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bee sting cake

Nobody could mistake me for a person who moves quickly. I “run” at a treadmill speed that would never catch a thief, and barely these days, a …

Coffee Shop Oatmeal to Go!

This year has been awesome! It's been a really busy year, full of traveling for both work and fun times. 🙂 I've found myself grabbing breakfast at …

Kitchen Experiments: Peekaboo Bread

I've been wanting to try out a peekaboo bread for sometime now. I think the first time I saw one was last fall. It was a beautiful pumpkin bread with …

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Forebruary

Forebruary is a wall calendar that you do not need to replace every year. The movable frame above the surface contains the month needed:

Blackberry Cobbler

Summer is all about the cobbler. I think cobbler is like the messy, quirky best friend to pie (like in a romcom). It's delicious although maybe not …

Trail Mix Cookie (Ice Cream Sandwiches!)

Baking hasn't been at the front of my kitchen dreams lately, simply because it's been too hot to think about turning the oven on. But then I …

Homemade Granola Bars

Maybe granola bars should have their own food group. Sure, they fit in the grains and nuts. But what if you add dried fruit. And what if you add …

The best countries for food

Food and travel go together like planes and airports. No matter where you go you'll have little trouble finding at least one culinary experience that will help you understand the local culture. In some countries the food is <i>the</i> highlight, drawing many a foodie to its borders, like a moth to a flame. …

rhubarb cream cheese hand pies

A few weeks ago, I retold the sad tale of the late rhubarb meringue tart that met its end when it slid off the plate and managed to coat nearly every …

Comfort Zone

“If you’re not living a life on the edge you’re taking up too much space! … You learn the most when you’re out of your comfort zone!”<br>– Jim …

Fresh Watermelon Jello + Sea Salt

I guess I’m into jello now. After making these mojito jello shots I just keep thinking of my jello related ideas I want to try. I decided to try …

Homemade Sweet Potato Chips

Did you know that potato chips are really easy to make at home? It's true. I'd say they are even easier than homemade french fries, which I also …

Chocolate Strawberry Nutella Cake

I made this cake on a whim. I didn’t feel like making ganache, so in desperation, I reached for the the half-eaten tub of Nutella I’d hidden on the …

Lemon & Chia Seed Pull-Apart Bread

Trey has been bugging me to make something with chia seeds. He will suggest recipe ideas every now and again. Some are really specific (and …

japanese vegetable pancakes

Last week was not my week in the kitchen, friends. I had great, ambitious designs on a rhubarb meringue tart that would be pink and pretty with a …

Baked Risotto

I am a big fan of risotto. BIG fan. Cheesy, creamy rice? Uh… yes please. I love adding all manner of veggies or shrimp to homemade risotto. Or …

Fried Pickles + Spicy Dill Pickle Mayo

Here's a weird connection for you: fried pickles + love. As I was making these fried pickles the other day I was thinking about the very first time I …

Classic Sopapillas

In a small bowl stir together the warm water and sugar until the sugar dissolves. Stir in the yeast and allow this to sit for 6-8 minutes (it should …

3 crazy new knots to try: the Eldridge, the Trinity, and the Cape. (via His Style Diary) http://ow.ly/lnjlU