Old Fashioned Peach Cobbler

This old fashioned homestyle cobbler is the one I grew-up eating.  I can recall thinking that my Momma made the best cobbler ever, and I still think her cobbler is the best.  At times she would use fresh peaches as I am in this recipe but, in those seasons when fresh peaches weren't readily available she would use frozen or canned peaches.


I can vividly remember seeing her put the butter into the baking dish and then into the oven while it was preheating to melt. There was no microwave in our kitchen.  So, even though I have a microwave, I still melt the butter in the dish just like she did.  It's such a sweet memory for me and I love making it for my own children. It always hits the sweet spot.

Plum Tomato Tart

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Irresistible Plum Tomato Tart

This irresistible plum tomato tart starts with a savory buttery crust and ends with gooey cheese and sweet plum tomatoes.  It's perfect for serving anytime of the year and it's a true feast for the senses. This tart can be cut into different size pieces depending on how you're serving it.



Cut into small squares and serve as an appetizer, or cut into larger pieces to serve as a light main course with a salad.  Ideal for breakfast, brunch, lunch or supper it's irresistibly delicious any time of day.

Boston Cream Layer Cake

I really love Boston Cream Pie.  I especially love that it's really a chocolate covered cake filled with pastry cream.  What's not to love, right?   This 3-layer cake is how I enjoy making it to get the full fledged cake experience.


You can buy ready-made desserts anywhere and everywhere, but to make them from scratch really shows the love, doesn't it?  Store this cake chilled, and enjoy every drop of the ganache waterfall poured over the top.  It's a Boston Pie cake lovers dream.

Cinnamon Caramel Macchiato Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting

Enjoying coffee on warm Summer days can be a challenge. The perfect solution is iced coffee. It's the best of both worlds. For a really fun twist, I enjoy making cupcakes using iced coffee in place of the water or milk called for in the recipe. That's exactly how these cupcakes came to life.


Even though I love baking from scratch and do so most often, these cupcakes are so delectable, no one will ever guess you started with a boxed cake mix. Just a few simple ingredient adjustments and voila, a cupcake that provides the perfect accompaniment to a tall glass of Caramel Macchiato Iced Coffee. It's superb any time of day.

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