With all my kiddos back in school, I am totally enjoying some catch-up time and a little “me” time. Having that “me” time makes family time all the sweeter. The kids love making their own treats, and I have noticed that letting them get involved in the process as the “maker” makes it taste that […]
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When I started Dana’s Bread (in 1990), I made 3 kinds of bread. Before I had my own store front, I would bake the bread in the evening at my local health food store’s commercial kitchen, fill my car with freshly baked bread, and sell the loaves to customers out of my car. One of […]
We love sparkles. Throw in sweet + salty = HAPPY DAY! Nacho (my littlest love) and I made these yum-yums without the dyes that are usually in sprinkle-topped treats. I found that white chocolate was the perfect pairing for this salty snack. Making sparkle pretzel bites was a fun activity for some together time. Nacho […]
Dr. Kathy’s holiday cookies have become a Springfield tradition. They serve as another example of how food—and the efforts of those that produce it—connect us to each other at this special time of the year.
When I tell the boys I want to bake they will drop what they are working on and come running to the kitchen to see what baking project I have planned. Making sugar cookies – rolling, cutting, and decorating – is one of their favorite activities. While we work, they sweetly ask me to tell […]