Whatever you do, DO NOT make these scones.
I made them, tasted them, and did a double take. (Oh my God, they are the best scones. Ever.) I may have had to sit down and I’m pretty sure my eyes rolled back in my head a little. [Read more…]
When Mike and I lived in Kuwait last year, I picked up the habit of taking tea in the afternoon.
Here’s the thing: I know you’ve probably been bombarded with pumpkin spice everything since the end of August. (Not that I can blame anyone out there who’s subjected you to that because in all honesty, I’ve been eating pumpkin spice muffins and drinking pumpkin spice lattes since then myself.)
When the weather starts to cool down, there’s nothing like a hot bowl of soup and fresh bread (in any form) to warm up with.
I’ve become somewhat of a scone connoisseur in the past couple years from making them so much. There is just something about scones that appeals to me…
When I was developing this recipe, I almost didn’t expect to like these scones.
What’s your favorite summer food? I bet your answer will be different depending on where you’re from. Different areas are known for different things, and regional pride definitely comes into play.
I have an aunt who absolutely goes nuts if you use her toothpaste and don’t roll the tube up from the bottom. And my mom – she’s like the princess in the children’s story The Princess and the Pea when it comes to a grain of salt or sugar on her kitchen floor. She sweeps
With Mother’s Day just a few days away, you might have your brunch menu all set…but if you’re still looking for the perfect addition, these scones are it! They bring the whimsy of a nostalgic pb&j sandwich, but the elegance of a scone. It’s a fun combo, one that is sure to be a winner
A couple weeks ago I was at a farmers’ market and I couldn’t help but stock up on winter squash. (Don’t blame me though…who could turn down a beautiful sugar pumpkin for $1?!) I also got a gorgeous, nearly four-pound butternut squash for under $2. And maybe the best part (even though it isn’t squash),