I love cherry pie. At birthday time, I often choose cherry pie over cake. However, the last time I ate canned cherry pie, I was not impressed. Even the versions that don’t contain corn syrup still have a sort of metallic, fake taste to them. Sadly, the season for fresh cherries is short. One way […]
Dutch oven cooking is a fun way to cook and bake outdoors and off grid. We love to cook in our cast iron dutch ovens. Here is a tutorial on how to bake a pie in a dutch oven
Who doesn’t love a blueberry rhubarb apple pie with a 100% whole wheat pie crust AND a crumble topping? Enjoy this delicious, easy dessert!
Being the pie lover that I am, my wooden rolling pin is an important item in my kitchen. I’ve been using the same rolling pin for 37 years, and it’s in beautiful condition. I’ve taken care of it over the years, but it’s not complicated; just a few simple tips will keep yours in great […]
I know that I was a bit surprised when a local pumpkin farmer first told me that most canned pumpkin is actually squash. And when I mentioned this recently on facebook, a reader found my statement difficult to believe. Find out what’s going on.
I love to make fresh pie. During the summer, the fresh fruit grown on our farm is the featured filling. While this recipe is called “Raspberry Pie”, it can be used to make a double crusted pie with whatever type of berry is at its seasonal best. If you have raspberries, blueberries, or blackberries fresh […]