Fall in upstate New York means apple picking, which, in turn, means having a giant sack of apples that I have to do something with. My mom made fantastic apple pie when I was a kid, so I decided to try my hand at her recipe, which is from an older edition of the Betty Crocker Cookbook (a very slightly different version can be found on their website). I used to help her make the pies when I was a teen (and have the mandoline scars to prove it), but had never made one by myself. Fortunately, it turned out to be delicious! Read More It’s Apple Pie Season!
Because what’s better than one cookie? TWO. So this week I’m putting up two of my favorite cookie recipes. One traditional and one vegan. Snickerdoodles and Vegan Oatmeal Cookies.
I was feeling particularly wintery this weekend and winter is a good time for casseroles. Cold, damp westcoast winters make me want to bundle up in my warmest, wooliest sweater, wrap myself in two more blankets, and eat piping hot foods until February. Read More Morbid Curiosity: Tuna and Chips Casserole