Celebrating and mimosas just seem to go together, and there’s always something to celebrate. Let’s open a bottle of bubbly and get started. Originally mimosas were made with orange juice, but today I’m featuring grapefruit mimosas that are almost too pretty to drink. Continue reading
I’m not sure if I dare call peanut butter chocolate chip oatmeal cookies a healthy snack, but they’re close. They can also be made gluten-free, which is a welcome option for family members with a sensitivity to gluten. Continue reading
Every time I bake-up a batch of sweets, I think of the quote by Oscar Wilde, “I can resist everything except temptation”. I don’t know about you, but I have a hard time passing up fresh scones. Especially lemon lime scones that are soft, crumbly and easy to make. Continue reading
How can anyone who loves shortbread ever get tired of these simple cookies, especially when there are a bazillion variations to make? If you are looking for an excuse to make shortbread cookies, how about Valentine’s Day. Dipped Shortbread Cookies are sure to melt anyone’s heart. Continue reading
These yummy treat bags are for my co-workers. It’s a surprise. 😉 If you’re looking for last-minute ideas you can make them too. Treat bags are always fun to give and receive. Today I’m sharing an easy way to create vintage gift tags, and a delightfully simple recipe for white candy coated popcorn. Continue reading
When I make a charcuterie tray, I thrown the rules out the window and create it just the way we like it. The range of favors and textures never disappoints, no matter what type of wine we decide to open. Create your own charcuterie tray to serve as an appetizer or enjoy as a romantic meal by following a few suggestions. Continue reading
Today I’m sharing a tried and true recipe for Sand Tarts. They are one of my favorite cookies to make during the holidays, not too sweet and melt-in-your-mouth good.
Getting out the vintage flour sifter takes me back to age of six, standing on a chair, helping my mom make cookies. My favorite part was measuring the ingredients, then I lost interest until the cookies came out of the oven.
Potato leek soup is one of my favorite recipes. It’s easy to make and has a short list of ingredients. Perfect! In addition to sharing a great recipe, I also have three ways to serve potato leek soup with optional toppers. Bring on the tasty hot soup. Continue reading