I did tell you guys that I got Martha Stewart's cupcakes book, right? Now I'm making cupcakes and more cupcakes. In our family when it comes to dessert we used the democratic voting system. Who says the politics are not good?
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I usually don’t post a new recipe on Saturday, but had to share this variation of the chewy cookie bars! You know I wasn’t stopping with just Oreos right? Lol!
If you know me, you know that I absolutely, positively love cheesecake. Cheesecake anything. Cheesecake everything. I have sampled countless different varieties of cheesecake from The Cheesecake Factory, and I always come back to the Oreo cheesecake.
Fourteen Layer Cake. This is apparently a favorite at family get togethers in the South. Now, I’m from the South and I’ve never heard of such a thing. Actually, when I first heard the name, I didn’t believe it.
I love pie. I love eating pie, I love making pie, I love nearly all vartities of pie! The only problem with pie is that the crust always seems to get soggy before we can eat it all — there are just 2 of us you know. So today — as I was contemplating whether or not I should make a pie (and knowing that my husband would definitly want me to make a pie) — I decided to try something new…
Posted on Saturday, 19th March 2011 by Grace Massa Langlois Chocolate, chocolate and more chocolate – try to resist these Triple Chocolate Mousse Cakes – “betcha can’t eat just one”! I’ve faced countless temptations since beginning my “Sweet” journey into desserts but none have been as irresistible as this one.
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Well… it is Fat Tuesday. Did you expect anything less from me? I made these cupcakes Friday afternoon to have for dinner on Friday night.
If you want to relive your childhood, have one of these bars. They are basically a peanut butter and jelly explosion. I binged on peanut butter and jelly in my preschool and kindergarten years. For years after, any combination of peanut butter + jelly was extremely unappealing.
When it comes to making homemade fruit leather, I will confess that I have been totally and completely intimidated. I mean, how does one even accomplish such a task? How does fruit go from actual fruit to … leather? With that being said, I spent half of my youth chewing fruit roll-ups and consequently trying to rot my teeth, so I knew that this fruit leather had to be mastered. My mom would stock up on different flavors of fruit leather and it would often disappear within the week. When I came across Georgia’s recipe for Homemade Fruit Leather , I just couldn’t resist.
Let’s face it: sometimes we all need a dessert that only makes two servings. Sometimes we just can’t handle 12 servings. Sometimes we eat them all by ourselves. Sometimes we eat them all by ourselves in two hours. Sometimes we eat them all by ourselves in a matter of minutes.
The Japanese art of Furoshiki shows how you can carry food, packages, bottles, or virtually anything you can imagine using just a square of silk or nylon cloth. It's fast, easy, versatile, and eco-friendly (no paper OR plastic). And if you're worried about strength, watch how easily it works on a 16 pound bowling ball! Step 1: Heavy Canvas Bags
12:16pm | Jun 20th, 2010 “Love is a temporary madness; it erupts like volcanoes and then subsides. And when it subsides you have to make a decision. You have to work out whether your roots have so entwined together that it is inconceivable that you should ever part. Because this is what love is.