A warming and comforting dish.
A fruit bowl sat on my kitchen counter overflowing with ripe white peaches and I was feeling uninspired at best. Their sweet, sticky smell suggested that if not eaten quickly, it’d be too late. I couldn’t risk losing them to the fruit flies.
After what seemed to be a particularly long winter, the sun has finally emerged here in New York (of course, with a fair share of rainy spring days along with it). Henry and I have been working furiously at our house, trying to get ready to move in next month. It has been a long, trying process – one with many obstacles and countless frustrations. Though, we are finally seeing the promise of a light at the end of the tunnel this spring, which feels fitting amid a season of new beginnings.
Hi friends! It has been a while.
I’m here to share a delicious breakfast treat just in time for Mother’s Day – fluffy, sugared, blueberry-filled doughnuts. If you’ve never made yeasted doughnuts, have no fear. They take some patience, but in fact are quite simple. And, is there really a better present for mom than a quiet morning in bed with coffee and a basket of warm, homemade doughnuts? I think not.