Imagine waking up on a chilly morning and beginning the day with a tender scone and a cup of tea. Not too sweet, this scone is studded with apricots and is even better slathered with some berry jam or lightly whipped cream.
In a medium bowl, whisk together the buttermilk, eggs and melted butter. In a separate bowl, whisk together the dry ingredients. Add the dry ingredients to the wet and whisk gently to combine, taking care not to over mix. Let…
This is the type of dish that goes perfectly with a chilly autumn day or a frosty winter afternoon. Braise them a day ahead and the flavor will deepen overnight in the refrigerator.
Beef chuck is from the shoulder, a hard-working flavorful muscle that requires long cooking to become tender so the flavor can really be appreciated.
Ohio’s wine industry was built on sweet wines from varietals like Niagara, Concord and Catawba and although winemakers are introducing more European-style dry wines, Ohioans still love their sweet wines. This sugary little white wine is 100 percent Niagara and labeled and named after Edith, the last of 130 dairy cows to be sold from Maize Valley’s dairy herd. (The proceeds were used to start up the winery.) Sips of sweet red wines are wonderful with chocolate desserts.
One of the best ways to showcase the taste of naturally sweet pure butter is in a shortbread cookie. Simple to make, they require only four ingredients and a light touch. Minimal handling of the dough will reward you with a finely pored cookie that has a tender, crumbly texture.
Here’s the secret to moist, tender cakes: oil. Whether olive or vegetable, oils are natural emulsifiers that work to improve texture and moistness, features you’ll find in this sweet and easy recipe that makes a terrific birthday cake.
A comforting meal on a cold winter’s day, this classic Hungarian inspired dish uses mixed chicken pieces so everyone—dark and white meat lovers—gets their favorite.
These are a straight-forward muffin using ingredients you have on hand. If you’re out of buttermilk, you can add white vinegar or lemon juice to milk to supply that tangy flavor.
The ingredients in this recipe are what you would expect in a crisp, but add a couple of tablespoons of candied ginger and wow—sweet, tart with a delightful kick in every bite! Let’s just say this isn’t your grandmother’s rhubarb crisp.