My brownies are number #90318 on http://www.FoodGawker.com. Exciting! I am loving all of these new food sites that I am learning about. Know of any more? Leave a comment and send them my way! Thanks for reading! Continue reading I made it onto www.FoodGawker.com!
I had the first snowday yesterday since I was in highschool. My boss called me early in the morning to let me know the office was closed. It was so nice – and for just a minute I felt like I used to when I was little. Snowdays. Sigh. Close your eyes and just remember – … Continue reading Triple Chocolate Brownies
My cousin Kelley came up to visit with Birdy, Banjo and I over the last couple of days. We had a great time talking over some magnum bottles of red and enjoying burgers and beers with friends at the Farmhouse’s new basement parlor – can you tell we’re related? Of course I changed the guestroom … Continue reading Tiramisu Cupcakes
If your read my post about my Holiday Rum Cake Mishap… On a second try, I actually created a masterpiece. (Well, I followed the directions and the cake came out as it should have… that’s a masterpiece to me!) I brought it to Birdy’s parents house for a post-Thanksgiving indulgence (as if we didn’t indulge … Continue reading This is What A Holiday Rum Cake SHOULD Look Like
Ah, it is rounding near to my favorite holiday: Thanksgiving. I’m baking up my new favorite Apple Pie recipe: Dutch Apple Streusel pie. Stay tuned. So to get in the mood, I lit some candles, put Rachel Ray on mute (not that I wouldn’t have done that anyways), and got myself involved with a bottle … Continue reading Good ol’ Standby: Broke Ass Red Wine
I remember my mother making this cake around the holidays. Standing on my tip-toes allowed me just enough height to peer over the countertop in time to see the glaze hit the nutty crests of the Bundt. This cake had slipped to the dark crevasses in the back of my mind since my mom has … Continue reading Holiday Rum Cake
This is an article I wrote for a publication I produced for work. I mentioned this in the last post. I went to Village Wine and Coffee in Shelburne, VT. and interviewed the owner. It was a great experience and super fun to learn a little more about wine selection. The topics I go over … Continue reading A Glass of Holiday Cheer: Because Life is too Short not to Drink Good Wine