Reading cookbooks as history. Unlock the past, deliciously!
If I ever have kids, I hope they are like these kids who launched a "Candy Unicorn Mini-Mart".
Would you eat an ice cream sundae in a can?
I think it's time to add to my United States of Ice cream compilation. What's your favorite place to get ice cream? Either comment on this post, the post linked to, or send me an email.
In case you missed it: a dessert you never ever have to share.
Would-be robbers don't get money, but do get some doughnuts.
Ombré ice cream pops. Don't you want one right now?
An interesting little background on the story of one of the most important food volumes there is.
Sausage and apple pie. Dinner, or dessert? Depends on if it's a la mode, I suppose.
I would like someone to throw me this exact Hello Kitty themed party, but for my 33rd birthday instead of my first.
Mistakes happen. However, if your mistakes are in watercolor, I can help you fix them.
You all know how devastated I was to hear of the closing of Angel Food Bakery in Chicago. BUT the story is not over: the owner is now offering classes in how to make her bestselling treats!
Speaking of Angel food, the cake, not the bakery, here's an interesting insight into its history.
Book of the week: Fix It In Foil. This book is all about foods that you can grill (or bake) nestled in foil. Because if you enjoyed my cakes grilled in orange shells, the dessert chapter in this book has awesome ideas along the same lines...s'mores burritos? Banana boats? Apple crisp? Yes, yes, yes.