This past Sunday for the Super Bowl my husband decided to make homemade marshmallows for Smore's. These were very good and especially cute cut out with a heart-shaped cookie cutter. Print Homemade Marshmallow Recipe Author: Epicurious.com Ingredients coconut oil spray 1 . . .
I had to work at Gather all day on the evening we were hosting Cookiefest so Ben made my entry. Instead of finding an unusual recipe I decided to go to Epicurious.com and search for the highest rated cookie recipe. Ha! Turns out, that strategy worked. These cookies were amazing. Seriously, these . . .
For many years now my husband and I have been hosting an annual celebration we call Cookiefest. It started with a small group of friends coming over and just making as many cookies as possible in one night. Eventually, it evolved into an event where everyone brings cookies that they've made and they . . .
A few months ago I had the privilege of working as a food & prop stylist for Southern Season alongside photographer Lissa Gotwals. The shoot was for an advertorial that is featured in the December/January issue of Garden & Gun Magazine. If you don't know much about Southern Season, they . . .
Photography by Michelle Smith . . .
I'm so proud of my husband. For the past five years or so he's been making peppermint bark every holiday for gifting to family & friends. After lots of requests from those friends wanting to give to their own friends, he decided to make it official. His business is called The Apothecary's . . .
How great is this packaging from Big Picture Farm? Big Picture Farm is run by Louisa Conrad and Lucas Ferrell, one a poet, the other an artist. Apprenticing at farms and learning cheese making, eventually, they bought their own goats which led to this caramel business. Beautiful and . . .
With loads of family in town for the holidays I decided to make these scones from frozen berries we had on hand. These have a soft cake like quality and and get their sweet flavor from the berries without using much sugar. Print Blueberry Cranberry Scones SERVINGS: 6 or 12 . . .
Since yesterday was Father's Day my husband decided to treat himself by making homemade doughnut holes, something that has been on his to-make list for awhile. We didn't have two circle cookie cutters of the right size to make the traditional doughnut shape so instead he just made them into doughnut . . .
When I saw the recipe for these chocolate chip shortcakes filled with berries and dark chocolate sauce from Sunset magazine, I knew I'd have to make a variation. I'm sure the chocolate would be great, but we had homemade strawberry ice cream in the freezer. This was so good. Print Recipe: . . .
This week has really kicked my butt. Too many (exciting & consuming) projects on the horizon to think about, a lot of home tasks, and the beginning of summer break for my preschooler. I will return next week with the rest of my highlights from Surtex and NSS. Until then, I'll leave you . . .
I've already professed my love for quinoa in another recipe post here. Not only is it good for you because of it's high levels of iron and fiber, it is also gluten free. That's not an issue for us but I know for a lot of people it is. I like this recipe because I can quickly make it with frozen peas . . .