This tender, flavorful version of a holiday staple is made
more wholesome with whole-wheat flour and flaxseeds. You can
easily double the recipe if you are making these baby loaves as
Lisa Asuncion Feliciano of Manila, Philippines, shared this
recipe in our Kitchen to Kitchen department. She recommends
making extra loaves when zucchini is abundant because they freeze
Cocoa- and coconut-crusted bananas are a treat for the
The "strata" in this classic casserole are layers of bread,
cheese and sausage baked in an egg-rich pudding.
Hash is a flexible and easy way to transform leftover
cooked meat into a distinctively different dish. This version
brings together traditional holiday flavors in a satisfying new
Brunch with friends? Sounds like a plan! But when the plan quickly turns to you spending the whole time on pancake toppings and made-to-order espresso drinks, it's time to take a step back. With a little preparation, brunch time can be fun time.
This batch of jam cost me $5 (including pectin and sugar), and I made 48 ounces. It's so much fun to make and it takes around a half an hour, start to finish, as long as you remember to run the dish washer so that your jars are nice and clean and hot when you go to fill them. Note that I'm giving you directions for freezing the jam, which is a great baby step to take if you're new to canning. You can put the jam in jars or plastic containers and pop them in your freezer, and then you don't have to get into the whole sterilizing/pasteurizing scene. Just be sure to wear an apron, for the full Ma-Ingalls effect.
Next time the family's in the mood for pizza, don't head for the phone. Instead, try this alternative, and have everyone join in on the fun of assembling it. Pizza presents a perfect opportunity to introduce your kids to new tastes, such as chicken sausage or other ingredients you may want to try.