Hello everyone, hope you're doing well! We usually have pizza Friday at our home. It's been a tradition of ours for 25 years. Once in awhile we change it up and make a small flatbread. I come up with different variations for the topping. I enjoy working with different ingredients. For this flatbread I used… Continue reading Flatbread Friday
Welcome to Cloches and Lavender, today I would like to share a recipe for crispy French toast. Quite a few years ago my husband was at a breakfast meeting in Westchester, NY. He came home and mentioned how great his breakfast was and if I could make something similar, I was happy to give it… Continue reading Crispy French Toast
Saturday we had my family over. I love these gatherings, because I enjoy their company and second they love to eat. It makes me happy to feed people; especially because I love to cook and bake. Everyone of them loves my Thanksgiving stuffing. It has incredible flavor and texture. Well, truth, it's not my recipe… Continue reading Turkey Sausage Stuffing Meatloaf
I came up with an idea for an icebox cake. My brother and sister-in-law love my Pistachio White Macadamia Nut cookies. I decided to turn that into an icebox cake. The key to homemade whipped cream is having everything cold. I always put the bowl & whisk for the mixer in the freezer to get… Continue reading Easy and Oh So Good
Hey everyone, it's me Reeses taking Momma's blog over for a minute. I have not been a happy pup. First, I have to deal with this very hot humid weather. Peanut and I don't even want to go outside and we haven't chased each other around our puppy run in weeks. As if that isn't bad… Continue reading Not Happy and Momma Makes Bread!
Recently we had friends over for dinner. I wanted to make a nice easy meal and wanted it to have great Italian flavor. Now remember, I am not a food blogger so the pictures aren't going to be perfect. My cooking is purely because I LOVE it and I enjoy feeding people. I chose Broccoli rabe … Continue reading Friends for Dinner
For about 20 years John and I have enjoyed "Pizza Friday," we love the tradition. We try to change it up from regular red pizza to white one once in a while. When making white pizza it is a good idea to cook the dough for a bout six minutes 400 degrees. This allows… Continue reading Pizza Friday