A delicious fresh berry focaccia made with summer's finest berries and topped with a generous streusel layer. The perfect bread for enjoying the best of summer's fruits.
September is awkward. Awkward.
Going back to school with new kids and new teachers in your class (or a new school entirely!) Awkward.
The weather not knowing if it should stay summery one day or let you break out those new boots you paid full price for because you had to have them and swore you'd wear them everyday? Awkward.
The harvest is winding down but not quite done yet. So naturally I gravitate towards harvesty recipes but firing up the grill on that one awkwardly placed 90 degree day for the football game seems more appropriate some days than heating up the kitchen for an entire day with a hot oven. It's also one of the hardest months to plan meals around because the weather doesn't know what it wants to do and I'm still not back to being comfortable with our crazy soccer, football and school schedules.
The recipes below allow you to indulge in some of the love of the fall while allowing flexibility for those "in between" days. Today's recipes come from Karen's Kitchen Stories. As a member of the Secret Recipe Club, each month we highlight and surprise a member by featuring one of their recipes. This month it is Karen, a grandmother to two boys (one who loves drinking sprinkles--I'm with him, sprinkles=happiness) a mother, and a wife. She also lives in my hometown of Southern California so she's already won bonus points with me! Her recipes will earn bonus points with YOU too!
Recipe Taken from Fresh Berry Focaccia, Karen's Kitchen Stories