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Relish Guest: Sarah Kieffer | Vanilla Bean Blog

Sarah Kieffer guest pins for Relish on heritage, memories, and recipes that build tradition in the kitchen. See more of Sarah at her beautiful blog: http://www.thevanillabeanblog.com/

Large gatherings can be more stressful than memorable, but something as simple as a yogurt bar can change that up.

Cardamom is another ingredient we love, and I put it in almost everything. Cardamom Pistachio Cake | Hungry Ghost

Basil is an ingredient my whole family loves, and we like to use it in unusal ways. Strawberry Galette with Basil whipped cream - Martha Stewart Recipes

One of our favorite things to do on car trips as a family is listen to Test Kitchen's Radio show. We learn so much about our food. Radio | The Feed

My favorite moments in the kitchen are times spent with my children, letting them help and teaching them new things. cardamom flatbread

This is another wonderful gluten-free recipe my family eats weekly. We change the flavors up frequently, just for fun. Chamomile & Honey Almond Meal Muffins | Roost

Sometimes recipes that require a little more effort make an important occasion extra special. We make these sugar buns on Christmas Day, and every minute spent on the puff pastry is worth it. Sugar Buns | Seven Spoons

We have so many fond memories of being kept warm on a cold winter's night by good soup. Mushroom Soup with Chicken, Broccoli & Pumpkin Seeds

Cooking for a group of people can be stressful, but using easy recipes that guests help with can save the day. Omelets for a Crowd | Relish Magazine

Scones are a special treat, saved for drop-in friends and family. These Maple Oatmeal scones are our very favorite.

This pizza is a regular item on our weekly menu. The cracker crust takes minutes to make, and our kids love helping roll it out and putting their favorite toppings on. St. Louis Pizza | The Vanilla Bean Blog

  • Christine Pruitt

    I look forward to trying this recipe. I grew up in Missouri, and we always cut our thin crust pizza in squares, which I prefer to the pie slice shape.

  • Sarah Kieffer | Vanilla Bean

    I like squares, too! I hope you enjoy the pizza. :)