Sourdough Walnut-Pear Waffles

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Discovering sourdough was a very good thing. These waffles are some of our favorites! The sweetness of the pears and the crunch of the walnuts with a hint of ginger, topped with maple cream…it doesn’t get much better than this! You’ll want to give these a try.  Continue reading “Sourdough Walnut-Pear Waffles”

Pumpkin-Apple-Pear Soup

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From the kitchen of Joanna (Marini) Dindinger: “This is a delicious, healthy soup I love in the Fall, especially, as a main dish with crusty bread and salad, or as an elegant first course before a roast chicken with potatoes, perhaps.” 

Savor the flavor of fall!

Today I have another great recipe to share with you from a friend! Joanna is known to be a really great cook and baker. (I think she’s naturally good at about anything she tries!=)) I recently ordered some of her homemade soaps and have been loving them!

You can check out her Facebook page here: Natural Beauty Products by Joanna

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Cranberry-Pear Galette {with a hint of ginger}

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I have a whole bucket-list of recipes in my mind that I want to try someday. So I’m knocking them off one by one. Galettes (or Rustic Tarts as some people call them) have always fascinated me and I’ve been wanting to try them for a long time. Funny thing is, I discovered its kind of like a pie baked on a flat sheet instead of a round plate. I’ve never been very confident in my pie making abilities so I totally fell in love with these “rustic” tarts, because they don’t have to look perfect. In fact, they are not supposed to look perfect! Thats one of the things I love about them. You get all the flavors of a pie including a flaky crust without all the tedious things like trimming the edges just perfect. Continue reading “Cranberry-Pear Galette {with a hint of ginger}”