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Last week I got to go visit the kitchens of a sorbet company here in Dallas. They sent me home with a cooler FULL of their sorbets (they have 17 flavors!) and I’ve been enjoying frozen treats daily ever since. Including right now, as I type.     I met with Angela, one of the […]

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B lived in the Dominican Republic for a couple years while he served a mission for our church and loves to make some of the food for us. We have favorites and this drink is definitely one of the them! It’s super creamy and filling, I love a little cup of it for breakfast. (Or […]

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  • David

    Ever think about adding a dash of cinnamon (maybe 1/4 tsp) to bring out the oats, round the evaporated milk and balance the acid from the lime/orange? Plus, cinnamon is damn good for you.ReplyCancel

  • How interesting, it’s kind of like an horchata but with oats. This sounds so simple I’ll have to try it this weekend!ReplyCancel

  • Jessie Rae

    How long with this keep in the fridge?ReplyCancel

It’s giveaway time, guys! Hopefully you’ve all been able to read my review for the culinary subscription box I got to test out last month, and maybe you’ve even made the delicious bread I baked up using ingredients from the Fall box! The team over at Mary’s Secret Ingredients asked me to host a giveaway […]

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  • Katie

    I entered! At least I think I did. All I had to do was subscribe to both of you guys? Which is a little confusing because I’m already subscribed to your blog…ReplyCancel

There’s no way that bread making is specific to a certain time of year, but making bread in the fall is one of my favorite things! Especially this bread. It’s the perfect pairing to all types of stews and soups and chilis. Mmmmmm I’m craving now! Too bad summer is still in full swing in […]

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