Edible gifts you make for others are the best kind of gifts for the holidays. They typically don’t end up being re-gifted, they are always appreciated, they’re great for people of all ages, and they feel more personal than a store-bought gift. If you ask me
In my last blog post, we talked about what makes a pie a pie. (Well, sort of.) In this one, let’s talk about chiffon. No, not the clothing material. Chiffon, as in chiffon cake. Or in this case
I love taking one food and turning it into another. Case in point: these Gluten-Free S’Mores Cupcakes. A campfire classic baked to perfection!
When I was a little girl, I desperately wanted to join the Girl Scouts. I had visions of learning life saving skills and getting badges for such things as besting a raging river, finding my way out of the forest by looking at where the moss grows on trees and giving CPR to fellow Girl Scouts. I dreamed of
ATTENTION: You officially have 1 weekend to finish your Christmas shopping, finish planning or shopping for your holiday meals, and wrap gifts. And while I can’t help you with two of those things, I can certainly help you