Fresh strawberries are delicious, but hulling them can be a chore. I’ll show you how to make the job easy, as well as keeping all that delicious-ness for yourself, not […]
“Real Clam Chowder made with real ingredients. It is important to reserve the clams and add them for just the last ten minutes, to just warm through and not over cook.”
Inspired by ellenmoriah’s blog on Allrecipes.
Using a food processor makes short work of pastry dough. This recipe makes enough for two 9 – 11 regular or deep dish pie or tart. Left over pastry may be rolled out and cut into shapes to garnish the pie. Perfect for both sweet and savory pies. The dough can be made up to 3 days in advance and refrigerated or wrapped tightly and frozen for up to 3 months.
This is unlike most “cobblers” in that the crust is a little like a sugar cookie. Any combination of fruit will work. Use your imagination. This is an absolutely delicious dessert. Easy too!
Due to a late summer heavy rain, many of the butternut squash in my garden split and had to be used right away. These butternut squash patties make for a nice savory dinner side dish or even a delicious weekend breakfast. Using the food processor to grate the squash makes these a snap to put together.