Eclipse Cookie Recipe

Eclipse Cookies (Or Black and white Cookies) Adapted from King Arthur Flour 16 tablespoons (227g) unsalted butter* 1 1/2 cups (298g) granulated sugar 1 1/2 teaspoons table salt 1 tablespoon baking powder 1/8 teaspoon lemon oil, or 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind 2...

Corn and Cheese Ebelskivers with Nordicware

Corn and Cheese Ebelskivers Recipe From Nordiceware — Recipe by Patrice Johnson of nordicfoodgeek.com.  Ebelskivers are round pancakes, traditionally filled with apple slices, thus the name (ebelskivers means “apple slices” in Danish). Batter is...

Mango Sticky Rice Recipe

Mango Sticky Rice Ingredients 2 Dry Cups of Sweet Sticky Rice 2 Cups of Water 1 Can Coconut Milk 1 Ripe Mango, sliced Flakey Sea Salt (like Malden’s )Furikake Seasoning, optional Hot Chili Flakes, optional Put rice in Zojirushi Rice Maker (we used the XX). Add...

Winterfest Bag Sale!

Winterfest Bag Sale | Saturday, February 24th 10am–5pm during Bath’s Winterfest We’re trying a fun new sale! When you walk in the door on Saturday, February 24th, you’ll be greeted and then handed a special new Now You’re Cooking cloth bag....

Now We’re Hiring!

Now We’re Hiring! We’re looking to add to the Now You’re Cooking management team. We have 2 positions open for Lead Sales Associates to help manage the day-to-day operations here at the store. Includes Health Insurance & Paid Time Off Work with a...

Why You Need a Le Creuset Sauteuse

The Le Creuset Signature Sauteuse is a versatile shape and size for searing, braising, roasting, and baking that easily goes from stove to oven to table. The wide base is ideal for searing and browning meat and vegetables without crowding, while the sloped sides make...

Strawberry Rhubarb Pie

Strawberry Rhubarb Pie Ahhh, the taste of spring in Maine… May and June bring us the beautifully complimentary flavors of fresh rhubarb and fresh strawberries. If you are lucky enough to have a rhubarb plant on your property, you are familiar with this tart, crisp...

Easy Chicken Mole Enchiladas

Mole (pronounced mole-ay) is a Mexican sauce made with chili peppers and cocoa,. It’s delicious on meat, often added to burritos, and goes perfectly with cheesy chicken enchiladas! This recipe is a pared down, simpler recipe than a traditional mole, and a good way to...

May 2023 Giveaway — Baker’s Delight!

This month’s giveaway is for the bakers! A set of Fat Daddio’s round cake pans with off-set spatula, Progressive Decorating Bulb, Now Designs Cake Tea Towel, River Road Sanding Sugar, and Baking with Dorie Cookbook by Dorie Greenspan. Everything you need...

Gluten & Dairy Free Lemon Bars with Johnna Stanton

Gluten- (and Dairy-) free Lemon Squares with Johnna Stanton   Shortbread Crust 1 C Unsalted Butter or Dairy-free Smart Balance ½ C Granulated Sugar 1 teasp Pure Vanilla extract ½ teasp Salt 2 C Gluten-free All Purpose Flour–I use King Arthur’s one-to-one...

Balsamic Shallot Jam

Le Creuset Balsamic Shallot Jam Who says jam has to be sweet? In this savory and tangy version, shallots are simmered with brown sugar and balsamic vinegar to create a naturally savory jam with a touch of sweetness. It’s a deliciously indulgent burger topping or...

Homemade Pudding

  Homemade Chocolate (or Vanilla!) Pudding The only difference here is, don’t add the cocoa powder if you’re making vanilla pudding. It’s that simple! Either way, you will end up with a creamy, very satisfying dessert – and you will make it yourself, not...

Shallot Tarte Tatin

Shallot Tarte Tatin One of my favorite side dishes or desserts – savory or sweet Tarte Tatin is not time-consuming, but always offers a wow factor. Caramelized fruit or vegetables in a puff pastry shell, which you can make from scratch – or use...

Taco Salad Bowls with Avery

Homemade Taco Salad with Edible Bowls! This is a fan favorite – easy and fun to make, and satisfyingly delicious!   For the Taco Bowls 4 8” Flour Tortillas (or smaller) 2 Tbsp Oil 2 C Water   You will need 4 Tortilla Bakers.   Preheat the oven to...

Sesame Chess Pie

Sesame Chess Pie from Pie for Everyone by Petra Paredez Chess Pie is apparently a dish that came from the Southern US. No one is quite sure why it’s called that, but two theories are that it was original called “chest pie” because all the ingredients would already be...

Bullinada (Catalan Fish Stew)

  Bullinada (Catalan Fish Stew) from The New York Times All along the Mediterranean we come across seafood soups – such as bouillabaisse, cioppino, and Zarzuela. This stew is from the northeast coast of Spain, the group of provinces known as Catalunya...