Until last night, I was pretty firm in my belief that Blueberry Peach Crisp was the most delicious, summery dessert I've ever made.
Dear readers, if you use Facebook, I'd like to ask you a favor.
I'm particpating in the Urbana Sweetcorn Festival's "Who Wore It Best" Facebook contest for local members of the media. Everyone participating submitted a photo of themselves wearing a hilarious foam hat of a corn cob.
My mom's peach tree is growing a bumper crop this year, so I didn't feel at all guilty when I used her peaches to make two cobbler-crisp desserts this week. The first was Blueberry Peach Crisp, and the second was the following recipes for Easy Peach Cobbler.
Last summer, I made a delicious peachy, blueberry-y cobbler-ish dessert last year, and I swear I blogged about it. I have peaches and blueberries and wanted to make it again this weekend, but I can't find a record of that recipe anywhere.
Our cool old locker is done, fully equipped with three new shelves. It's now home to our movie and CD collection with space to spare.
A week ago, Rob and I processed for freezing almost five gallons of apples from my Grandma Thilmony's pie apple tree.
I made my first apple treat this weekend with an Apple Date Cake. The recipe came from my late grandma, Mary Stange.
If you read the print version of The News-Gazette, you might have seen this recipe in yesterday's Food pages.
I have an exciting announcement today: The News-Gazette, The News-Gazette Community Newspapers and County Market are sponsoring a Taste of Home Cooking School show on Oct. 1 in Urbana.
I’ll be on stage at the show, so I probably will mention it frequently here over the next several weeks.