Pit the peaches but don’t bother peeling them. Chop them into bits approximately the size of the raspberries. Put both the peaches and the raspberries in a non-reactive pot (I use this 4-qt one) with the lemon juice and sugar.
Preheat oven to 350˚F, and generously butter a 9-inch contour (rounded at the bottom edge) cake pan. The secret to the chocolate upside-down cake is in that pan – and, of course, what you put into it, and in what order.
It all started with a vision: a nice round loaf of country French bread, full of flavor and goodness. With the Mockmill, I finally had the means to grind my own grain. I wanted to make bread in a fairly simple way –
Set rack in the middle of the oven, and heat oven to 350˚F. Line an 8×8 pan with parchment paper, leaving some flaps on each side. Set aside. Note: if you have an 8×8 square removable-bottom pan, this is the time to use it!
Autumn lasagna carries the flavors of fall: roasted squash, sage, sausage and cheese combine to make a memorable dish. It’s no more complicated than any other lasagna: there’s a sauce, there are noodles, and there are fillings that get layered in.
This fresh tomato tart may seem complicated, and the recipe is a bit long – but don’t worry, it’s only three simple parts: the crust, the filling, and the tomatoes. The text is long because I carefully explain how to make the crust –
This is not a quick recipe, but it’s a great one to make ahead of time. Don’t let the long list of ingredients deter you from making this. If you break it down into steps, it’s not challenging at all: prepare the leaves,
The photo shows an upside down version of cherry-almond Nanaimo bars that I built in a patterned silicone mold, so of course the chocolate layer went in first, followed by the filling, then the crust. This recipe, though, is the straightforward 8×8 pan version.