Though some kids head back to school in late August, the day after Labor Day is usually considered back to school day for adults. Today, we head back to offices or other work spaces after a lazy weekend and a slower paced summer, and get ready to buckle down again on fall projects. No matter where […]
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Oh my delight when I discovered I had not made Fluffernutters yet!
I got a KitchenAid mixer for Christmas from my generous mom. I put it to use this weekend to make marshmallows.
I finally embarked on holiday activities. Shopping. Making holiday travel arrangements. Sipping on holiday themed cocktails. Martinis have olives in them. Olives are green. Green says Christmas. So, deck them halls.
Fall hit us like a hard smack across the cheek this weekend. Break out the fleece jackets, the Crock-Pot (!) and….the homemade apple butter.
I’ve learned to embrace cooking fails. They plague us all. But it’s about trying and trying again until something delicious emerges from the kitchen.
Summer isn’t summer until I’ve eaten at least one peach cobbler.
E’s birthday was yesterday. He had a short list of things he wanted:
Today is National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day. Of course, I had to take that to an extreme.
Confirmed: sweet arepas are as good as savory ones.
The first time I used my waffle machine, I made an insanely great sweet treat for my sweet.
What does your ideal day look like?
Being we’re a few days from Valentine’s Day, I wanted something to get E and I in the mood.
E certainly learned his lesson after sandwich #209.
Ham and cheese is a good sandwich. Ham with spreadable fromage blanc, honey and caramelized pecans is a great sandwich. That is, if you know how to make carmelized pecans successfully.
Rating: Sunday, December 30, was my parents’ 36th wedding anniversary. For any two people, that’s a remarkable union. Having had a front row seat to their relationship for most of that time, I can say with certainty they’ve manged to make it through with very few arguments and a ton of laughs. I called them […]