Originally from a Junior League of Austin cookbook, this version has double the lemon goo as the original recipe. Feel free to omit the icing; this is the Pegster’s preference. But I needed extra sugar this month.
Random Musings on Muffins, Berry Picking, and Ina
I have been blueberry picking twice in my 56 years, and both times were a trip.
Skinny Cauliflower that Tastes Fat
In my first year of marriage, I gained 20 pounds. I had dieted leading up to my wedding day, so that, in the cherished tradition of my female forebears, I could crow for the rest of my life “I weighed (insert weight never to be achieved again) on my wedding […]
The Incredible, Edible Soufflé
This recipe really, truly, involves dumping a bunch of pedestrian ingredients into a blender, pouring the mixture into a soufflé dish, baking for 45 minutes, then serving a perfectly-risen soufflé to a chorus of oohs and ahhs
Venture with Me to India: North Indian Chicken Curry
North Indian Chicken Curry is a significant time investment that yields spectacular flavor dividends.
Cucumber Salad, a la Audubon Park Elementary
The perfect summer picnic salad and barbecue go-with. You will not make up a fake allergy to avoid eating this.
A Sweet Gig: Jordan Marsh & Key Lime Pie
This perfect summer dessert evokes sweet memories of my first paid job.
The Easter Bunny Visits the Strawberry Kitchen (to make the World’s Best Egg Salad)
The only advantage of having COVID at Eastertime is that the Easter Bunny hops by for a visit, prior to his big night of hiding eggs, to wish you well. Who knew?
A Super Bowl of Chili
This turkey chili will make you do the wave with jazz hands.