Rainy Day Recipes–Autumn Apple Bread

Rainy Day Recipes–Autumn Apple Bread

 

I originally got this recipe from The Heart of New England Website here:

http://www.theheartofnewengland.com/food-AppleCake.html

 

As many of you know, I am a New Englander and so I love to recreate baked goods from where I grew up. I recently made this recipe originally titled Apple Coffee Cake, and made a few adjustments. I also think that it is more like bread than cake, but it could go either way.

Here is my adventure 🙂

  1. Cut and dice up four Granny Smith apples, and then mix with a bit of cinnamon. apple bread 1
  2. In a bowl, mix three cups of flour, one tablespoon of baking soda, a half tablespoon of salt,  and one cup of sugar. Sift and set aside. 
  3. In a separate bowl, combine two eggs, a cup and a half of cinnamon applesauce, and two teaspoons of vanilla. Wisk and set aside. apple bread 3
  4. Now combine diced apples and cinnamon with your bowl of combined dry ingredients. apple bread 2
  5. Next, combine this with the mixture of eggs, applesauce, and vanilla. Stir until thoroughly mixed. apple bread 4
  6. Next, put into a bread loaf or cake pan (remember that this recipe could go either way.) 🙂
  7. Put your apple bread or cake in the oven at 350  degrees for 1 hour.  Apples should be moist and delicious! To keep moist after baking, cover or wrap with foil. apple bread 6

 

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The Paperback Writer of Central Park, A Review by Daniel Bauldwin

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Book: The Paperback Writer of Central Park by Stella Brians
Review by Daniel Bauldwin

I had the great luck of meeting this author online and as such was given a copy to review. My first impressions were pretty good. Chapter 2 Hooked me by being relatable to me personally. As I read on I noticed some of the characters seemed to have very similar back stories, but they are all unique from one another. I also noticed, very quickly, that this book is extremely descriptive; describing almost everything in a fantastic way that makes it simple to imagine anything that happens.
The book focuses mostly on the young Elizabeth and her journey from writer, to indie author, to so much more as her heart goes through an equally difficult and spiritual journey.
The book itself really blurs the line between fantasy and non-fiction as a result (before picking a side)…

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