My contribution to the progressive dinner is, of course, a bread recipe! This recipe makes 3 large, rich, buttery loaves. I love to braid the loaves for a festive appearance and sometimes sprinkle them with poppy or sesame seeds. If you want to be even awesomer, you can make 2 double braided loaves. Continue reading
November 26 – Shannon of Growing Slower will be creating a delicious salad to share with us.
December 10 – Chara of Stiching Hearts Together and I will be sharing two delightful homemade breads.
December 17 – Katie S. of Nourishing Simplicity will be sharing a main dish that has been a family favorite for years.
Come back here each week for updated links to each host’s contribution. We also want you to join us in the holiday fun. How does a real food recipe exchange sound? Each host will have a link-up live on her post where you can share your favorite holiday courses or grab some new recipes to try!
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Well, the other day dawned overcast and in the 60’s. It’s been mostly high 70’s & 80’s still in this part of the country, so the urge to bake was too strong to resist. And since I still haven’t baked anything pumpkin, this afternoon I decided to come up with a recipe for pumpkin pound cake. Now I know there are probably thousands of pumpkin recipes on the internet, but I like to play in the kitchen. It’s what I do. So that’s what I did. And I have to say that this is going to be a hit with my friends and family! Continue reading