Month: September 2016

Blueberry Sauce
American, Dressings & Sauces

Blueberry Sauce

Sometimes, you just need a little Blueberry Sauce. When you make pancakes or french toast and are bored with maple syrup-use blueberry sauce. When that vanilla ice cream looks bare and you need a change from hot fudge-use blueberry sauce. When you want a change from orange or cherry sauce […]

French, Parve

All-Purpose Crêpes

Some of my fondest food memories are of savoring Crêpes Suzette being flamed at the table at a wonderful French restaurant. I enjoyed the elegance of the set up: the lightly cooked crêpes, the butter, the fresh orange juice, the orange zest, the sugar and the orange liqueur all lined […]

Baked Apples
American, Parve

Baked Apples

I’ve loved Baked Apples since I was a child. I love the texture- soft and smooth like applesauce; but firm enough to hold its shape. I love scraping the apple off the skin and then eating the skin by itself. There are so many variations of this wonderful dessert. You […]