With Thanksgiving around the corner, we’ve got pie on our minds. If you don’t want to go through the challenge of making your own pecan pie from scratch, these bars are for you as they’re much easier to put together and the magic happens in the oven while you wait. As the batter bakes, it… Read More »
“ Cooking shouldn't be a chore, It should be an adventure. I love to walk around the market taking in the sights and smells hoping inspiration will jump out in front of me. Use fresh, simple ingredients and let the flavors sing. ”
If you’ve ever wondered who’s a true “Super Dad,” look no further than Gerry, the blogger, stay-at-home dad, and confectioner behind Foodness Gracious where he shares his creative recipes using fresh, seasonal ingredients. After deciding to stay at home with his kids, started his blog as a way to share his culinary creations with the world while feeding the hungry mouths of his family. We love his unfussy approach to cooking and baking and the way he let’s the best ingredients shine in simple preparations. Oh, and did we mention that he’s an artisan caramel maker as well? Check out some of his confections at Tooth Sweet Artisan Caramels!
The “perfect” salad has just the right combination of contrasting flavors, textures, and colors that combine into a harmonious dish. In this recipe, Gerry uses up the last-of-the-season blood oranges in a simple salad that’s complex in flavors. Dots of Irish blue cheese (or your favorite type) lend a sharp, tangy contrast to every bite… Read More »
Easter meals are all about tradition – families gathering around the table for brunch, lunch, or dinner over a delicious meal. For thousands of years, one of the staples of the Easter table (specifically eaten on Good Friday) has been the Hot Cross Bun. Popularized though the children’s nursery rhyme (Rememember? One a penny, two… Read More »
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