A nice little Fall treat to accompany your afternoon coffees and breakfast alike – comes together in no time, no special equipment needed!Continue reading “Pumpkin cupcakes with cream cheese frosting”
A perfect recipe for the Fall when you have way too many apples and way too much applesauce! Can also be made with pears/pear sauce for a twist. The chai spice (recipe below) is a nice change of pace from the typical pie spice that’s floating in the air – try it in place of pie spice or pumpkin pie spice in Fall/Winter baking for variety, or add it to your latte!Continue reading “Chai-spiced Applesauce cupcakes with cream cheese frosting”
A quick, easy and wholesome breakfast muffin, that can be easily adaptable for more wholesomeness (sub 1/2 cup of the flour mixture with whole wheat flour) or decadence (add 1/2 cup of chopped bittersweet or semisweet chocolate along with the walnuts), depending on the kind of week you are having!Continue reading “Pear Walnut Muffins”
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A few weeks ago, we drove up couple hours north of San Francisco to check out some new places, early-Spring scenery and eat some oysters. We came back inspired, relaxed, and rejuvenated, already drawing up the schedule for a summer visit.
We went all the way north up to Cazadero and drove our way back south, visiting Tomales Bay, Inverness, Pierce Point (hello Elks!), Point Reyes, Bolinas and Stinson Beach, taking in the beautiful pastures, crisp air and grazing cows, as Northern California showed itself off preparing for an early Spring.
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You can’t let February pass by without making something with blood oranges! Although this recipe can be made with any type of orange, or a combination of oranges, the blood orange makes it truly gorgeous: contrasting well in color and flavor with a meaty mild, white fish, such as cod, sole or sea bass.