We buy a 40-pound box of sweet potatoes from a local farmer every fall. I cannot tell you the exact science behind why sweet potatoes direct from the farm tastes so much better than sweet potatoes from the grocery store ... but trust me, they do!We dine on sweet potatoes all winter … [Read more...] about Holiday Sweet Potato Pie
It's Tuesdays with Dorie where a group of bakers and bloggers bake up the same recipe from Dorie Greenspan's book, Baking With Julia. Then we brag, I mean, blog about our results.A year ago I made my very first attempt at brioche dough. To say it was a success is an understatement. (I'm … [Read more...] about The Brioche That Killed My Kitchen Aid
A few years ago my mom and I were working side by side, in the kitchen, when I was struck by the similarity of our hands. I remember when I was younger (and my mom was about the age I am now) mom would take my hands and hold them saying, "mine were once pretty like yours." At the time I had … [Read more...] about Weekend RoundUP Happy Mother’s Day!
Walk Through The Bible In One Year Week 15 reading plan per day Click on the colored link to read each day's scripture. Monday 1 Kings 1-3, Tues 1 Kings 4-6, Wed 1 Kings 7-8, Thursday 1 Kings 9-11, Friday 1 Kings 12-15, Saturday 1 Kings 16-19, Sunday 1 Kings 20-22 Blessings as you … [Read more...] about Sweet Potato Pudding
When You Feel Robbed of Your Private Time I keep my eyes always on the LORD. With him at my right hand, I will not be shaken. Psalm 16:8 If the Lord delights in a man's way, he makes his steps firm. Psalm 37:23 Have you ever heard, "in the South they fry EVERYTHING?" Well, I don't think … [Read more...] about Fried Sweet Potatoes
I have made sweet potato casserole for about 10 years. My southern husband’s aunt gave me her “never fail” recipe and I began tweaking it here and there to make it my own. Unfortunately what happened is that I never made it the same way twice – and that isn’t always a good thing … [Read more...] about Sweet Potato Casserole