Cary, NC — Right about now the good, tart apples are coming into season, the smell of fall is in the air and that means a lot of baking for me. And by baking, I mean pies.
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Cary, NC — Have you heard about whipped coffee? We hadn’t either, not until our daughter made us a glass of it back in the spring. Yesterday I made it for myself — and it was delicious!
Cary, NC — Like many of you, during these COVID times, I have taken to a lot of baking and more recently this summer, canning. One of my all-time favorite things to do is buy a lot of fresh fruit at the Cary Downtown Farmers Market and turn it into jam to be enjoyed throughout […]
Cary, NC — Before moving to North Carolina, I can honestly say that I had never tasted okra. I didn’t know what it looked like and had heard it’s an ingredient in gumbo. That’s all I knew about it.
Cary, NC — If you are like me, you probably have rarely tasted a fresh fig. In fact, figs are so fragile and seasonal they aren’t often available at the supermarket.
Cary, NC — My family and I love pickles. Maybe it’s my husband’s Eastern European background or my Danish-German heritage, but there is something about a sour, garlicky snappy pickle that I just love.
Cary, NC — This recipe is one of the easiest jam recipes I have ever made.
Cary, NC — Yes, I’ve caught the baking bug, just like many of you during this time at home.
Cary, NC — We grow a lot of herbs every spring and summer in raised planters on our deck, and we’re always looking for ways to use them.
Cary, NC — My husband loves to grow his own lettuce. The only problem is that all of a sudden in early April we have more than we can handle. By early may the temps get so hot it all bolts, season over.