The operative word in this recipe’s title is SKILLET. If you don’t have a 9‑inch cast-iron skillet that would also make a dandy murder weapon, go get one.
Never rub another man’s rhubarb. Get your own rhubarb; then you can rub it all you like.
I love this recipe! It’s so good I occasionally make it a meal instead of a side dish.
Focaccia means “flat bread” in Italian. Sorry if you were looking for a complicated back story.
I have no idea why this recipe uses both butter and margarine. I’ve tried replacing the margarine with more butter, though, and it wasn’t as good as it is with both. Sláinte!
The first time I tried this recipe I really mucked it up—way too much flour. That’s right: I mucked up the fuffins. So pay attention!
If you give a frog a blueberry, you won’t be able to make these muffins.
One of the ultimate comfort foods.
Being mashed up for banana bread was his finest moment.
Making bread isn’t difficult. Making baguette with that crisp, deep golden-brown crust and chewy insides with skillions of holes—it’s a challenge. But the ingredients aren’t fancy or expensive: Yeast, flour, salt, water. You can afford some trial and error, and the end result is worth it!