Maple Hot Toddies

By Eva Kosmas Flores Photo by Eva Kosmas Flores Once the air gets crisp and cool and all the leaves have fallen off the trees, like most folks, I tend to become a bit of a homebody and use it as an excuse to curl up by the fire, eat lots of comfort food, and … Continue reading “Maple Hot Toddies”

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Fall Recipe: Maple & Hazelnut Encrusted Pork

By Eva Kosmas Flores


Encrusted Pork
Photo by Eva Kosmas Flores

Fall has arrived, friends! And there’s no better way to enjoy it than with hearty comfort food. My favorite protein for fall is definitely pork, it just pairs so incredibly well with autumnal flavors like nuts, apples, and maple.

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Late Summer Recipe: Tortilla Soup

By Eva Kosmas Flores


Late Summer Recipe: Tortilla Soup
Photo by Eva Kosmas Flores

I love making tortilla soup for a quick and easy supper with garden-fresh tomatoes. It’s perfect for those late summer evenings when the fall air starts to creep in and make you crave something slightly cozier and heartier than the lighter fare you’ve been eating during the rest of the season.

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How to make Watermelon Sponge Cake

By Eva Kosmas Flores


Watermelon Sponge Cake
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It’s getting close to the hottest part of the summer, and nothing cuts through the heat like a ripe slice of watermelon.

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Peach & Raspberry Pie with White Chocolate Mascarpone

By Eva Kosmas Flores


Peach & Raspberry Pie with White Chocolate Mascarpone
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Raspberry season is upon us, and if you’ve ever gone raspberry picking before, you know that nothing beats the flavor of a freshly picked raspberry on a hot summer day.

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How to Make a Huckleberry Pie

By Eva Kosmas Flores


How to Make a Huckleberry Pie
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Could you tell it was summer pie season yet? I’m coming at you with another one of my favorite summer pastries, in the form of this classic huckleberry pie. Huckleberries grow wild along the northern United States, and they’re little berries that can range from black to red to purple depending on the variety and growing area.

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