A dear friend of mine had the opportunity to travel to Alaska this summer and brought back one of my most coveted kitchen items, an Ulu.
This book was chosen for our very first book club party. It brought family and friends together for one night of strengthening our minds, renewing our bounds and nourishing our bellys. This party went on way past any of our bedtimes but it was worth every yawn. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did.
These biscuits are firm on the outside with a soft center. They are best served with soup or chili.
Gache Melee is an apple dessert served in Guernsey. You can serve it warm as is or decide to go a la mode.
Bean Jar is a local dish of the Channel Island of Guernsey. This recipe was traditionally made in pottery jars or bean jars that were cooked overnight in the local bakers oven. I have tweaked the recipe a little to make it easier for your book club party.
These chicken salad croissants make for a filling appetizer or snack.
The secret to these perfect tasting deviled eggs is real mayonnaise.
Avocados and garden tomatoes make a good summertime sandwich.
Homemade ice cream is the perfect cool summer treat. You can use any type of fresh fruit and it is always an instant hit.
This easy asparagus recipe pairs well with anything as a flavorful side dish.