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Wordless Wednesday, Sugar Cookies!


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Sunday Supper Suggestion, Ice Cream Sundae, with homemade Chocolate Syrup, Peanut Butter and Sliced Bananas!

Celebrate the family with your own Sunday Supper. Sunday Supper is one of our favorite ways to bring the family together! We offer the following suggestion, and hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

With the weather getting warmer, ice cream is always a welcome treat. My homemade chocolate syrup is delicious and so easy to make. And with that statement, I must share with you one of my favorite ways to have ice cream.....

Peanut Butter Banana and Chocolate Syrup Ice Cream Sundae
by the seat of my pants

peanut butter
ripe banana(s)
vanilla ice cream
favorite chocolate syrup or our homemade chocolate syrup 

step 1:

spread a spoonful of peanut butter in the bottom of your bowl.

step 2:

add a scoop of vanilla ice cream

step 3:

top with banana slices

step 4:

drizzle with chocolate syrup

step 5:

garnish with whipped cream if desired, and I usually desire...

step 6:


this one was is for our granddaughter!

Enjoy!

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Simple Sweet Pickle Slices, sweet, sour and crunchy!

Welcome to Our Sunday Café, we are pleased you stopped by for a visit. Today we are offering another delicious recipe from our kitchen. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did…

This is really too easy to call it a recipe, but we will. These are so good! Honestly, if someone had told me that all you had to do was throw some cucumber slices in a jar, let it cool briefly and refrigerate overnight, I might not have listened.

But honestly, all you have to do is, throw some slices of cucumber into a jar...

Easy to make Summer Cucumber Pickle, sweet, sour and crunchy!
Summer Cucumber Pickle, sweet, sour and crunchy!

Simple Sweet Pickle Slices
adapted from: every southern cook, ever!
makes 1 quart, double for 2 quarts and for picnics!

NOTE: this is not a processed product, all you need is the magic of your refrigerator and a bit of time.

1 large English cucumber, washed and sliced 1/4 inch
1/2 small onion, sliced thin and chopped a bit if you prefer pieces rather than rings
1/3 c sugar
1/4 c water
1/3 c vinegar
1/4 t salt (garlic salt is great also!)

Place onion, sugar, and water into a small pan, bring to a boil. Remove from heat, stir well to dissolve the sugar, add vinegar and salt, stir again.

Place cucumber slices into a mason jar, carefully pour brine over the slices. Use a spoon to push the slices down if they float. Let cool until no longer hot, add a lid, and refrigerate overnight.

Easy to make Summer Cucumber Pickle, sweet, sour and crunchy!
Time to make more!

Serve with a slotted spoon.

Enjoy!

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weekend cooking @ beth fish reads
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hearth and soul @ apriljharris.com
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Wordless Wednesday, Panzanella or "don't waste that delicious bread!


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Visiting Bob's Red Mill, Milwaukie Oregon

Welcome to Our Sunday Café, we are pleased you stopped by for a visit. Today we are offering another delicious recipe from our kitchen a tour of Bob's Red Mill! .We hope you enjoy it as much as we did…

Please note, this is NOT a sponsored post, all thoughts and enthusiasm are my own!


Visiting Bob's Red Mill in Milwaukie Oregon.
Mr. Bob Moore, playing the piano @ Bob's Red Mill.


Visiting Bob's Red Mill in Milwaukie Oregon.
Eat Wisely, you're irreplaceable. 

I lived in the Vancouver/Portland area for almost 30 years. And for all that time, employment and family duties kept me pretty busy. Now that we live on the peninsula, when we go back to Vancouver to visit family, it is fun to make sure one of the days spent there is a weekday.

The reason?

To be able to take advantage of and enjoy all the tours and sightseeing that never made it to the schedule during the previous 30 years. The first item on our list was to tour Bob's Red Mill in Milwaukie Oregon. I have been a Bob's Red Mill fan since (probably before, actually) 2001 when I was watching a PBS series titled Frontier House.

Visiting Bob's Red Mill in Milwaukie Oregon.
Bob's Red Mill started out as Moore's Flour Mill.

Frontier House was not only fascinating, it brought back all the good memories I have from reading all of the Little House books. I read each and every book, many, many times over. I knew exactly where they were kept on the shelf at the library....but we should get back to the tour. Tours are Monday - Friday, starting at 10:00 a.m. and held every 90 minutes. This last visit to Vancouver included a Monday hold over so we could take a tour of the mill.

Visiting Bob's Red Mill in Milwaukie Oregon.
Welcome, Mill Tour ahead. 

We arrived in time for the second tour of the day. Tours are usually on time, on this day, however, the tour was held to allow the arrival of a group of homeschooled children to arrive. Worth the wait, as they were fun to watch at the viewing platforms! Bob's Red Mill is the perfect field trip for any group of children. Waiting is not a problem, there is plenty to see and do while waiting for the next tour, including hearing Mr. Bob Moore play the piano! We were later told that his schedule is quite busy and there is never a guarantee he will be a part of the tour, but when he is there, he stops by to say hello.

