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Make This Ahead: Cranberry Pie

I have used cranberries in pies before, but I have never made a cranberry pie- one that features that tart little berry in all it’s glory.  I have a recipe for a Cranberry Meringue Pie, which is spectacular, and I’ve tossed cranberries into a pecan pie before.  Today’s pie, though, uses whole berries and [...]

Yes, You CAN Make A Pineapple Pie!

And I don’t know why we don’t see more of them!

Yesterday Abigail conducted a science experiment for her Biology course using a fresh pineapple and a box of gelatin. Fresh pineapple is full of enzymes which prohibit gelatin from setting, and it was pretty cool to actually see that put to the test. [...]

Tasty German Chocolate Pie

We’ve had a string of bad pies around the Waz Household this last week.   First I made a cookie pie that was in need of a whole lot more sugar, and something else that we couldn’t quite figure out.  I debated doing some fiddling and tweaking to make it a contender for Pie [...]

A Twist On Chicken Pot Pie

A small change has come upon The Waz household this week which is a very welcome change.  After working out of town Monday thru Thursday since…hmm… I don’t remember, it’s been a long work season away from home, Andy is now home every evening from work.  Their job site this summer is over a [...]

Cooking With Israeli Couscous

Waaay back last month, our family spent Memorial Day weekend in the Twin Cities, Minnesota, visiting with family.  Every time we go there we always have a list of things we’d like to do, or restaurants we want to visit, but sometimes those things just don’t happen.  Sometimes before we know it, the weekend [...]

Have You Ever Had A Collard Green?

Collard greens (among many greens) are not a food that is typically found or served here in the northern part of the country.  I’m not entirely sure why that is.  I assumed that it was likely because the greens themselves didn’t grow so well here in the north- not unlike okra, which is terribly [...]

My Big Fat Mexican Lasagna

Friends, this turned out to be the best tasting Mexican Lasagna I’ve ever had.  I have had many over the years- made a few different ones myself, but it always seemed to me that something could have been better.   Well, yesterday’s lasagna started out as a pan of enchiladas.  I have some shredded [...]

Homemade Fruity Gummies

With Valentines Day coming up this next weekend, I thought this was a perfect time to share about these interesting homemade candies.  This was one of those recipes that popped up in my facebook feed a while back, and once I saw what it was, and what it was made with, I absolutely had [...]

Baking vs. Frying: Egg Rolls

Many, many years ago I tried a recipe that called for baking egg rolls instead of frying them.  The recipe was from Cooking Light magazine, and I just had to try it.  The recipe called for copious amounts of cooking spray- you’d spray the raw, rolled up egg rolls and pop them in the [...]

About Those Cornbread Waffles

In 2014, one of the food blogs I follow, Serious Eats, put everything in a waffle iron.   I am not exaggerating.   They’ve waffled countless sandwiches, stuffing mixtures, desserts, pizza, even tofu.   I want to say they even waffled some noodles, but I’m not sure I’m remembering that correctly.   I’ve never [...]

Revisiting Artisan Bread

Every once in a while I’ll put together a batch of Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day.  Usually when I do that, I will then go on to make a few batches in succession, and then the interest wanes.  In fact, the last time I had the bucket going, Zander specifically told me [...]

Purple Sweet Potatoes

I feel like my family does not eat near enough sweet potatoes.  They truly are one of my favorite foods, but I don’t prepare them too often because one person doesn’t like them much.  (It’s interesting how that one person can affect the family dining habits.) Earlier this week I was at the store [...]