Popcorn ornament balls for the holidays can adorn your holiday tree, used as decor around the home, or given as a gift. Open them up on Hanukkah or Christmas to find special treats inside.Continue Reading →
Hanukkah cookies are just cookies until you add a some gelt chocolate coins into them. Take you festival of lights celebration to a new level with this fun chocolate chip cookie recipe. Your friends will be thanking you for this dessert.Continue Reading →
This autumn, save time with a festive Thanksgiving party table popcorn spread. Fall décor that’s edible too. Who says your food can’t also double as party decorations?Continue Reading →
Blood splattered ribbons that take less than 5 minutes to prepare! This useful accessory can adorn any Halloween edible treat, favor, gift or party table. Also perfect for any fans of horror films, and vampire shows and movies.Continue Reading →
Bloody Candy Apples. How to make candy apples, dripping with blood. This fun recipe is great for Halloween, True Blood, Vampire Diaries, Twilight or any other vampire shows and movies.Continue Reading →
These seashore sandy beach cookies are kind of awesome, in my unbiased and humble opinion. I have mentioned missing the ocean quite a bit since moving to central Texas. Well, this weekend I finally traveled to the gulf coast. Everyone laughed when I said. “Wow, the water. It looks so…brown.”
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I made these sea glass candies, you see. Probably because I miss the ocean, you see.
I moved from Boston to Austin about a year ago, and the one thing I miss the most about home is the beach. There’s plenty of lakes, rivers and swimming pools here. Just no beach. No Cape, Vineyard or [...]Continue Reading →
Whenever I get a rare second to think (millisecond is more accurate), I think to myself how much my life has changed since I became a food blogger and freelancer food writer/photographer.
For example, I don’t have much free time (in case I didn’t make myself clear). Most of my fellow career food [...]Continue Reading →
My pal Meg approached me last year about making “be my bride” cookies. I was impressed with the idea.
The thing that made these cookies so fun to make, is that Meg wanted them to have a Saint Patrick’s Day theme. Firstly, Saint Patrick’s Day is of the utmost importance in Boston. Meg [...]Continue Reading →