Tag Archives: breads

Cinnamon Apple Quick Bread – Daring Bakers’ Challenge

Tweet February has been a good month. Despite the cold, good things have happened, including taking part in both the Daring Cooks’ and the Daring Bakers’ challenge. This month the bakers’ challenge from The Daring Kitchen was to make a quick bread. I just want to say, thank you!, thank you!, thank you! This bread […]

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Homemade Roasted Garlic Round Loaf

Tweet So recently I decided to start attempting to make bread and other dough-involved recipes (stromboli). It really started when my great Aunt Carm, who is 101, asked how my father-in-law’s bakery was doing. I’m not married and my handsome man’s father is far from being a baker so of course I’m like ‘???’ as […]

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Local Events for the Foodie in You: Week of Jan 3rd, 2012!

Tweet Happy 2012 All!! Sorry I’ve been absent the past week, I was taking a much needed vacation. Now I feel completely behind & a little stressed, but I’ll get over that. The new year always gets me a little crazy. Thinking about what’s to come, what I’m doing in life, what I can achieve […]

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In the Spotlight: Vincent Olivieri

Tweet Who is Vincent Olivieri you might ask? Well he’s the Fairway Market Regional Cafe Manager, but besides that he’s the man behind all of the delicious Fairway’s pizza, meatballs, sandwiches, buffalo chicken, and most of the other dishes served in the Cafe as well. Recently I got an amazingly generous delivery from Vinnie, five […]

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8 Foods for Beautiful Skin!

Tweet I love finding pieces like this, you try a million face creams, acne washes, scrubs, anything that may help clear up and brighten your skin…then you find out that you could have been eating healthy, delicious foods that would have produced the same outcome naturally! This article from JoyBauer.com tells us the the right […]

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Rosemary Focaccia – From the Binders of M&P

Tweet Last night I started going through some cookbooks my Mommom gave me after Poppie passed away. I was going to start making breads, since that’s what Poppie used to do all the time. And recently my 101 yr old great-aunt Carm thought I was my grandmother for a couple minutes and asked about my […]

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