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Homemade Simple Syrups

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I am so excited that it’s homemade gift month here at S & S.  Hanukkah and Christmas are right around the corner and I know I love getting thoughtful homemade gifts.  You? In the spirit of homemade gifts I discovered … Continue reading

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Spiced Apple Pie Filling

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 Happy Daylight Saving time! And a very happy November to you, as well. Here in Seattle, we’ve far-too-easily stepped into fall; we didn’t get much of a summer, so fall actually feels a little more palatable – now, my expectations … Continue reading

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An Apple Retrospective

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   I’m slightly resentful that we’re already in Apple Month here at S&S – not because of the fruit itself, of course – but because, as Streusel pointed out, apples are a sign of fall. We never got much of … Continue reading

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Caramel Apple Bars

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Wow!  Where did the summer go?  Don’t we all say that?  It really flew right past me this year.  One minute, my daughter was getting out of school… bam!  Now it’s Labor Day weekend! As the nights get cooler here … Continue reading

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Fall in a Bowl

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So this post is really about a giant (1 pound) baked apple but as I sat devouring it, I thought, this is Fall in a Bowl.  Forget making pie crust and slicing up apples.  Forget even making apple crisp.  Just … Continue reading

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French Apple Tart

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So, as you know, Strudel and I met back in 2007 at Cook Street Cooking School here in Denver.  Cook Street has an intense full-time culinary program but they also have classes for the home cook.  Strudel and I took … Continue reading

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Sourdough Bread

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Fresh.  Crusty.  Sour. When I was 14 I lived in Monterey California.  Growing up in the Air Force we only lived there for 3 months but it was a wonderful time. We lived close to the bay and on the … Continue reading

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Naan and Spicy Fruit Chutney

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Some friends of mine invited me over to their house for Indian Food this weekend.  I asked “What can I bring?”  thinking they’d say a bottle of wine or some beer.  Their response was naan or chutney and I immediately got excited … Continue reading

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Apple Rhubarb Jam

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It’s not that I don’t actually understand that produce comes from outside of the grocery store, it’s just that I still find it surprising that people can walk outside, pick something out of the ground, and (magically, suddenly) serve dinner. … Continue reading

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Apple Phyllo Pies

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  I was craving apple pie but didn’t feel like making pie crust.  Way in the back of my freezer was a roll of phyllo dough I had forgotten about.  I’ve done this before.  Does anyone else have that problem?  

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