This is one of those recipes where you just can't quite imagine the taste by hearing the title. My eyebrows lifted when I read the recipe for an asparagus cake but after preparing it twice, successfully, it turns out it's not a bad cake after all.
I'm fairly confident you can cover up the taste of just about any vegetable with copious amounts of sugar and turn it into a dessert. I now know this rule applies to asparagus as well.
The short-range weather forecast is: c-c-c-cold. The days of thermal socks, wool sweaters, and snow pants are finally here. It's the perfect time to fire-up the oven and bake some cheddar garlic biscuits to warm the kitchen and warm your bones. Keep reading to get the recipe.
We're going through one the coldest spells of the year right now in Canada. I do admit those of us in Elgin County don't have it as bad as Manitoban's, but it's still cold enough that the dogs are not wasting any time running outside to take care of their business. When Old Man Winter rears his fierce force in the month of January, comfort food is what I crave. Big, steaming bowls of butternut squash soup or a pot of five-bean chili is much appreciated to get rid of the chills. I like bread with my soups, and a quick & easy fix to that need is tender, crumbly corn muffins- fresh baked from the oven. They take minutes to prepare, and only twenty minutes to bake. Read more to get the recipe.
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