Here’s what I’m singing along to in the kitchen today.
A great folk cover of Woody Guthrie & Billy Bragg’s tune, Way Over Yonder in the Minor Key. Dave Carter and Tracy Grammer do it right.
I had the pleasure of whipping up some sweet treats for a fun dessert photo shoot by our friend, Clark. This man has some serious skills behind the lens and somehow found a way to make these goodies look even more delicious.
So much for those last lingering pregnancy pounds, right?
One of the greatest things about birthdays is that there’s a guaranteed cake
(or cupcake or treat). I have been the designated office “birthday buddy”
for my girlfriend, Nicole, for 7 years now and her 30th deserved something
special — Oreo cupcakes. They’re so good, you don’t even have to make a wish.
A two-week baking hiatus should never be allowed. I think my oven was angry with me, so I wanted to redeem myself & thought this would do the trick — Key Lime Pound Cake. It was so tempting that my husband and I had to try a slice before dinner (and after dinner, too).
21 years ago, my Grandma Henry gave my sisters and me each a copy of our “Family Favorites” cookbook. I still enjoy flipping through the worn-down pages to see the recipes that have inspired us all these years.
I know that her love for baking was definitely passed down to me…so, perhaps her classic Swedish Rye Bread should be next on my to-bake list.
Georgia has been on my mind lately after a weekend visit to Kennesaw to see my folks. I figured what better way to build on that than with peaches! My taste buds were pleased when these fresh ones turned into brown sugar-cinnamon peach pie.
Sometimes, you shouldn’t have to choose between chocolate and buttercream.