Dessert isn’t an everyday thing in my house, but when I make it, I think it should be special. Valentine’s dessert in particular, because for some reason it just goes hand-in-hand with the whole idea of romance. [Read more…]
I remember going to Christmas cookie exchange parties with my mom when I was pretty young. I’ll admit, other than the cookies (of course) it was a pretty boring affair. I always enjoyed the loot that we went home with though; it was fun to get to sample a variety of things without actually having
I’ve never really considered myself a baker. There are certain baked goods (like apple pie for Thanksgiving and cut-out cookies for Christmas) that I steer clear of altogether because I know my mom will make them when the time comes.
I have a sketchy history with Halloween and costumes.
We all know not to judge a book by its cover. I think that same adage should wholeheartedly be applied to food.
In the collage above, on the left, top to bottom: Fresh Strawberry Cupcakes with Fresh Strawberry Frosting from An Edible Mosaic and Flourless Carrot Cake with Mascarpone Frosting from Diethood; on the right, top to bottom: Blueberry Crisp from Taste, Love, & Nourish, Vanilla-Almond Pound Cake with Easy Strawberry-Rose Sauce from An Edible Mosaic, and Springtime Cupcakes
Does anyone else remember being in elementary school and literally spending days hunting around for the perfect Valentine’s Day cards for your classmates? Everyone used to have to give a card to everyone – boy or girl – no matter if we liked them or not. (Which of course was good so that no one
Mike and I have a friend here in Kuwait who doesn’t like to eat. I know what you’re thinking. Wait…what?! Explain please, because I just don’t understand. Yup, it’s true, he doesn’t like to eat, toddler-style. As in, I guess I’ll eat if I have to, but only when I really feel like it, and
In the collage above, 1st row, left to right: 100% Whole Grain Molasses Cookies from Texanerin Baking; Cookie Butter and Salted Caramel Cookie Sandwiches from Keep it Sweet Desserts; Chewy White Chocolate Gingerbread Cookies from Back for Seconds; Nutella Eggnog Cookies from Roxana’s Home Baking. 2nd row, left to right: Peppermint Butter Cookies from Taste
Things are about to get cookie crazy around here. Ok, not really, but they should. And in a perfect world (read: where calories don’t at all for the entire months of November and December), cookie crazy would be my life right now.