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Easy Slow Cooker Shredded Beef

Easy Slow Cooker Shredded Beef

Shredded beef is a favorite in my household.  My husband loves to eat it (and, I admit I am a fan, too)… But, I especially love how easy it is to make. And, it’s pretty versatile, too! I know I’ve shared recipes for shredded beef here in the past, so you may be wondering why… Continue Reading

Homemade Oreos

Homemade Oreos

Lately, my husband has been getting me into a bit of trouble. You see, he’s my taste tester. He’s not afraid to tell me when something I make is awful (it has happened before… believe me!), so I know he’ll give me an honest opinion.  So, when I’m baking and working on a new recipe, I… Continue Reading

San Francisco Sourdough Bread

San Francisco Sourdough Bread

As I’ve been catching up on my blog reading over the past week or so, I’ve noticed that a lot of people are interested in learning to bake bread this year. I love it! I plan to continue baking homemade bread this year, and I’m thrilled to see that so many others are excited about… Continue Reading

Jalapeño Pepper Jam

Jalapeño Pepper Jam

In my canning fury a few weeks ago, one of the new recipes I tried was a recipe for hot pepper jam. I wasn’t entirely sure what to think… Jalapeño peppers in a sweet jam? I was skeptical. But, I had tasted a few similar recipes at the farmers market a few weeks earlier, so I figured… Continue Reading

S’mores Cookie Sandwiches

S’mores Cookie Sandwiches

No campfire? No problem! You can still enjoy s’mores this Fourth of July! You know I couldn’t just make the soft and chewy graham cookies that I shared a few days ago and leave it at that, right? Of course not! Instead, I decided to take the cookies and turn them into s’mores cookie sandwiches… Continue Reading

Sourdough Naan

Sourdough Naan

Lately I’ve been trying to incorporate sourdough starter into my recipes… Take my sourdough cinnamon rolls, for example. I ordered some sourdough starter from King Arthur Flour in the fall, and I’ve been doing my best to keep it going ever since. Fortunately, much like my houseplants (that I’ve been trying to kill unsuccessfully for… Continue Reading