Articles Tagged blueberries

Whole Wheat Pumpkin Seed Waffles

Do you have a weekend staple breakfast — that recipe that everyone requests on Saturday morning? In our house it’s waffles. The resident 5-year-old is a waffle fanatic. Who could blame her? Waffles are magical crispy pillowy bites of amazingness. If I didn’t make them myself, I’d swear only pink unicorns with rainbow laser beam eyes could make such greatness. Even when I was a kid I loved waffles. My parents didn’t cook often and we certainly didn’t have a waffle maker so every Saturday morning, I’d sneak over to my neighbor’s house in my pjs for the best Belgian waffles

Blueberry Galette with Cornmeal Thyme Crust

This past weekend was filled with grills, smokers, and meat. I was developing two grilling recipes for a client, searing ribs for the hell of it (plus they were on sale at Whole Foods), and working on a post about smoked chicken tacos for Jamie Oliver. I was one hot mess of sweaty smelling smoke with a camera when I got the brilliant idea to add flame to the fire and bake a pie to go along with all of this glorious food. But with one look at the state of my kitchen, I knew that slaving in front of a dirty

blueberry goat cheese pizza

Blueberries are my family’s “go-to” snack during summer. My daughter eats them so much that I tease her she will one day become a blueberry! Because it’s National Blueberry Month I’m going to share her favorite blueberry recipe (besides a smoothie that is) with you. Blueberry Pizza with Honeyed Goat Cheese and Prosciutto is a sweet and savory “pizza” quickly made on naan and devoured just as fast. The combination of lucious blueberries bursting in your mouth with sweet tangy goat cheese, salty prosciutto, and a hint of thyme is one not to be rivaled. When I first made this


blueberry pie…on a stick

17 | February 21, 2011

This post is dedicated to my little brother that is currently stationed in Afghanistan and who’s proven theory in life is that everything tastes better on a “steeeek.” Sorry, it’s an inside joke. I saw these many years ago in a little bakery in Dallas and the idea has stuck in my head since then. It wasn’t until this past weekend when we were spending time at the ranch that I remembered these little delights. My mother-in-law had taken Mia to the neighboring ranch for a visit and upon their return my 2 year-old little girl had a new word,

I ran out of blueberry puree for Mia and she is now holding my cat for ransom. Poor Athens. I dropped everything I was doing (so laundry will get done later, woo hoo I lead an exciting life these days, a lot different than the days at the magazine or being on tour with my husband in his musician days la la la….enough rambling) what was I saying, oh yeah, I dropped everything and threw this together. She’s old enough now that I mix this with yogurt or a protein. It’s good even if your baby is pass the stage

Without fail yogurt will always end up on her face, clothes, floor and in her hair. It is unavoidable. Blueberry – Pear – Thyme Yogurt (stage 3 food 8 to 12 months) · a little bears favorite 1 oz. blueberry, pear, and thyme puree (see recipe below) 2 oz. whole organic yogurt mix and serve Blueberry – Pear – Thyme Puree (stage 2 food 6 to 8 months) 1 cup frozen blueberries 1/4 cup of water 3/4 cup pears mashed or pureed 4 sprigs of fresh thyme Bring water to a boil and add blueberries. Simmer for 15 minutes or