The sun has officially started shining in Washington. But come this time of year, you can never tell how truthful it’s being, or if it’s just taunting you. It’s bright and beautiful when you look out the window, but once you step outside, y
This weekend, I went out of town. I went to visit my parents, and I watched my dad play music for a crowd of people. I was hesitant to go at first, because of the long drive, but I’m thrilled I ended up going.
Driving across Washington state
Let’s talk briefly about Salted Caramel, shall we?
Salted Caramel is probably one of the best definitions of “dessert trend” we’ll ever find. People have always loved caramel, but when you add a sprinkle of salt in the mix, it becomes
I’m just going to say it. If you don’t like the combination of chocolate and peanut butter, namely Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, then you’re insane. That’s it. Plain and simple.
Chocolate and peanut butter is the most quintessential combin
Here we are again, closing in on another Valentine’s Day. Some people are swooning, and some people are incredibly bitter. Secret admirers are making plans, and kids are addressing foil cards with their best penmanship. And while everyone has t
Let me share a secret with you. I’m somewhat convinced that I may die from eating too much raw cookie dough. There has never been a batch of cookies made in my kitchen that I haven’t sampled the dough prior to baking. It’s an addiction, and
Summer is officially coming on strong! I often think that Washington is absolutely the last place in the world to receive summer greetings, but that’s just me. I get anxious about it. I don’t necessarily get anxious about the hot sun, but I g
Can we just take a minute to talk about cookies? Personally, I think they’re overlooked. And yes, I’ll admit, I’m a culprit as well.
When you think rich, chocolately dessert, do you ever think about cookies? No. Not usually. It’s usual
Maple syrup is a staple in my diet. I know, as cliché as that sounds, it’s true. I grew up visiting stores nestled among maple trees, tasting each batch of maple syrup ranging from dark to light. I brought maple syrup buckets and spiles for sh