Paneer Kulcha #BreadBakers

Paneer Kulcha #BreadBakers

  As soon as Jenni announced the theme for this month’s Bread Baker’s I knew I wanted to make an Indian bread and that I wanted to make a Kulcha. The theme for this month is “Stuffed Bread”! Bread by itself is temptations galore, and stuffed bread is temptations with some golden butter on top. […]

Tarte á l’Oignon - French Onion Tart

Tarte á l’Oignon – French Onion Tart

  When the theme for April’s Progressive eats was announced, I imagined myself making a Dacquoise or a Mille-feuille. Having already made the Gateau Opera a few dozen times and enjoyed the Croquembouche challenge with Jenni, I was ready to make a switch and make something else. The decadent Dacqupiose was tempting me. But then I […]

Rosemary Hot Oil Treatment & Petoskey and Pine

Rosemary Hot Oil Treatment & Petoskey and Pine

A few weeks ago, Wendy of A Day in the Life on the Farm created a panel of bloggers to try out artisnal handmade bath products from a company called Petsokey and Pine. She asked if we would like to try the product and asked us for an honest opinion. The company gave the bloggers […]

Tropical Surprise Bundt Cake #Bundt Bakers

Tropical Surprise Bundt Cake #Bundt Bakers

“If you get up one more time than you fall, you will make it through.” ~Chinese Proverb In all my time of cake baking, I have never had an epic cake fail. Sure there have been cakes that didn’t turn out as delicious or I didn’t much care for the texture but I have not […]

Lambropsomo - Greek Easter Bread #BreadBakers

Lambropsomo – Greek Easter Bread #BreadBakers

The lampropsomo is the traditional Greek Easter bread. Braided with three strings of dough that symbolize the Holy Trinity, and tucked into the dough are four red eggs that symbolize the blood of Jesus Christ. This bread is traditionally prepared with an essence makhlep, or is flavored with mastic. I used cardamom to add the […]