I love snowstorms for about 24-48 hours. We always have plenty of supplies on hand and never need to rush to the store in a panic. So as far as I’m concerned, it’s just a good excuse to get cozy and watch movies. Snow is always so beautiful when it first falls. Then the icy
Let’s talk about layer cakes, since I get a few questions about them. I won’t lie to you; mine aren’t the easiest. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t learn to create a beautiful, slightly more advanced cake. You need to be willing to invest in some reasonably priced equipment, and learn a few techniques. You
I appreciate everyone who has been reaching out to me since my recent post about a prolonged bought with fatigue. I’ve been grateful for all of the thoughts, suggestions and words of encouragement.
Before I talk about life and about this cake, I’d love to tell you about a workshop I’ll be attending in May. There are still a few more spaces available! I’ll be joining Eva from Adventures in Cooking and Carey from Reclaiming Provincial in Cape Cod for a food styling, photography and cheese making workshop! We’d
I haven’t had a ton of family recipes passed down to me. When I was growing up, one of the most requested recipes was my Grandma Zelda’s pistachio cake. It was this beautiful loaf cake with a layer of green-tinted pistachio cake on the bottom and decadent chocolate cake on top. The cake was rich, moist