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many grain buttermilk pancakes – the best to date

A little molasses and nutmeg can go a long way towards happiness in the AM.  “Best by far” Rob exclaimed as he sampled one of these the other day while Andy was gobbling them up.  Even Greg tried them!  “They are solid” he said happily.  I think it has been about 5 years since he’s…
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baking tip

butter Use  good quality unsalted butter.  That way you can control the amount of salt in your recipes.  If a recipe calls for softened butter – it means softened, not melted.  Butter should be malleable – not so soft it looks greasy.  Leave out for 20-30 minutes before you bake for best results.  If you leave out too long,…
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lemon blueberry buckle

Oh boy.  Another goodie!  Success after too many sweets that were failures…so happy this is good enough to write about.  So – a blueberry cake with a hint of lemon followed by streusel and then a zingy lemon syrup.  Yum.  How could it not be?  This is great for afternoon tea of morning brunch treat….
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peach streusel coffee cake

Deeeelicious!   So good, so summery, so delightful to much on when the sun is out and you know summer is coming!  I’m lucky to have found such good peaches this early – and although Greg really wanted cobbler, I took the easy way out and made an easy cake.  And wow, good decision.  Although…
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