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I ‘ve always been a fan of Easter. Especially since developing a serious ‘appreciation’ for chocolate back when I was designing chocolate biscuits (cookies) for a living. But this Easter I’m more excited than usual. We have some friends coming to stay for the weekend and they’re bringing their 3 year old. So you know what that means…
Halloween is just around the corner so there’s really no better time than now to indulge in a couple sweet treats. These little green tea cupcakes with black & white frosting not only look the part, but also satisfy my sweet tooth without giving me a cavity. I’m not usually a big fan of cupcakes, but it’s most because either they’re way too sweet or just way overloaded on buttercream frosting. These green tea cupcakes aren’t too sweet at all and I have to admit, the white chocolate cream frosting with black sesame powder is finger-licking good.
I was surprised the other day when I commented on another blog regarding a scrumptious looking loaf of bread with these words: I used to be a baker . After my fingers typed the words I paused----I used to be a baker? Logically, it made sense. Yes, I used to wake up in the wee hours of the morning to produce crackling loaves of various kinds of bread and bursting-at-the-seams sweet rolls. I no longer do. My clogs with the ever present coat of flour are now clean---the flour scrubbed off long ago.
Valentine's Day is the most romantic day of the year. All those cherubs and roses! Have you decided what delectable delights you will eat by candlelight tonight? As always, Curly Wurly has some entirely serviceable ideas that will undeniably set a distinctive mood.