I am so glad I joined this cookbook challenge!
Here’s Darlene’s recipe!
The month of April featured The Moosewood Cookbook, any version. My choice was from a well-used copy of New Recipes from Moosewood Restaurant, one of my favourite cookbooks. Check out Bernadette’s site for some of the other recipes for April. There were so many […]
Cookbook Confidential Club: Pineapple Cornmeal Muffins — Darlene Foster’s Blog
I’ve got a recipe review as part of next month’s cookbook confidential, but I’ve also shared a few of the past offers as well:
This Ratatouille is something I made, and the Cookbook Confidential Club also had a great one – see it here!
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I am delighted to be featured on Bite Eat Repeat!! Thanks so much.
It looks great! There are only a few ways I enjoy pineapple – not afraid to shout out that pizza is one of them – but usually too sweet for me but this looks like a great combo as I love cornmeal!!!!
I know what you mean. The combo is surprisingly good and not too sweet at all.
John, thanks for writing about our cookbook club. I must admit that your ratatouille is so much prettier than mine.
Oh no, that’s not why I shared that story! Thomas Kellyer’s biyaldi is a classic preparation of his and was used in the film “Ratatouille” -t’s a very specific way to make the dish, I wasn’t trying to show up your dish at all! I apologize that it came across this way
I didn’t think that for one minute. The compliment came from the heart. I love really pretty presentations.
Just wanted to make sure as that wasn’t my intent!
Darlene’s muffins look and sound wonderful 🙂
I would eat those, they look delicious.
Best wishes, Pete.
the muffins sound delish and the ratatouille is food art