Sour Cream Coffee Cake

This sour cream coffee cake is great for Spring lunches and brunches. Or, it is great as a pick-me-up snack with coffee or tea. Even though this recipe is half the size of the original 13x9-inch recipe, it can still be too large for smaller needs. When you bake it in...

Rhubarb Custard Pie

Use this recipe with rhubarb in Spring and with peaches in summer. Peaches work similar to rhubarb in recipes so if your rhubarb supply is passed, try it with peaches. I have kept the sugar minimal which may be a little tart for some of you with rhubarb but should be...

Refreshing Lime Bars

Citrus fruits make refreshing additions to summer entertaining. These bars that taste similar to Lemon Bars have a refreshing flavor with less sugar. They are sure to be a treat with iced tea or lemonade in the weeks ahead. Enjoy!   REFRESHING LIME BARS  ...

From my Kitchen… 

 

—I recently prepared a double recipe of the Crust-less Quiche recipe in the 9inch square pan. Even with the turntable turned off, it cooked nicely on the Low-Mix combination, rotating the dish once. The Egg Bake cut nicely with the narrow silicone spatula and removed from the dish easily with the wide spatula. A 13×9-inch pan of caramel rolls was prepared in the deep 10.5-inch silicone pan and it baked perfectly on the convection setting. Most things that cook in a 13×9-inch pan can be cooked in the deep round silicone pan and then it turns freely in the ovens with turntables. 

—In a recent class, several participants were getting together one evening for dinner and they were each making something from one of the microwave-convection cookbooks that they had just purchased. I was not there long enough to hear about their results, but I thought what a good way to learn together and share cooking experiences. Soups and casseroles are great for winter dining. Make extras and freeze in meal-sized quantities for enjoying at another meal.  

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