Orange Poundcake Bites with a Cointreau Glaze
One rich, dense, buttery cake is in almost every recipe book from the 1700s and 1800s.
Banana Bread Bites with Maple Glaze
These delicious bites of maple-kissed banana bread will be your go-to recipe. Light and airy, with a light sweetness from the glaze.
Pumpkin (Cake) Pudding with Rum Hard Sauce
All the ingredients you will need Making the batter Cooking the pudding (cake) Make the delicious Rum Hard Sauce. Remember, the sauce is...
Savory Cranberry Bread Pudding
The balance of the savory, sweet, and tart flavors makes this one of my favorite recipes from A Thyme to Discover.
Indigenous Strawberry Bread and its Lasting Inspiration
The sweet, yet hearty bread would be made by crushing the fruit and mix with cornmeal, which would be baked or boiled.
Chicken Fricassee and Skillet Cornmeal Biscuits
Fricassee would even find itself on the table of the White House under the watchful eye of the 16th President, Abraham Lincoln.
Is it Mulled Wine or Wassail? While Pondering, Enjoy a Cup of my Warmed Mulled Apple Cider Sangria
Have you ever wondered the difference between mulled (or spiced) wine and wassail? I don't mean to burst your cinnamon bubble, but there...
Chicken and Dumplings
Chicken and Dumplings is a luscious pot of silky chicken soup with a hot biscuit layer on top.
New England Clam Chowder. The History of the Name, Origins, and a War?
The thick and hearty New England clam chowder often includes diced potatoes, pork, onions, celery, milk, butter, cream and a bay leaf.
The North American Blueberry and My Blueberry Layer Cake Recipe
Blueberries have been grown in North America long before the European colonization. The fruit was a staple summer food for the Native Americ