What’s not to love? Easy buttermilk biscuits drowning in a rich and creamy sausage gravy make for a meal everyone is sure to enjoy.
If I had to pick a last breakfast, it would most definitely be biscuits and gravy. I can still remember my first taste the morning after a sleepover at a friend’s house, and I’ve been hooked ever since.
If it’s on the menu it’s always the dish I order, it’s on a regular rotation at our house, and I’m not even kidding when I say that I sometimes dream of biscuits and gravy. Totally hooked.
This cherry chip cake, smothered in a fluffy whipped vanilla buttercream, is a homemade version of a boxed cake mix favorite. It’s also the perfect birthday cake for yours truly!
Growing up my mom let us choose what flavor of birthday cake we wanted. The bakery aisle at the grocery store had an endless selection of scrumptious looking cake mixes, and while many of my siblings chose the ever popular rainbow chip, I was always drawn to its less flashier shelf-mate, cherry chip.
This garlicky spin on classic ciabatta bread, with it’s chewy and porous texture, is perfect for sandwiches and mopping up sauce.
Thanks to my partnership with Red Star Yeast over the last few years, I have made huge strides in my bread baking. What once scared me to death, I now feel like I can almost do in my sleep. It’s incredible what practice can do. That being said, I still have a lot to learn and many more recipes to explore.
So when Red Star Yeast approached me about developing a ciabatta bread recipe, I jumped at the chance to stretch my comfort zone even farther.