When a customer came in looking for a cast iron pan to make a special apple dessert, we just had to have the recipe. We were delighted to find out that it was probably also the easiest apple pie we'd ever heard of! Instead of writing the recipe down for us, the customer promised to send it along through the mail...and she did! It comes from the September 2011 Southern Living Magazine, and it looks delicious. Easy Skillet Apple Pie Makes: 8 to 10 servingsHands-on Time: 20 minutesTotal Time: 1 hour 50 minutes 2 lb Granny Smith apples2 lb Braeburn apples1 tsp ground cinnamon3/4 cup granulated sugar1/2 cup butter1 cup firmly packed brown sugar1 (14.1-oz.) package refrigerated pie crusts1 egg... Read more
Fermentation is one of the oldest ways of preserving food. The Kilner Fermentation Set makes it easy to ferment at home! Check out the easy recipe, then stop in or find us online to purchase your own fermentation jar. Fermented Red Cabbage and Apple 1 head of purple cabbage, thinly sliced3 apples (1/2 lb), cored and grated15 Juniper berries, crushed22 Coriander seeds, crushed2 Tbsp Sea Salt 1. Add all ingredients into a large bowl, sprinkle with the salt. 2. Using a muddler, wooden spoon, or clean hands mix the cabbage, apple and spices for about 10 minutes. This releases liquid and creates a natural brine for the cabbage to ferment in. Continue until you have enough liquid to cover the... Read more
Are you looking for the perfect gift for someone who would appreciate a gift that isn't candy or chocolate? Let's face it, we're all on a bit of a sugar high during the holiday season! A gift box of Washington Apples is the perfect way to show you care. Easy to share, and delicious to snack on, you can can choose to send Red Delicious, Fuji, Gala or a variety! And if you do decide you want to sweeten it up a bit, you can add Papa Dave's Homemade Fudge to any of our apple gift packs! Read more
In January, while at the Dallas Wholesale Gift Market, Dave and I walked the Gourmet Food section. We are always looking for new food products that taste good, work well in our custom gift baskets, and are convenient for entertaining. We were so pleased to discover a family owned business called Soberdough. We tasted six of their beer breads, and they were all delicious. As soon as we tasted them we knew our customers would love the flavors, and were already pairing them in our minds with soups, chilies and salads. They even had a breakfast/dessert beer bread that we loved: Apple Fritter! Of course, that was the one I chose to make first. These are called beer breads,... Read more
Well, I've got good news and I've got bad news. The good news is, we are FINALLY remodeling our kitchen and upstairs living area!! The bad news is, we are currently living in our basement. The good news is that I have a hair dressing studio in my basement, so I have room for a makeshift kitchen space. The bad news is my husband did not like the idea of using my shampoo bowl for a sink, so I place a dish pan inside the sink for cleaning. We really enjoy entertaining, and we also love to watch American Idol each week. Our good friends love to watch as well, and since good friends don't mind cramped quarters, we invited... Read more
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