Recipes

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Silver Dollar Pancakes Recipe

With only six ingredients, these bite-size silver dollar pancakes are the perfect start to a full day with the kids. Whether for a special occasion or for an active Sunday, they are easy to make and even easier to eat. The only challenge is to keep little hands off the plate as you arrange the pancakes in neat lines.

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'Tis the season for ancient fruit cakes.

Quince and Walnut Christmas Pudding Recipe

Christmas pudding divides dessert lovers into two groups – the haters and the nutters. My brothers can’t stand Christmas pudding and we grew up with it. My husband, I and many of my friends belong to the nutter group. I couldn’t celebrate the holidays without one, or two, or more Christmas puddings at home in […]

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Recipe: Wild Crabapple Paste

Crabapple paste reminds me of quince paste or membrillo. Sweet and tart at the same time, this tasty morsel pairs as well with goat cheese at dinnertime as it does with a cup of green tea in the afternoon. Best of all, crabapples are usually free because nobody wants (to deal with) them. Cherry-size, too […]

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Fall Foraging with Children – Tips and Recipes For An Autumn Nature Feast

Wild about foraging? Here are four wild foods that are common in the northern hemisphere. Read tips on how you can forage them with your kids, then use four recipes to eat them at home and make the most of your generous nature for free.

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Recipe: Pumpkin Tea Cake

This pumpkin tea cake is the absolute celebration of the autumn season, moist and tasty, pumpkin- and spices-infused, just ready to be eaten with a hot cup of tea on a chilly autumn day. Adapted from the absolutely fantastic Tartine Cookbook, it is one of the staples of the famous San Francisco bakery and I […]

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