What goes better with latkes than Chunky Cinnamon Applesauce? This Chunky Cinnamon Applesauce is an absolute requirement for any latkes we make, is low in added sugar, and makes a great dessert. And your house will smell of apples, cinnamon, and vanilla!
These Chanukah latkes have crunchy, lacy edges formed by lots of crisp strands of potato shreds, and soft, fluffy centers inside.
Creamy Sage Derby cheddar cheese and butternut squash, topped with wilted spinach and caramelized onions, make this warm and satisfying grown-up grilled cheese a fall favorite. Use a semi-dense bread. You’ll need it to soak up all these rich flavors.
This recipe sketch has more structure than my previous sketches. I enjoyed laying out the components in a modified grid structure like this. The effect is somewhat like a comic book. A few of the components purposefully break the grid. I thought the bowl would be a good choice as a central component of the recipe sketch, since it is where everything in the recipe goes.
You might notice one difference between this sketch and my recipe for Cheddar Garlic Biscuits: onion powder. The recipe I had previously posted on this site doesn’t call for onion powder, but I have used it in this recipe in the past. I consider it optional, and I apologize for any confusion!
The problem is not only storing and organizing a million little plastic containers and their lids. It’s also their curation, care, and feeding.