Panini with Prosciutto, Fontina, Spinach and Slow-Roasted Tomatoes

Panini with Prosciutto, Fontina, Spinach and Slow-Roasted Tomatoes - Andrea Meyers

One of my quick weeknight meal inspiration sites is Panini Happy, run by my friend Kathy. We met at BlogHer last summer and I have been impressed with her and her site from the beginning. Kathy is in love with her panini grill and it shows in her creative sandwiches. Even if your average weeknight… 

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Live Blogging: The Daring Bakers Make Lavash

Lavash Bread Recipe - Andrea Meyers

Today is posting day for the monthly Daring Bakers challenge, and I’m live blogging the challenge. This month our hosts Shel of Musings from the Fish Bowl and Natalie of Gluten A Go Go chose an alternative challenge for us: vegan and/or gluten-free lavash crackers from Peter Reinhart’s The Bread Baker’s Apprentice with vegan and… 

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The Daring Bakers Make Tender Potato Bread

Tanna of the wonderful cooking blog The Half Cup chose the challenge item for this month, a delicious bread that can be shaped in many different ways. As the name suggests, the bread is tender and quite flavorful, and it’s one that I enjoyed making, so I’m sending a big THANK YOU to Tanna for… 

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Maple Pecan Granola

Andrea Meyers - Maple Pecan Granola

Michael’s parents celebrated Christmas with us this year, and as usual they brought some of our favorite foods from New York, including Harrison Bakery pumpernickel bread, Polish kielbasa, and his mother’s delicious Christmas cookies. This time they also brought us a half gallon of organic maple syrup from Adirondack Maple Farms in Fonda, NY. It… 

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Maple Oatmeal Scones

Maple Oatmeal Scones Recipe - Andrea Meyers

Ina Garten’s recipes doesn’t skimp on flavor, and these tasty scones are no exception. With a full pound of butter and about a million calories in each one (ok, maybe not a million…) these probably shouldn’t be in the regular breakfast repertoire, but they make a wonderful treat for a weekend brunch party. It’s an… 

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