My bread machine conked out a while ago. I’ll probably get another eventually, for the convenience of it, but in the meantime I’ve found I really enjoy making the time to make bread. Now don’t run away from me yet. Even extremely busy people can make bread from scratch if they think ahead. Read More »
’ve always thought graham crackers were something you got out of a box. Period. Not that I thought they would be so difficult that they were beyond my skill level, or that they required some kind of strange ingredients, but I really just never thought about it. Let’s face it, they’re pretty readily available already made. And to be honest, I’ve always thought that they were more of a vehicle–a handy, edible way to get toasty, sticky marshmallows from a campfire fork to my mouth with a minimum of mess. Mmmm. S’mores. Read More »
Maybe some of you have noticed our new slogan at Hodgson Mill–Have a Grain Day!–or you’ve seen our new online ads around the net. (If you haven’t seen them, keep browsing your favorite sites like AllRecipes.com, SouthernLiving.com, CoastalLiving.com and many, many more. And if you find one, be sure to click for a chance at a special offer.) Anyway, I thought our new message might warrant a brief introduction. Read More »
I’m delighted to be here. My name is Erin; I love food (making, and eating). I like making things. And I like sharing both.
My parents, Bob and Cathy, own Hodgson Mill, and when the chance came up to work with them, to photograph and write about the products I’ve been using pretty much since I learned to bake, I jumped. I already bake all kinds of Hodgson Mill for myself and my friends. Why not for new friends, too?
I always try to eat healthy. It makes me feel better. But I also adore food, and I love trying new tastes, old tastes, anything sweet. . . . Read More »