I would say that we do a pretty good job of eating well in our house. Most days I have the fridge packed with fruit and veggies with healthy snacks made up and dinner planned to a science. But if I’m going to be honest, there are some days that I’m not on my A game. And the first thing … View The Post
I’m tired. Of picking plums. No really, I am. Don’t get me wrong, I’m super grateful to have a plum tree, and don’t want to sound like a whiner, but this tree HAS NOT STOPPED. Seriously, this small, unassuming, and not-so-pretty plum tree in our yard has proven to be the Magic Porridge Pot of fruit trees (if you haven’t … View The Post
These oat bran muffins are moist and not too sweet, perfect for a morning run-out-the-door breakfast or an afternoon snack. I used plums, but you can use any soft fruit you want (nectarines, peaches…)! Freeze any extras for a quick snack or breakfast for hectic mornings, or bake them in mini muffin tins for a perfect snack for the little ones … View The Post
We had the best time at the cabin picking Saskatoon berries this summer. It’s one of the things that I most look forward to up there, there’s something so therapeutic and simple about gathering your own food. Now that Charlie is bigger he joined me and my Dad in the adventure and loved it. I’m pretty sure more of the … View The Post
Piles of fresh summer fruit are wrapped in perfectly flaky pastry in this rustic, simple but impressive fruit galette. The pie crust recipe makes enough for two galettes, so double the fruit filling if you want to make two. Otherwise the crust freezes really nicely for up to a month when packed in a plastic resealable bag.
I still remember the first time (which was coincidentally the last time) that I tried rhubarb straight out of the garden. Now, I don’t mean in a pie or jam, I mean straight out of the garden with nothing else. Wow. My mouth hurts just thinking about it. Not that it deterred me a single bit. It remains one of … View The Post