Grab an Apron and Let’s get cookin!
|“Spumoni” Chocolate, cherry, pistachio cookie dough|
Still 2 spaces left! We’re making:
Brown butter pecan shortbreads (think pecan sandies)
Crunchy thin ginger snaps (my favorite)
Chocolate pistachio which can be made into spumoni cookies
Lemon cornmeal jam thumbprints with my blackberry jam
Hazelnut Linzer cookies filled with my raspberry jam
Peanut butter pillows (peanut butter cookies stuffed with peanut butter or chocolate filling)
Pinwheels and checkerboards … chocolate, vanilla, date/walnut, cranberry, etc.
and then crackers:
Aunt Mary’s cheese things
Shop local for the holidays in Haw Creek! I’ll have my 10 cookbooks for sale and hubby, Wayne Erbsen has a bazillion old-time and bluegrass music instruction, civil war, railroad, etc. books all at a 10 % discount. You can also pick up local honey and hand-blown glass ornaments made by our friends. Most everything is priced below $10!! There will be a live bluegrass music jam, half-hourly raffle door-prizes,and hearth-side old-time food and beverages from my cookbooks. Bring the whole family! For directions, email me. firstname.lastname@example.org
Bake fabulous and easy whole grain artisan breads just like great-great-great grandma used to do. We’ll use cast iron pots to bake two types of breads in your home oven that will change your life (!) The first will be an unkneaded bread that makes a dandy pizza as well as an exciting exploding cheese volcano bread. The second type of bread will be a kneaded bread that serves as an example of how to bake any bread in an iron pot. Dinner will be roasted winter veggie topped pizza, salad and wine.
You’ll need a cast iron dutch oven size 3 1/2 or 5 quart or a ceramic cloche to make these breads. Enameled cast iron will do as well.
A copy of my new book, Aunt Barb’s Bread Book is included.
PS Here’s a cinnamon roll pan bread you can make out of the kneaded dough in case you don’t have a dutch oven.
Blackout! Hearth/Campfire Cooking for Fun or Snow-storm
|Campfire “forgotten” pork|
|English muffins in the Lodge Drop-biscuit pan|
|Cheesy herbed popover|