If you’ve ever longingly eyed a fruit-filled turnover at your local bakery and wished, “Man, I’d love to be able to make those at home!”, good news! I’m here to teach you how it’s done.
Apples. I never used to be a big apple fan. I could take them or leave them. Growing up we had three options: 1) shiny red apples, 2) green apples, or 3) crab apples which came from my grandmother’s tree. It wasn’t until I moved to California and started shopping at the Farmer’s Market did more »
Apple season is not taken lightly up here in Massachusetts. In fact, it’s practically revered as a few month-long holiday during which people of all ages flock to local orchards to stock up on cratefuls of different varieties. Although they are available at grocery stores throughout the year, I reserve apple buying & eating for more »
It hardly seems fair to my other amazing grandparents that I’m writing about my mom’s dad twice, but sometimes that’s how the cookie crumbles. The theme this week is local ingredients, and you can’t get more local than your grandpa’s back yard (except, of course, for your own back yard…).