Tag Archives: whole wheat

Poppy Seed Thumbprints

Over the past couple of weeks I’ve been super-busy at work, and blogging has fallen by the wayside.  But baking and crafting haven’t!  This coming week, I plan to post a pattern I created for a basic, cozy cowl, knit in the round.  In the meantime, please enjoy this simple, hearty cookie recipe, perfect for […]

Raspberry Jam Cookies

For those of you who envy my baking-filled, knittastic lifestyle, I have a guilty admission for you: I sometimes fall down on the job.  I bet you are absolutely shocked.  The plague that I complained about a couple of posts ago caught up with me even more, and I didn’t bake what I had planned […]

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Super-Honey Whole Wheat Pound Cake

As I mentioned in the previous entry, afternoon tea has been a big success for us.  I like an excuse to bake frilly things like cakes and scones, as well as having a snack when my husband and I get home rather than having to plunge right into making dinner.  And when I’m exhausted (which, […]

Starting Starter

I’ve been excited to bake a loaf of bread with the hard red wheat flour that I picked up at the farmers’ market last weekend.  To make it really special (or, alternatively, a total flop), I decided to give sourdough a try! When I say sourdough, don’t assume that I mean the actually sour-flavored bread […]

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Scarves and Sauces

My trapped bar scarf feels like it’s knitting up incredibly slowly.  I knew that it would from reading comments on the pattern; it’s a 1×1 rib.  Still, I feel like I’m making good progress.  My friend Ellen held a “Crafterday” at her house, where we watched Lord of the Rings and knit/crocheted.  We got through […]

Honey Oat Scone

Honey Oat Scones

Meanwhile, back at the ranch (since “back at the 4th-floor walkup” doesn’t have the same ring to it), my husband has requested scones.  The recipe I used is based on a Bon Appetit shortcake recipe, but since I can’t leave well enough alone, I obviously had to make some changes.  Of course, the fact that […]

Frankencookies

When I was despairing of the rate at which I was going through Kashi Oatmeal Dark Chocolate cookies – those things aren’t cheap! – I felt inspired to try to bake some of my own.  Recipes I found searching online were complex and required more ingredients than I felt like dealing with.  Anyway, an exact […]