We don’t have many raspberries bushes in our yard but I usually get enough berries to make a couple batches of jam from the berries that are not gobbled up while picking. Continue reading
Category Archives: Breakfast
The melty butter, the soaked-in maple syrup. These buttery buttermilk pancakes are posted in honour of the Calgary Stampede, in its 101 year. Continue reading
Green is sure easy on the eyes. My grandmother Frankie said this many years ago when we were standing above a kitchen sink window admiring the young spring buds on the trees. Continue reading
Got buttermik? After making this Cheddar Buttermilk Quick Bread, this question won’t be in my vocabulary anymore. Buttermilk will be a regular staple. I like adding it to baking and its creamy tang brings a richness to this bread.
I do so much canning in the summer and fall and enjoy reaping the rewards of my hard work that I start to miss it again by January, Continue reading
My sister-in-law made these waffles for Christmas brunch, using a recipe from The Mennonite Treasury of Recipes cookbook. Continue reading