Category Archives: Breads

Jalapeño Cornbread


Crispy, yet moist. A delicious accompaniment to soup or Sunday supper. Continue reading

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Aunt Pauline’s Dillie Bread


This is a great bread recipe passed down from my mother’s Aunt Pauline. She lived in an era where most bread was made at home. My mother used to make creamed chip beef gravy to serve over toasted slices of … Continue reading

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Three Bean Soup


Don has been traveling for business this week, so I haven’t made very elaborate meals. On Sunday we had a sweet potato casserole (I’ll put the recipe up another time). Monday and Tuesday nights, I played the “single girl” and … Continue reading

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Scrumptious Banana Bread


The other day I volunteered to take food to a young Harrisonburg Quaker couple who just had a new baby. In addition to bringing a supper meal, I decided to also make banana bread. I had some bananas in my … Continue reading

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Baked Doughnuts from Feast for the Eyes


These sound delicious. I don’t think I’d use whole wheat flour. It has too strong a flavor. If you want to try gluten free, maybe garbanzo bean flour. It’s pretty mild. http://foodiewife-kitchen.blogspot.com/2011/01/king-arthur-flour-and-baked-doughnuts.html

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More Football Food: Cincinnati Vegetarian Chili


Football season is a good time for Chili. When it’s cold, a good hearty chili can really warm you up. The weatherman is predicting a couple of inches of snow here tonight, so I decided to make Cincinnati Vegetarian Chili. … Continue reading

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Don’s English Muffins


These are deliciously crusty English muffins that can be used for Eggs Benedict, eaten with butter and jam or used to make small sandwiches. Don found the basic recipe years ago in Joy of Cooking. Over the years he has … Continue reading

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Crusty French Rolls


Don and I have been looking for a good “hard roll” recipe for years. He recently found this one, and it was amazing. We had it for Thanksgiving dinner. He told me it was very easy to make, too!   … Continue reading

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Clean-Out-The-Refrigerator Soup


On Friday I looked in the refrigerator and decided several of the vegetables needed to be cooked and eaten, or they would soon spoil. So I took some organic chicken italian sausages out of the freezer and decided to make … Continue reading

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Banana Bread


This is my all-time favorite Banana Bread recipe. I adapted it from a Zucchini Cake. I like that it is very moist and not too sweet. Banana Bread Makes 2 loaves 3 eggs 1 c. canola oil 1 c. sugar … Continue reading

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