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Peach Cobbler

Despite several visits and months of time spent in America, Peach Cobbler was never something my friends made or something anyone brought to barbecue’s or dinner parties so a recipe was found on Allrecipes that mirrored what I had seen in pictures and a recipe posted here in 2014. That recipe was made multiple times...

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    Amish Apple Fritters

    While the trees are shifting to several shades of bright colors, the sweet produce of summer slows it’s growing to prepare for the colder and shorter days ahead and apples prepare themselves for their star time of year and suddenly I turned to thinking about Amish Apple Fritters. My Instagram has been filled with pear...

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      Dutch Baby Pancake with Orange Syrup

      It’s International Pancake Day, and let’s face it, if you haven’t had a reason to have pancakes for every meal before, this day sure gives you one. I’m planning on having pancakes for dinner, my mum’s ones because I can’t eat the entire stack in one sitting which means pancake day will live a little...

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        Apple Butter Pie

        I’m having one of those days where I’m not sure what to say here, and it seems even my fingers are struggling to type without multiple errors. Its gray out and I’ve woken up in the darkness with my alarm ringing in my ears to get up the last two days and really struggled to...

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        • Muriel

          No cooking of those eggs needed?ReplyCancel

          • Hey Muriel,

            Thanks for stopping by. No, just whisked through. I doubled checked the original recipe because I had the same thought as you.

            Kind regards,
            SylvieReplyCancel

        Homemade Apple Butter

        The leaves are almost all on the ground now or have been swept away. The gray skies have made themselves comfortable. And somehow we’re over half way through fall which means apple season is passing far too quickly once again. Each time this season begins I have grand plans to make a bunch of apple...

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          Homemade Apple Cider

          One of the most fascinating aspects of research (thank you Smithsonian for these notes) on the origins of Apple Cider is the fact that the alcoholic version is more closely linked to the traditional way it was made due to people never knowing whether they would be bitter or sweet (the types of apples we...

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            Native American Tortilla Bread

            In the three plus years I have been doing this blog I have not once even thought about making a Native American recipe, it seemed the best place to start was with this Tortilla Bread. Recently the Native population of North America have been on my mind a lot. Maybe this is because I come...

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            • Karen payne

              Thank you. Was wondering which native American tribe ate this?ReplyCancel

              • Hi Karen,

                Thanks for stopping by and reading.

                It’s a very good question and I’ve found it hard in my searches to pinpoint exact Tribe’s to any recipes I’ve found. In saying that, it seems the Southwest closest to Mexico is where this bread would have been eaten. Tribe’s from the Southwest are most likely to consume this bread because the main ingredient, corn came from South/Central America and Mexico into what is now the United States.ReplyCancel

            Eggnog

            A few weeks before I began this blog three years ago on Christmas day I woke up to try my hand at Eggnog, something that has never traveled as far south as New Zealand’s borders. In the warmth of summer, opening the fridge to this creamy custardy brandy delight made me question why, with all...

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              NY Times Chocolate Chip Cookies

              I know I know, Chocolate Chip Cookies are one of life’s basic recipes and whilst I originally had the Tollhouse recipe here, there is something to be said about patience and these need some of that…trust me, it’s more than worth it and these have been the only ones made in my kitchen the past...

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