The smell of this lovely warm bread filled the house with its notes of honey, wheat, & hemp. I got excited about having a slice or two with the stew I had made, and boy I was not disappointed once it was dinner time. This is a rather heavy and dense bread but it is perfect with a stew or even a soup on a chilly day. Its slightly sweet, a touch salty, and best severed warm. It would be amazing with some hemp butter or even honey butter to accent both in the bread… or even some hemp butter with a drizzle of honey as a sweet treat. I am for sure going to have to add this recipe into my Make Again category. It was so simple and very yummy!
Crunchy tomato mozzarella bread with warm delicious fried eggs that have a different twist to them. This meal is great for cold evenings, first thing in the morning or even a quick lunch for those who are pressed for time. It is hearty and filling so even the hubs approved of the meal.
We love beignets! it is one of our favorite easy deserts right up there with a good cinnamon roll. We love the warm pillowy plushness of each little Beignet, the airy pockets of spices and the sweet taste of the honey and sugar. It is great to make for a breakfast treat, served with coffee, or even as a mid day snack or an evening desert. There is no wrong time to serve these lovely little pastry delights.
When I say this was amazing, I mean it truly was mind blowing how good this turned out. It was creamy, melty, warm, and comforting just like a pot of homemade mac n cheese should be. This is on our make again list for sure!
We all enjoy a good crispy and warm pierogi, so when I saw this recipe I knew we had to give a try. Its simple, easy, and would be a great one to teach young children to make or even for a college student on a budget. With the meat, veggies, cheese, and warm pierogis is a hearty and satisfying meal that could easily make it on to anyone make again list. I know it did for us! We really enjoyed not only how easy it was but how good it was too.
This is one of my go-to soups for cold weather, and it is a family favorite. It is both hardy and flavorful, perfect when paired with some warm biscuits out of the oven or even some focaccia bread.
Simple Ground Turkey Rigatoni Soup: [ You could even do this in a crockpot- Just cook your meat first before tossing it into the crockpot] Ground Beef or Turkey [1-5 lbs] depending on how much you want to make.
The whole family will love this classic eggplant parmesan! Slices of tender eggplant coated in homemade breadcrumbs, and then layered with melted cheeses & rich marinara! Whether you’d like to bake or fry the eggplant, this recipe has a method for both.
I love a really good French Dip with a hot cup of Au Jus on the side to dip the sandwich into on a chilly day. While it does not get overly cold in Georgia, there are some times when there is a chill in the air and with fall setting in I needed to find some warm comfort food alternatives. I found a recipe that I thought was worth trying and I AM SO GLAD WE DID. This Mushroom French Dip Sandwich is not only affordable, it is delicious! If you do not have a lot of time to make the Au Jus yourself you can always sub it for a package of mushroom soup or even onion soup, just add water/ heat it on the stove and call it good.
On thing I adore about fall is the never ending inspiration I find in the kitchen. It is a time my Kitchen Witchery really kicks itself into high gear. A couple of years ago we decided that for “Thanksgiving”. We would make our own dinner rolls to share with the family. Well we did not have anyone come to share our feast but just our little family, which was sad but, we still enjoyed the love aroma that filled our household and ever since then, whenever we prepare a fest in celebration of Mabon, Samhain, or Yule even we make rolls or other handmade breads to go with the meals. This is one of our favorites we want to share with you. Homemade Yeast Dinner Rolls
Cinnamon rolls are something every household needs in the fall and winter, so we are sharing with you our favorite recipe, that we use frequently and what better way than to kick off Mabon than in the kitchen!