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 [...]Continue Reading →
It was a struggle to have enough of these left at the end for the photographs. I started with two full cartons of raspberries.
To say they are a party in your mouth is an understatement. Crème brûlée raspberries are a keg party in your mouth. Except instead [...]Continue Reading →
Do you ever obsess over a food flavor that isn’t exactly the most popular? It’s safe to say most people love (obsess) over chocolate ice.
When I come out with any recipe that involves chocolate, it’s like a million tween girls finding out Justin Beiber just [...]Continue Reading →
Playoff season is here. The only thing that excites me slightly more than my team making it to the post-season is the food that accompanies it.
It just so happens that Crock-Pot® came out with a new line of slow cookers. This theme is particularly appropriate:
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As you know I love marshmallows. From a statistical analysis of my posts, it is clear that also love alcohol in my recipes %75 percent of the time. It would be 100%, but my addiction to cheese is the only way to stave off constant inebriation. See? Cheese can [...]Continue Reading →
I was recently carousing through Pinterest, when I saw a pin for drunken gummies (also known as liquor or vodka soaked gummies). Birds were like, “Oh my GOD I HAVE to try this!”
“Wow! This is amazingggg!”
“Teenagers…wah wah… they are going to bring this to school..wah wah.. [...]Continue Reading →
Don’t ask me how or why I decided to do this. It had to happen.
Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat. (Mind you, the period was intentional as always. Not a question mark.)
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Yes. I combined something delicate and French with a very gaudy and tacky (nostalgic and classic too, of course) US American candy. I created an oxymoron.
Alas, it’s my blog I do what I want.
Since Pop Rocks are the most overused ingredient for [...]Continue Reading →
It’s no joke this whole sprinkle fiasco. As a baker, I constantly hear and read about the sprinkle debate. Some tout them as pretty and fun. Others moan that they are narsty and insipid (at times referred to as “waxy”).
I consider sprinkles much [...]Continue Reading →