Visiting Bob's Red Mill in Milwaukie Oregon.
Our tour guide. The lady knows her stuff!

Visiting Bob's Red Mill in Milwaukie Oregon.
Window to view the 5# bag packaging lines. 

This is a working mill with lots of movement, in machinery and staff. Our tour guide was excellent in making sure everyone could see and hear as much as possible, yet made sure staff and equipment were not stalled. Like I said, excellent! There is so much history in the making of what is now Bob's Red Mill. They started out small, worked hard side by side and grew (with a few side tracks) into what is now a large group of building. But they are quickly outgrowing current space and are, making changes to keep up with demand. It is amazing how well the mill is organized and how efficiently it all comes together.

Visiting Bob's Red Mill in Milwaukie Oregon.
Product display offers an opportunity for questions and answers.

Here are more photos of the mill!

Visiting Bob's Red Mill in Milwaukie Oregon.
Quartz Grinding Stones.

Visiting Bob's Red Mill in Milwaukie Oregon.
Front view, White Flour Mill.

Visiting Bob's Red Mill in Milwaukie Oregon.
Side view, White Flour Mill.

Visiting Bob's Red Mill in Milwaukie Oregon.
Mrs. Charlee Moore, she did it all! Bagged product, cashiered at the store, and kept the books!

Visiting Bob's Red Mill in Milwaukie Oregon.
Whole Grain, good food for all.
And these photos are from our house, as I said, we are Bob's Red Mill fans!

Our daily bread, 100% whole grain.

About ready to break open the next bag of Spelt, there is always something delicious to make!

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create bake grow and gather @ shabby art boutique
pintastic party @ the whole serving
foodie friends friday @ wine lady cooks
foodie friday @ rattlebridge farm
weekend cooking @ beth fish reads
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tickle my tastebuds @ loris culinary creations
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Sunday Supper Suggestion, Butter Roasted Radishes.

Celebrate the family with your own Sunday Supper. Sunday Supper is one of our favorite ways to bring the family together! We offer the following suggestion, and hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

Who remembers eating raw radishes dipped in salt? Or sliced over a salad? Maybe grated and used in a roast beef sandwich (which is delicious by the way)? But cooked? I know; cooked radishes were a new venture for me, but after this salad, I was hooked.

Butter Roasted Radishes, buttery, salty and delicious!
Butter Roasted Radishes

These radishes are simple and just right for a weeknight feast. A little butter, a few radishes, some salt and pepper and you have a wonderful side dish.

Butter Roasted Radishes
adapted from: add a pinch
400 degree oven

2 bunches radishes, cleaned and cut in half
1 T butter
Salt and Pepper


Melt the butter in a skillet, add radish halves, toss to coat. Roast 10 minutes, stir, roast 10 minutes more. Season with salt and pepper. Serves 2-4.

Enjoy!


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art of homemaking @ strangers and pilgrims
hearth and soul @ apriljharris.com
homestead blog hop @ not so modern housewife
wasteless wednesday @ skip the bag
to grandmas house we go @ grandmas house diy
full plate thursday @ miz helens
simple homestead blog hop @ oak hill
weekend potluck @ mommys kitchen
create bake grow and gather @ shabby art boutique
pintastic party @ the whole serving
foodie friends friday @ wine lady cooks
foodie friday @ rattlebridge farm

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Whole Grain Browned Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies

Welcome to Our Sunday Café, we are pleased you stopped by for a visit. Today we are offering another delicious recipe from our kitchen. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did…

I have got this whole grain thing down!

Sorry, I could not help myself, can you tell I am pleased with my successes baking with whole wheat flour? And with that comment, I can now proceed with making our favorite foods anew with whole grains, specifically whole wheat flour. As I have complained about said before, it took awhile, but I have finally learned how to make delicious whole wheat bread and desserts that we love!

Whole Grain Browned Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies!
Whole Grain Browned Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies!

I was fairly timid in the beginning, coming up with new recipes to introduce my family to whole grain food, but once we enjoyed those new recipes it seemed a good idea to simply make our favorites, with whole grains. So I did. The results have been great and it is fun to make our favorite recipes to share once again, only in a whole grain formula.

And with that let me introduce you to...

Whole Grain Browned Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies!

Whole Grain Browned Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies
adapted from: The best cookies I have ever made!
makes 24 large cookies OR 36 regular size cookies

1/2 c butter

1/4 c butter, cut into 4 slices
1 c brown sugar
1/2 c sugar

1 egg
1 egg yolk (save the white for another use)
1 T vanilla

2 c whole wheat flour - pastry grind is best for all desserts
1/2 t salt
1/2 t baking soda
1 1/2 - 2 c chocolate chips (we always use the full 2 cups!)
1 c nut pieces, walnuts or pecans

Whole Grain Browned Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies!

