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This recipe came to life after my kids happened to spy an amazing raspberry shortcake in a bakery window. They oohed and aahed over the sticky raspberry filling and the petite chocolate curls, but knew that anything purchased from a bakery wouldn't be safe because of their allergies. So I promised them something even better when we got home. This is what I came up with.
Published in Desserts
This is an old fashioned recipe made with just a few ingredients: pure milk, flour, sugar, and vanilla, and of course, bananas. Vintage and kitchy, just the way my grandmother made it, before the days of jello and instant pudding.
Published in Desserts
I've watched fire ravage my hometown in Colorado for two summers, now. This salad was inspired by the hope that rises from the ashes; by a man who lost everything to the flames. Everything, except for his garden, which he found thriving & green among the ashes of his home. In the searing heat, it had been watered, no doubt, by the very same fire hoses that were used to frantically defend his community that tragic evening. His tomatoes were ripe and ready to be picked.
Published in Salads & Sides
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