Almost nothing beats the smell of freshly baked French Bread. If you’re like me, you cut a slab off of the still warm loaf, cover it with a pat of butter, and watch the butter melt into the bread. Oh my – just like Paris! Well, that’s what I did recently with my Mom when she came up to Seattle on a visit from Florida. In this blog post, I’d like to share with you my experience making French bread.
Every summer, my mother makes an annual trek from Florida to Seattle to visit our family. We love spending time with her, catching up on short trips, and cooking wonderful meals. There’s nothing better than Mom’s home cooking and over the last few years, we’ve started cooking Mom’s recipes outdoors in my dutch ovens. One of our traditions is to make a fresh fruit crisp (peach, berry, and apple) for dessert. In this post, I’d like to share with you one of my favorite treats — our Three Berry Fruit Crisp recipe made with fresh, northwest strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries.