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Sometimes life demands cookies. When it does, these are the ones you want to have up your sleeve, or, better still, ready to go in your freezer.
Don’t knock ’em till you’ve tried ’em.
It’s that time of year when we habitually stop and think of things that we are thankful for, then I write them on the totally awesome DIY chalk board that I made (technically supervised Jon making).
Jon and I were having dinner in the kind of restaurant where you’re practically sitting on your neighbor’s lap, and it was impossible not to overhear their conversation, though, I’ll admit, I wasn’t exactly trying not to.
Valentines is upon us. Now that Superbowl is over I am prepared to get out the pink candles, the wooden heart mobile, and, most importantly of all, the heart shaped cutters out of the box.
The Christmas party was in full swing when someone suggested that we all go and check out the “awesome penthouse with the million dollar views” that was currently for sale in the building.
Christmas baking can feel like a step too far sometimes. Too pressured to be any fun– a source of work rather than a source of joy.
There are a few foods that inspire absolute devotion from my friends. Bacon is one, Nutella is the other. Since neither of these are difficult to provide, I suppose I ought to opt for an easy life and serve nothing … Continue reading →