Kindred Milk Bread ~Frugal Hausfrau

There are times you can’t help yourself, you just have to make a recipe – and this is one of those times! This is Kindred’s Milk Bread. It’s served at Kindred Restaurant in Davidson, North Carolina to every dinner table. It’s a beautiful thing, this bread. Make it – I promise you you’ll love it! via…

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Thai Week’s Chicken Satay: Simply Classic

Today we begin our week into the exploration of Thai Cuisine. Thai fare simply bursts with flavors; sweet, sour, salty, astringent and spicy; which according to Ayurveda are vital components to completely satisfy our senses including the palate. Today, we start with a classic appetizer; satay. This recipe uses chicken, but feel free to substitute…

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Got Milk? Then You Got Ricotta in Less Than an Hour!

What happens when you find the perfect ricotta recipe and there’s none to be found? Solution! Make your own! Yes, you can do it! I’ve done it several times and actually prefer the creamy texture and smooth, soft, rich taste to any store bought. I’d like to share a simple recipe courtesy of one of…

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Guest Chef Wednesday! Bethany’s Grandma’s Sweet Buttermilk Cornbread

In my opinion, few things pair better with a large steaming hot bowl of chili than Cornbread! Today’s delicious offering is from our friend Bethany who gathered it from her Grandmother who collected it from “her” Grandmother; it’s that memorable and delicious! With buttermilk and a few simple ingredients hiding in your kitchen, the end…

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Clementine Cardamom Torte: Luscious, Moist, Gluten-Free & Paleo Friendly

Lovely hues of fall; this is what the batter is reminiscent of. Deep shades of orange bring out the colors and flavors of this lovely dense, moist delectable cake. It is made sans glutens and only with natural, Paleo friendly ingredients. If you’re die-hard Paleo and concerned about the small amount of baking powder, simply…

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Cantaloupe Banana Honey Yogurt Chia Cooler

Here’s a healthy, energy-filled and nutritious way to cool down during these end days of summer. Sigh, yes, I said “end” Or at least “ending.” Melons are so plentiful right now so seize the opportunity to enjoy cool and refreshing melon coolers. Watermelon, casaba, honeydew and other melons in season work just as nicely. The…

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