• Butternut Squash, Brie, and Pancetta Turnovers

    So you probably aren’t having your typical Thanksgiving this year… I mean, what even is typical anymore? But whether you’re having a quarantine bubble feast, keeping it to just your household, or doing a solo meal, you still deserve great food! These butternut squash, brie, and pancetta turnovers are great food. They are perfectly autumnal, salty, sweet, and savory. And their small size makes them great for any size holiday! I’m keeping this one brief because I am a restaurant worker lucky enough to still be working through this, and pandemic or not, Thanksgiving is still the busiest time of year for a pie shop. I will leave you with…

  • Rosemary Goat Cheese Biscuits – A New Holiday Tradition

    Well, I didn’t get it out before Thanksgiving. Good news is you probably have a thousand holiday potlucks between now and the new year, so here’s one for the repertoire!   Holidays at my Grandma’s has always been a little nuts. My mother has 8 siblings, most of whom have multiple children, who now have children themselves. So it’s pretty crowded, to say the least, and gets more crowded every year as more cousins get married and reproduce (with other people, not with each other, it’s not that part of Missouri). So our Holiday meals don’t look like most families. We don’t sit around a table and politely pass dishes…