A sandwich! Two slices of bread, with practically anything in the middle. The filling could be as elaborate as layers upon layers of sliced meats and roasted vegetables, smeared with relishes, jams, or spicy condiments…or as simple as a bit of nut butter and honey. However, if it doesn’t have bread on the outside, I… Continue reading Oh baby, it’s a sandwich!
Having lived most of my life at 1000 ft above sea level, or less, my first instinct when baking isn’t to consider the elevation of my oven. It did occur to me, too late, when I peeked in the oven to find a pan overflowing with batter. Oops! This wasn’t a total fail since the… Continue reading High-Altitude Muffin *FAIL*
Sometimes you have a memory of a certain food, or a snippet of a song, or catch a familiar aroma passing by – something that you’d like to grab hold of and re-experience. That sounds a little lofty as a lead-up to mini-quiche muffins, but when you are standing in 15 degree weather waiting for… Continue reading Bacon and Cheese Mini-Quiche Muffins
Adapted from Santa Fe Kitchens (The Museum of New Mexico Foundation) I made this recipe a few weeks ago as a casserole for a breakfast gathering, but thought it would also make good muffins. I was right! Each little muffin was a buttery, cheesy mouthful…not too egg-y…and the crust around the edges gives it more… Continue reading Chile Cheese Muffins