Month: July 2016

Easy 5-Ingredient Heirloom Tomato & White Cheddar Farmhouse Pie

Easy 5-Ingredient Heirloom Tomato & White Cheddar Farmhouse Pie

There is nothing quite as tasty as a perfectly ripe garden tomato. I am tickled to say my garden is currently popping out some of the tastiest, acidic, slightly sweet tomatoes I have ever tasted. They are perfect with a pinch of salt and a […]

Hither & Yon – a peek into my garden, bunnies, life & food

Hither & Yon – a peek into my garden, bunnies, life & food

Well, the lack of weekly words is not for a lack of writeable experiences – just a lack of time to write about those experiences. I would say I could capture the entire vibe of the week with one word :: “SUMMER”.

Lemon-Berry Icebox Pie ((in a jar)) – an FFAY Sinkology Recipe

Lemon-Berry Icebox Pie ((in a jar)) – an FFAY Sinkology Recipe

This recipe is a a 5-Ingredient Wonder! Cool, refreshing and simple – perfect for these steamy summer days!

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Simple Crispy Pesto Chicken & Potatoes

Simple Crispy Pesto Chicken & Potatoes

Summer – whew. It’s a break for sure, but BOY are we busy! We enjoyed a nice trip to the lake last week and then squeezed in a double portion of busy when we got home. Doctor’s appointments, a slew of summer cooking classes ((check out my […]

Black Walnut & Pecan Pralines

Black Walnut & Pecan Pralines

I made these pralines with the sole intention of putting a smile

Dean Fearing’s Cheese Croutons

Dean Fearing’s Cheese Croutons

You ay have noticed that I have been doing a lot of summer reading lately! A few good books, but mostly vintage cookbooks like my current favorites – Baking with Julia, German Baking and Cooking and the cookbook this recipe came from – Dean Fearing’s The Mansion on Turtle Creek. (more…)

Firecracker Wings — A New FFAY Recipe for Sinkology

Firecracker Wings — A New FFAY Recipe for Sinkology

Just in time for the Fourth – a simple, speedy & crazy tasty wing recipe with a secret ingredient that makes these oven-fried wings extra crispy!


 
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