovering my sensitivity to wheat my way of making biscuits was to crack open a cylinder of biscuits from the refrigerated section of the grocery store, distribute them on a baking sheet, pop them in the oven, and pull them … Continue reading

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Zucchini Bread Recipe – Successful Substitution of Gluten-free All-purpose Flour for Wheat Flour – Excellent Recipe – Delicious Zucchini Bread –

Steve and I attend a weekly prayer meeting in the home of one of our friends. There are usually ten to twenty attendees. This week we took these two loaves of zucchini bread to the meeting to share with everyone. I … Continue reading

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My First Time to Bake with Gluten-Free Flour – Banana Bread with Unexpected Texture – But Delicious – What Do I Know about Gluten-Free Baking – Nada – But Learning –

I’ve baked banana breads multiple times in my lifetime with very few failures, if any. I went into this banana bread project expecting success, but here’s what happened. First: Substitutions. Cooks learn to use what they have on hand when possible. … Continue reading

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