For as long as I can remember, apple crisp was our weeknight dessert—and my family (and I) couldn’t be happier!
There’s just something about the warmth of apples spiced with cinnamon and topped with a crunchy topping that’s satisfying at the end of a long day. Lately, I’ve been playing around with the streusel. Instead of making the classic kind with my flour blend, Silvana’s Kitchen Gluten-Free All-Purpose Flour—like I do for Isaiah’s favorite Pumpkin Muffins, a recipe from my first book, Cooking for Isaiah—I decided to switch things up and use cookie crumbs instead.READ MORE »
Dairy-Free, Desserts, Fall, Gluten-Free, Healthy, Home Featured, Winter
My Mom is famous for her meatloaf. I should know. I grew up eating it at least once a week. It was, after all, part of her repertoire of revolving weeknight dishes. As a kid, I remember wondering why she always cooked up the same slurry of meals. Yes, every now and then, she would divert from her recipe rolodex and venture out into the unknown recipe world. But for the most part, she stuck to her tried-and-true plan.READ MORE »
"I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart, from one mom to another. Cooking for Isaiah is the modern-day version of Joy of Cooking that every woman should receive at her wedding." —Amanda H.