It all started with a Facebook post from a friend sharing the Pioneer Woman’s Cinnamon Buns recipe. (Yes, Laurie, it’s all your fault!) I’ve wanted to make cinnamon buns for ages, but now I was downright obsessed. I studied the Pioneer Woman’s recipe and it looked yummy, but it made seven pans of buns and […]
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So I saw this recipe on Facebook for a superhealthy cookie with mashed bananas as the base and I made them (substituting the raisins—blech!—with dried sour cherries—yum!). But they were…not that great. However, I really liked the concept, and I was determined to make them to the whole family’s liking. So I fiddled around and came up with this version that has been deemed Very Good by everyone. Let me know what you think.
Did you ever have a memory of food from your childhood that you simply had to re-create? Well, I have. And it took me years of experimenting (were the eggs fried? Scrambled?) to realize they were poached. And the toast still had lumps of butter on it, and it was all cut up into bits like a mom would cut up food for a kid…. That is my favorite breakfast memory. And it’s easy and fairly healthy—depending on how much butter you put on the bread. A lot is good!
Tortillas are very handy to have around, whether it’s breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert, whether you are alone or feeding a family. They are quick, easy, healthy, and totally yum.
One recent weekend I was thinking about breakfast, and wanting some sort of bread, cheese and egg mixture. But I was tired of just a fried egg on toast, or a cheese omelette. Then, it was like a light-bulb went off…
by guest blogger Maya Rodale. This dish is so named because we pick up most of the ingredients at the farmer’s market, especially in winter. It’s our go-to weekend breakfast.
I had never really thought or heard of buttered eggs until one day when I was reading a romance novel. It was Duchess by Night, by one of my favorite authors, Eloisa James. I think it started out as a suggestion to help someone sober up. Then it became a means to comfort a child. […]
It’s hard to remember what all the fuss was back then when real men wouldn’t eat quiche… Was it the name? The fact that there might be vegetables in it? Anyway, around that time, I made my first quiche, from the original Rodale’s Basic Natural Foods Cookbook. Since then, I’ve made quite a few quiches, […]
Raised on America’s first organic farm, Scratch author Maria Rodale learned how to make everyday favorites from, yes, scratch — the way you remember them; the way they turn out best.Order Now