From my table to yours I wish you a happy Thanksgiving! May you enjoy good company and delicious food. Whether its a small or large gathering, friends or family, I wish you all safe travels and God bless.
These cinnamon nut cookies I made remind me of my Aunt’s coffeecake.
A few days ago I came home hungry from work. In my attempt to eat healthier I tried making some roasted brussel sprouts.
I’ve never made a kitchen sink cookie till now. I love the idea behind it. Getting to toss your delicious baking scraps into a cookie dough.
How I got to this spicy pasta recipe was through some improvisation. The recipe I was trying to replicate called for chili pepper flakes a seasonings I don’t have. So I improvised with chili powder and red pepper flakes.
Happy May Day!
I remember celebrating May day as a little girl. My Mom and I would put together little floral arrangements…
Have you ever felt like you’re slowly going fast?
Last weekend was quite productive. We went to an auction and got a great deal on some tools for Ben to start off our Saturday. Followed by some progress in our landscaping endeavor.
The process was very easy mostly whisking and combining the ingredients over the stove.
With this lemon glaze, you can turn a bread into a dessert. It’s a perfect topping on some lemon poppy seed bread.
What’s the next best thing since sliced bread…. how about homemade sliced bread!
Read to learn how I get a cake to come cleanly out of a bundt pan.
Last weekend I tested out making a bundt cake. Let’s say I needed to google more bundt pan greasing tips.
As promised here is the timelapse of making the St. Paddy’s day cake.
This cake is lemon with vanilla and mint buttercream, topped with sprinkles, mint chocolate chips, and some mint bark. A perfectly green combination. Check out the photos on my blog!