Casie Buck, the owner of Oaklea Mansion Bed and Breakfast in Winnsboro, has shared her recipe for chewy, delicious cranberry-banana breakfast cookies that could be the perfect thing to have on hand during the busy holidays.
This week’s picks are all from the same Friday and in just a few hours. Jeff did manage to find five items on his own. Steph enjoyed the stories this week, as always, and sharing a very old Canadian find.
Here’s a wonderful, easy to make, delicious cake for fall: pumpkin crunch cake! It’s got all the cinnamon flavor you love, plus the richness of pumpkin and the crunchy topping of walnuts or pecans, whichever you prefer. It all works together to make one of our favorite cooler-weather cakes.
Food writer Julie Powell, who became an internet darling after blogging for a year about making every recipe in Julia Child’s “Mastering the Art of French Cooking,” leading to a book deal and a film adaptation, has died. She was 49.
The idea of caramel apples, cinnamon, and warm rolls combining to make a luscious dessert or breakfast bake is so enticing...and the smell will fill your whole house with an apple-cinnamon fragrance everyone craves in the fall.
This week on East Texas Kitchen Pickin’, Jeff brings a piece of East Texas, Hollywood, and a big ugly/beautiful appliance from the 1970s. Plus Steph has a 70-year-old treasure from a junk sale in Wood County.
This chili sounds unusual, but when you try it, you will see why it becomes a favorite so quickly; the flavors are a perfect blend, and with fall weather on the way soon (we hope!) it’s a great time to try it!
March is National Nutrition Month, and our guest knows a lot about nutrition. Kinsey Thompson, the nutrition education manager with the East Texas Food Bank, shared a delicious and simple recipe for turkey tacos you can enjoy anytime.
All Old Europe Cheese brie and Camembert products with best-by dates through Dec. 14 were under recall, sold under 24 different brand names including Fresh Thyme, Joan of Arc, La Bonne Vie and Reny Picot.