Summer yields such exquisite bounty-so much to cook in so little time! I feel a sense of urgency and force myself to take deep calming breaths as I approach the Farmer’s Market or weave my cart through the local grocery produce displays.
Stone fruits are no exception-and such great prices to be had! Golden Meadow Plums and apricots are on sale at Meijer’s through Saturday for $.99, organic plums are only $1.79#. I have some leftover sour cream in my fridge; dinnerFeed is decided. This quick recipe will give me more time to contemplate my next recipe!
If you’d prefer a more substantial dessert, serve the sugar plums over slices of angel food or pound cake or spooned over vanilla ice cream. A sprig of mint or orange zest would be a lovely garnish.
This is a post I’ve been trying to complete for a week now–it’s felt frivolous posting about fruits and freebies when I’ve friends with unwanted lakes in their yards and no power )-: But normalcy is a condition of sanity so it’s back to the kitchen and writing for me. First, I wanted any Kindle readers … Full recipe post »
We may be jipped out of a white Christmas in Michigan this year, but the promise of the family rejoined and traditions re-lit has me craving pickled herring. In past years I’ve been lucky enough to receive it––scratch-made––from my Polish neighbor, Krystyna, the week before our family celebrates Christmas and the New Year. This year she’s left … Full recipe post »
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