I love bread. I love kneading it, baking it and then finally eating it. It occupied many Saturdays during the winter when it was miserable outside. And it always lifted my spirits. Plus, it smelled phenomenal. I had gotten pretty good at it–mastering the consistency of the dough, the elasticity, the temperature of liquids so… Continue reading “The Dark Side” of bread
This pasta is one of my favorite summer meals. I love pasta. But in the summer, sometimes the different pasta sauces are just to heavy. This one is very light and melts in your mouth. If you’re a seafood fan, this sauce would be great with scallops, mussels, or clams. For those of you who… Continue reading Greek Pasta
Although polenta is by no means a new side dish for most foodies, it is fairly new to me. I have made it once, and the experience was traumatizing enough that I haven’t been brave to try again for a year. Let me start out by saying that polenta is a versatile and delicious side… Continue reading po•len•ta
This is by far one of my favorite food seasons in the year. Summer brings all kinds of fresh vegetables and berries…a luxury that Midwesterners cherish for a mere 3-4 months of the year. I’m always depressed during the winter when the vegetable and fruit selection is meager. When summer rolls around, I make sure… Continue reading Summer Goodness
Welcome to the new and improved Mulls Morsels. I have lots of new recipes to post to the site. Hope you enjoy them as much as we did. Yum!