Somehow I always end up back home for strawberry season, which is just fine by me. Pennsylvania and New York growing seasons barely overlap, so usually PA is winding down and I have the holy-crap-it’s-already-over-moment, NY berries are just starting up.
With fresh strawberries, I am of the opinion that less is […]Continue Reading →
I drove back to New York to spend the 4th with my parents, and like any other trip home, it involves a lot of cooking, baking, grilling and cocktails. We picked sour cherries and strawberries from a local fruit farm, and made a lovely pie, and this deliciously easy strawberry shortcake.
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It’s hard to believe that four years ago today, I was sitting at my computer in Columbus writing up this same recipe, and posting my first ever post. I don’t typically like to get corny or sentimental on the blog, but everything kind of fell perfectly into place, so why the hell not? Please just […]Continue Reading →
I am not a pink kind of girl, but I will make an exception for this cake because the light pink hue is all natural. And I love strawberries.
This cake is surprisingly made with frozen strawberries, so it easy to enjoy any time of the year. The frozen berries are simply thawed and […]Continue Reading →
I only make these around Christmas, but they’re delicious any time of year. Growing up my mom made them as part of her annual cookie tray during the holidays and filled them with the homemade strawberry, peach and black raspberry jams we made that year.
The original recipe actually has you filling […]Continue Reading →
This is not your typical no-bake cheesecake; this grown-up version has tangy goat cheese, mascarpone, cream cheese and sour cream for a more refined taste and super creamy texture.
For the crust, I did a combination of butter cookies and biscoff cookies; the biscoff cookies added a little additional depth of flavor to the vanilla […]Continue Reading →
Earlier this season I caved and bought some grocery store strawberries, and they were horribly disappointing. No exaggeration, they tasted like nail polish remover smells. Ever since then I’ve been stalking my local strawberry patch on Facebook to see when the berries were ready, and this weekend they were! Aida and I took a […]Continue Reading →
Where has June gone? It seems like I’ve barely blinked and it’s almost the end of the month, with the fourth of July just around the corner. Strawberries are already winding down here to almost done, and as usual, I don’t feel like I’ve gotten my fill. However, I am extremely pleased I […]Continue Reading →
One of my all time favorite combinations is strawberries and almonds, and these do not disappoint. These muffins are delicious anytime, but would make a great addition to a Mother’s day breakfast or brunch.
I think a lot of strawberry bread and muffin […]Continue Reading →
To say that I love ice cream would be an understatement; if I could eat ice cream every night, without the calorie consequences I totally would. There have been many a night when Mike has graciously ventured out to get me ice cream to cure a craving. What a guy…although, […]Continue Reading →