Place the 1/2 c butter (1 cube) into a small flat pan, melt over medium-low heat, then carefully let butter brown to a golden brown. Set aside to cool slightly.

Whole Grain Browned Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies!

Place the 4 slices of butter in bottom of the mixer bowl, add the brown sugar and sugar, add cooled butter and mix until creamy.

Next add the whole egg, the yolk, and vanilla, beating well.

Add whole wheat flour, soda, and salt, mix well. The mixture will be smooth and creamy.

Whole Grain Browned Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies!

Quickly mix in chips and pecan pieces.

Whole Grain Browned Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies!

For large size cookies, using a large cookie scoop (2 T size) scoop dough onto prepared cookie sheet. Bake 13-15 minutes, or until done in your oven. Edges will be golden, do not over bake.

For regular size cookies, drop dough onto prepared sheets and bake 10-13 minutes, or until done in your oven. Edges will be golden, do not over bake.

Whole Grain Browned Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies!

Let cookies rest on baking sheet 3 minutes (whole wheat cookies are fragile when fresh from the oven, use a timer if you wish.) remove to wire racks or cotton toweling to cool completely.

Enjoy!

Thank you for visiting Our Sunday Cafe, as always we appreciate your time when you visit and your wonderful comments! 

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pintastic party @ the whole serving
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friendship friday @ create with joy
foodie friday @ rattlebridge farm
weekend cooking @ beth fish reads
whats for dinner @ the lazy gastronome
good morning monday @ darling downs
modest monday @ modest mom
art of homemaking @ strangers and pilgrims
hearth and soul @ apriljharris.com
homestead blog hop @ not so modern housewife
wasteless wednesday @ skip the bag
to grandmas house we go @ grandmas house diy
full plate thursday @ miz helens
simple homestead blog hop @ oak hill



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How to make Almond Milk, for your homemade pantry, updated for rich or standard versions!

Welcome to Our Sunday Café, we are pleased you stopped by for a visit. Today we are offering another delicious recipe from our kitchen. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did…

This post has been updated to include additional options for making homemade Almond Milk.

I have never been a milk drinker. For the most part, I have been lactose intolerant for dang near my whole life. I have had times when milk was consumed in small amounts and I did OK with digestion, but I was also eating yogurt at the time and I believe yogurt helped with digestion of fresh milk. Now oh so many years later, yogurt and I have parted company and fresh milk is all but off the table. 

I have found that sometimes I need a little something to pour over a bowl of cereal, hot or cold. I began purchasing Almond milk at the market. And I must say it was watery and personally I did not like the long list of ingredients beyond water and almonds. So I decided to make my own...

This is a richer almond milk than you can purchase in the market and you will enjoy it over cereal or in a smoothie. I have not served it warm, yet. Maybe a cup of cocoa is not out the question...

For those times when you would like to use almond milk in a recipe and standard almond milk (commercially prepared almond milk) is what you are looking for, we have a version for that as well. 

How to make Almond Milk, for your homemade pantry. Much better than store bought!
Homemade Almond Milk.

Homemade Rich Almond Milk
by the seat of my pants
makes 1 pint

1 rounded cup of almonds - Tip, toasted almonds make a delicious flavored milk.
water

2 1/4 c water - divided
1 t vanilla
1 t sugar

Place almonds in a container and cover with water, allow almonds to sit 24 hours to soften.

Drain well.

Rich and delicious, learn how to make a rich Almond Milk, better than store bought.
Making Almond Milk.

Place drained almonds in a blender jar along with 1 1/2 cups of the water, vanilla, and sugar. Blend until smooth. Add remaining water and blend until creamy and the almond bits are very tiny. This may take a minute or more.

Line a fine mesh sieve with dampened cheesecloth, and set over a catch bowl. Pour the blended almonds into the sieve. Let drain completely. To extract all the milk, take the four corners of the cheesecloth and bring them together to gather up the drained almond meal. 

Homemade Almond Milk. Better than store bought.
Straining the almond puree to make Almond Milk.

Holding firmly to the cheesecloth, gently squeeze the remaining almond milk through the cheesecloth, without dropping blended almonds into the milk.  

Place in a jar with a tight-fitting lid. Refrigerate. Note: Almond milk will separate during storage, shake before using. 

Homemade Standard Almond Milk
by the seat of my pants
makes 1 1/2 pints

1 rounded cup of almonds 
3 1/4 c water divided
1 t vanilla
1 t sugar


Place almonds in a container and cover with water, allow almonds to sit 24 hours to soften.

Drain well.


