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Archive for December, 2010

Roasted chestnuts

roasted chestnuts

I have been wanting to share something festive and easy to make for the holidays and when I saw chestnuts at the shop today, I wondered how I could have forgotten them. I adore chestnuts and usually roast a tray, cook them with sweet brown rice, or make a soup at least once during late fall and winter. (more…)

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freshly baked scone

Ever since the beginning of fall I have been craving a good scone, one that’s naturally sweet, light and buttery to accompany a good, hot cup of  tea. You can enjoy the scones here without jam and cream or butter.  They are what I call American style scones. American scones usually have fruit and/or nuts stirred into the batter and are best eaten plain, very different from the whole wheat version of my grandmother’s scones that I made last fall. (more…)

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