Mini Monkey Breads

The title given this recipe on the blog where I found it (“Top With Cinnamon”… a delight) was “Quick Mini Monkey Breads”. And while the end product IS a miniature monkey bread, in my case there was nothing quick about it. Whether it’s just me, or whether Top With Cinnamon’s author is one of those […]

Newfoundland White Bread

“I am going to learn to make bread to-morrow. So you may imagine me with my sleeves rolled up, mixing flour, milk, saleratus, etc., with a deal of grace. I advise you if you don’t know how to make the staff of life to learn with dispatch.” Emily Dickinson Newfoundland. Not only is it a […]

Cheddar Dill Popovers

“Yurski burski popovers kaboofed.” -The Swedish Chef I think pretty much everyone can agree that people these days have developed an unhealthy obsession with convenience. Nothing can be fast enough or easy enough for us. I’m as guilty as the next person of falling prey to this way of thinking, but I also have a […]

Garlic Parmesan Pull-Apart Bread

“Be faithful in small things because it is in them that your strength lies.” -Mother Theresa There comes a time in the life of every individual when they begin to ask certain questions of themselves and of the world. What am I here for? What does it all mean? And do I really need a […]


Recipes that bear the distinguishment of having come from one’s grandmother somehow seem more appealing than any other kind. I am convinced that this is a fact which, in short, is why I’m pleased-as-punch to inform you that the following is my Grandma’s recipe. It is for limpa, a traditional Swedish rye bread. It isn’t […]

Braided Bread

You know what my bread and butter is? Bread and butter. I first attempted this recipe for braided bread a few weeks ago (I probably would have made a post for it a few weeks ago, but prolonged technical difficulties prevented it.) I unearthed it over at Made and decided it would be a nice […]