Place drained almonds in a blender jar along with 1 1/2 cups of the water, vanilla, and sugar. Blend until smooth. Add remaining water and blend until creamy and the almond bits are very tiny. This may take a minute or more.

Homemade Almond Milk. Better than store bought. No chemicals or artificial ingredients.
Making Almond Milk using a "nut bag". 

Line a fine mesh sieve with dampened cheesecloth or you may use a nut bag, set over a catch bowl. Pour the blended almonds into the sieve. Let drain completely. To extract all the milk, take the four corners of the cheesecloth or the two corners of the nut bag and bring them together to gather up the drained almond meal. 


Holding firmly to the cheesecloth and/or nut bag, gently squeeze the remaining almond milk through the cheesecloth, without dropping blended almonds into the milk.  A nut bag helps prevent nut pieces from dropping into your strained milk. 

Place in a jar with a tight-fitting lid. Refrigerate. Note: Almond milk will separate during storage, shake before using. 


Enjoy!
How to make Almond milk, rich and delicious. Much better than store bought.
"Spent" almonds from making Almond Milk, these will be made into almond flour.

The almond paste left from making almond milk is easily turned into almond flour for baking, stay tuned for directions for this process. 

UPDATE: How to make Almond Flour, a simple frugal process. 


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pintastic party 144 @ the whole serving
foodie friday friends @ wine lady cooks
foodie friday @ rattlebridge farm
weekend potluck @ mommys kitchen
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weekend cooking @ beth fish reads
whats for dinner sunday @ the lazy gastronome
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modest monday 187 @ modest mom
inspire me monday @ create with joy
tickle my tastebuds 142 @ loris culinary creations
hearth and soul @ apriljharris.com
homestead blog hop @ oak hill
full plate thursday @ miz helens
weekend potluck @ mommys kitchen
create bake grow gather @ shabby art boutique
pintastic party @ the whole serving
foodie friends friday @ wine lady cooks
friendship friday @ create with joy
foodie friday @ rattlebridge farm
homestead blog hop @ not so modern housewife
wasteless wednesday @ skip the bag
to grandmas house we go @ grandmas house diy
full plate thursday @ miz helens

simple homestead blog hop @ oak hill
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Wordless Wednesday, Garage Sale Stew

Garage Sale Stew, for Wordless Wednesday.

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Sunday Supper Suggestion, Apple Crisp, a slow cooker recipe!

Celebrate the family with your own Sunday Supper. Sunday Supper is one of our favorite ways to bring the family together! We offer the following suggestion, and hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

Easy and Delicious Apple Crisp, a slow cooker recipe.s
Apple Crisp, from your slow cooker.

It is rainy here, very rainy in fact. The leaves are falling off the cherry tree in the backyard and the Japanese Maple is turning scarlet. The scene is ideal, except for the rain. Only one thing to do, make something with the apples sitting on the counter.

They are not large apples, but there is enough once peeled and sliced to make this wonderful dessert. I made a crisp like this years ago but lost track of the recipe. And when I went back to find the blog I got it from, I could not find that either. But the taste, well that I did not forget. There is an unusual ingredient that makes all the difference, peanut butter. Oh yes, it is peanut butter, so please don't leave it out.....

Apple Crisp, a slow cooker recipe
adapted from:  modern mommy hood


6-8 apples depending on size peeled and sliced thin
1/3 - 1/2 c sugar - depending on the sweetness of your apples
1 T cornstarch
1/2 t cinnamon
1 T apple cider vinegar
2 T water

Combine well, turn into a greased 6-qt slow cooker. Set on high.


1 c old fashion oats*
1 c flour (we used pastry grind spelt)
1/2 c sugar
1/4 c brown sugar
1 t cinnamon
1/4 t nutmeg
1/2 c butter
2 T peanut butter OR almond butter

Pulse the oats in a food processor to mince up, add remaining ingredients and pulse until completely mixed together.


Spoon evenly over the top of the apples.


Cover and cook on high 2 hours. Remove cover and cook another hour to crisp the topping. Serve with vanilla Greek yogurt, vanilla ice cream or of course whipped cream.


Serves 8-10

* if you prefer you may use quick oats and simply pulse all ingredients until combined.

Enjoy!

The final clean up, always the last step in cooking!

Thank you for visiting Our Sunday Cafe, as always we appreciate your time when you visit and your wonderful comments! 


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hearth and soul @ apriljharris.com
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homestead blog hop @ oak hill
full plate thursday @ miz helens
weekend potluck @ mommys kitchen
create bake grow gather @ shabby art boutique
pintastic party @ the whole serving
foodie friends friday @ wine lady cooks
friendship friday @ create with joy
foodie friday @ rattlebridge farm
weekend cooking @ beth fish reads
whats for dinner @ the lazy gastronome
good morning monday @ darling downs
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