I just put a batch of hooks in the oven to cure, and I figured I would take this opportunity to share with you something else I recently put in the oven that is not polymer clay, but actual honest-to-goodness edible food. This time of year, there is always a little bit of buzz in […]Read More: Pumpkin (or Banana Maple) Muffins
It’s September. School starts next week. Even though it’s still hitting the 90-degree mark during the days, the mornings and evenings are starting to have that pleasant cool-crispness about them. It’s the time of year a girl can’t help thinking about cinnamon, ginger, and cloves. If you feel that way, too, why don’t you hop […]Read More: The wonder that is pumpkin bread
There’s just been so much juggling recently. It’s easy to let a few things fall to the floor. For the first time in at least twelve years, I dropped the ball on my First Day of Fall tradition. I didn’t make the pumpkin bread and pass it out to friends or teachers. I didn’t rotate […]Read More: Balls in the air, balls on the ground
Here in New Jersey, it’s not easy to tell that fall has arrived simply by looking around. Much of the scenery is still bathed in the verdant greenery of summer. When we walk to the bus stop in the morning, there are not yet piles of dead leaves for us to trample with a satisfying […]Read More: Good Morning, Fall!
Ingredients 3 1/2 cups 2 teaspoons 1 teaspoon 1/2 teaspoon 1 teaspoon 1 teaspoon 3 cups 1/2 cup 4 2 1/2 cups 1/4 cup All-purpose flour Baking soda Salt Baking powder Cinnamon Pumpkin pie spice Sugar Cooking oil Eggs, or equivalent egg substitute Canned pumpkin Water Directions In a large mixing bowl combine the […]Read More: My Best Pumpkin Bread