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Guest Post by Raymund at Ang Sarap: Caprese Panzanella Recipe

Our guest today is Raymund at Ang Sarap (a Tagalog word for “It’s Delicious”) Raymund and I started blogging at the same time—really, within days of each other—and we have followed each other ever since those early days. As I remember, it was his gorgeous photos that first caught my eye and his ability to post almost […]

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Apple Walnut Bread [Sprouted Wheat] - Served and ready to eat!

Apple Walnut Bread [Sprouted Wheat]

  In our front yard is a commingled grouping of crab apple trees boasting fragrant pink and white blossoms each spring, which in turn feeds wildlife (and not so wild neighbors) in the fall. One side of the grouping is a Japanese Crabapple (pink blossoms) with small, dark red berry-shaped sour fruit, unfit for anything […]

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Sprouted Bagels - plated and served (1 of 1)

Parmesan Sprouted Wheat Bagels

Successfully making Parmesan Sprouted Whole Wheat Bagels inspired a happy dance at my house. A bona fide, get your hands up, twist and shout, tickled pink sort of dance in the middle of the kitchen. Why so giddy? Well, as any parent can attest, making healthy food choices is a great idea until you try […]

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Sprouted Rye Sandwich Buns - from the oven

Sprouted Light Rye Sandwich Buns

As soon as the Sprouted Wheat Burger Buns were pulled from the oven, plans for other flavors and seed toppings danced in my head (sometime this can be dangerous). Since I have always been a huge fan of rye bread, it seemed only fitting to make Light Rye Sandwich Buns for Reubens on St. Patrick’s […]

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Sprouted Wheat Burger Buns - Golden from the Oven

Sprouted Wheat Burger Buns

The thought of Sprouted Wheat Burger Buns might stir memories of disappointment, if not a solemn vow of, tried it, and not going to spend six dollars on hockey puck bread again, thank you. I disliked the sprouted buns we found in the store so much I gave up eating a bun with my burger all […]

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Sprouted Wheat French Bread - Cut (1 of 1)

Sprouted Wheat French Bread

When we decided to eliminate white flour from our diet years ago, a good French baguette was the one thing I missed most.  Bread with soup, bruschetta, crostinis with baked brie, homemade croutons, and garlic bread were all off the menu until I could find or make a better alternative. Converting from white to whole […]

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Corn Tortillas: Homemade Goodness

It does not get any easier than a recipe with only two ingredients.  Making fresh corn tortillas is a simple way to add new interest to familiar recipes.  The technique may take a little practice, but it is worth the learning curve when you sink your teeth into authenticity. The soft texture and sweet corn […]

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Bacon Irish Soda Bread (Soaked Method)

Test Kitchen Bonus: Bacon Irish Soad Bread

While preparing to tackle the Test Kitchen Tuesday recipes I stumbled across this recipe from The Nourishing Gourmet for Bacon Irish Soda Bread—honestly, it had me at Bacon (the photo is amazing too).  According to Jim Gaffigan, bacon is the fairy dust of the food world, making everything better! I thought I would pass it […]

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Corn Bread with Honey & Butter

Cornbread [Whole Grain]

Do you ever comparison shop?  Well, I often comparison surf, especially when it comes to refining recipes. Many of my recipes I consider tried and true, but I am always open for suggestions to improve technique, flavor, or nutritional value.  Surfing for cornbread recipes will lead you on an endless journey considering regional differences, add-ins, […]

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Blueberry Christmas Stollen

For as long as I can remember, my mom made what she called Stollen every year at Christmas. Traditionalists would not recognize our family’s rendition since Stollen is similar to fruitcake. Ours would be described best as a pastry with its tender sweet roll dough cradling fresh or canned fruit, nuts, and spices and sweet […]

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