This Honey and Cornmeal Cake is perfect for a potluck or cookout. It’s a cross between cake and cornbread with the right amount of sweetness for dessert. It’s best served with softened butter and honey drizzled on top.
This savory soufflé is perfect for Sunday brunch and paired with a crisp green salad. There’s both a perfect hint of spice from the cayenne and sweetness from the pimentos to please every palate.
From The Settlement Cookbook Soufflés get a bad rap for being too difficult to make or too labor-intensive. I, for one, was intimidated to make one because they are notoriously known to deflate as soon as you take them out of the oven, and in my mind, I associate deflation and baking with failure. I’ve got…
Spring is the season to see the most amazing skyscapes and sunsets in Interior Alaska. The “big sky” concept in Fairbanks puts Montana to shame. I swear if I could write a love letter to the Alaska sky, I would in a heartbeat, and it would probably be the most fervent letter I’ve ever written….
These scalloped beets are an amazing side dish or could easily work as a main course with a side of quinoa and fresh, green salad.
The original recipe is from the pages of The Settlement Cookbook Until the recent past, I associated scalloped potatoes with the boxed variety. You know the kind; the kind made up entirely of sodium, dehydrated potatoes, and, um, more sodium. I wish I could say I was off-put by those as a kid, but I wasn’t….