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With Valentine's Day fast approaching, I assume you've already started thinking about your presents.
I know it sounds cliche as ever, but it seems like just yesterday I was posting about the birth of our first child. I feel like I blinked my eyes and here he is, one year old, walking around the house climbing on everything and chattering up a storm!
Believe it or not, I haven’t always liked pumpkin. In fact, it wasn’t until about five years ago that I started realizing pumpkin didn’t always mean a mushy and often tasteless pie eaten at Thanksgiving in the name of tradition. These muffins were undoubtedly the gateway treat that started it all, and I’ve never looked back.
Having a father who was an elementary school principal meant that around the holidays, our home was full to the brim with all manner of Christmas cookies, fudge, candy, and more.
This raspberry rhubarb crumble is so simple. It’s a pie pan full of ripe fruit topped with a simple three-ingredient streusel like topping. We sometimes add rolled oats or almonds for extra crunch, but that’s not necessary.
Can you call these cupcakes if you eat them with a fork?
Growing up, we had this probably once a week.
We love to eat breakfast for dinner, it’s easy and I have all the ingredients.
“Positive, positive, positive!!” That’s my favorite line from Knocked Up.
My mom and I were in the mood to bake yesterday.
This is the sort of discovery that inspires me to host a dinner party.
When I was a kid my Mom used to make wonderful sweet treats for me and my sister. One of the desserts she used to prepare most often was this strawberry roulade.
Scones are well-known and popular treat for accompanying a cup of tea or coffee. They are quick breads per se.
After having taken a course of antibiotics for flu a few weeks ago, I found that not only was the medication really good to help kill the bad bacteria, sadly, but also my appetite. I understand yoghurt provides probiotics, known as good, friendly bacteria that’s beneficial for our digestive system. Too bad, I’m not quite into the blank and tangy taste of this dairy product.