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Buttermilk Pie for Pi(e) Day

Today is Pi(e) Day – so named because March 14th (3-14) corresponds to the mathematical concept of “pi” (3.14). Can you tell that I liked math in school? Actually, back in high school we always celebrated this day in my math classes. While I don’t want to come right out and admit how much of a math geek I was, I will say that I ... Read More »

Buttermilk Scones with Dried Cherries

I like a good scone. Unfortunately, a good scone outside of the kitchen seems to be rather difficult to come by these days. I know this is not true for many people for two reasons: you might have a particular bakery you frequent that makes nice ones or you have different scone standards than I do. Let me say that having one bakery that does ... Read More »

Neopolitan Buttermilk Cupcakes

I look forward to blogging events. It’s like going to a party where everyone has a little present for everyone else. Of course, this is because I, like so many other food bloggers, love food. Once a theme is anounced, I start brainstorming what I’ll make. Cupcakes (or muffins) were a great choice by Maki. They’re already like little presents. Ok, enough with the present ... Read More »

Honey Buttermilk Bread

I have decided that buttermilk is a great thing to have around the house now. I like using it for breads and things. It gives everything a really good flavor, adding a buttery richness and the tang of sour cream or yogurt. I was inspired to make bread in a loaf pan by Kelli at Culinary Epiphanies. I rarely use a loaf pan for bread, ... Read More »

Sunday Brunch: Buttermilk Pancakes

Another lovely Sunday brunch. Pancakes are always a good option for breakfast. It only takes a few minutes to whip up the batter and a few more before they’re done. I love baked goods, too – muffins, scones, etc – but prefer not to have the wait for them to be ready early in the morning. I like to eat breakfast first thing and am ... Read More »

Sunday Brunch: Buttermilk Waffles

This morning I made brunch for my parents using the waffle iron my mother got for Christmas. I believe their old waffle iron was at least ten years old. It worked, but had a variety of problems including the lack of an indicator light of any sort. It was difficult to tell how long it needed to heat up and when the waffle was finished ... Read More »

Buttermilk Gingerbread

Holiday baking madness continues! Actually, this hardly constitutes holiday baking as I made it for myself, as a reward for the rest of the baking I’ve been doing. The holiday season has put me in a mood for spicy food – not chili pepper spicy, but ginger/cloves spicy. Hence, gingerbread. I have never made gingerbread before as I am a little intimidated by molasses. Don’t ... Read More »

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