Aunt Lil’s Pineapple Upside Down Cake

Pineapple Upside-Down Cake screams retro cooking doesn’t it? I’m sure many of you grew up enjoying this cake baked by your mother or grandmother. But sometime late in the 20th century the cake fell out of fashion. This was too bad, as it’s a delightful and easy to make cake that also looks beautiful. It’s [...] Read more »

Open Hearth Cooking Classes

One of the reasons Aunt Lil’s cook book doesn’t include cooking directions, oven temperatures or times, is because she used a wood stove until she died in 1946. Dan and I would love to find classes on cooking on a wood stove, but haven’t had any luck yet. We have found two opportunities to learn [...] Read more »