5 Things I Learned from Craftsy Course French Pastry Classics
Photos via Craftsy course French Pastry Shop Classics As youse-all know, I am a frequent contributor to Craftsy, a fantastic website which offers all sorts of crafty content. And (get jealous) as a perk, I occasionally get a screener of one of their classes. Actually, their classes are amazingly
Bake For Good: A Sweet Adventure with King Arthur Flour
So. A few months ago I get an email from King Arthur Flour asking if I'll join their "Bake For Good" event in Seattle. Now, without even knowing what that was, my initial impulse was to say "yes! YES!". You see, I am a big fan of King Arthur Flour. One of the benefits of being a blogger is that ...
Recipe for Unicorns: Rainbow Gelatin Squares
Good news for me: I got a review copy of a book in the mail. My bookshelf is happy! Good news for you: in this book, entitled The 250 Best Brownies, Bars and Squares , there is a recipe for UNICORN FOOD! Now, in the book they call it Rainbow Gelatin Squares, but I'm not fooled. And happily, I'm
Millionaire's Shortbread Using Cookie Dough From a Tube
I know, I know--I'm amazing. I figured out a way to streamline the process of making Millionaire's shortbread by employing sugar cookie dough from the refrigerated tube. I win at life! This easy Millionaire's shortbread recipe comes together quickly, and tastes awesome. How could it not--it has all
Spring Cleaning: Amazing Savings on CakeSpy Products
I've been at the artwork game for a while, and I feel like it's time for a change. I've decided to debut some awesome new designs, but first, I need to clear out the old to make room for the new! This is great news for you, because I am selling onesies, cards, and other products at AMAZING savings.
Six Fascinating Facts About Easter Candy
Happy Easter, my sweet friends! I thought you might like to take a break from all the family time to learn some interesting candy facts. Here are 6 fascinating facts about Easter candy! Americans have strong opinions on the order in which chocolate bunnies ought to be eaten. According to one study,
How to Make Homemade Jelly Beans with Peanut Butter
Seriously. You can make your own jelly beans! They're not as pretty as the commercial kind but they taste a million times better. And--importantly--learning how to make homemade jelly beans is easy. I made mine with peanut butter for a post for the ever-lovely Peanut Butter and Company , but you ...
Baker's Dozen: A Batch of Sweet Links!
Awesome interview with me on Vanilla Sugar blog . Did I mention that you can win my books via said interview post? Tasty grilled cheese picks in LA! This might be my last recipe post ever on Serious Eats as they are changing their website format. Luckily it's a good one. A fantastic article about
Helpful Tutorial: How to Draw a Bunny
Get your Easter off to a hoppin' start with this sweet tutorial. Whether you're a kid or an adult, drawing bunnies is a ton of fun. Here's how to do it! If I did this correctly, you should be able to drag the image to your desktop and print it larger. Enjoy!
Cadbury Creme Egg in Hole Toast
Yes, I went there, and it tasted glorious. Find the recipe here. Inspired by the use of Cadbury Creme Eggs in recipes? Be sure to check out my suite of Easter recipes using the creamy eggs, including Cadbury Creme Eggs Benedict , Deviled Cadbury Creme Eggs , Cadbury Creme Egg Foo Young , and ...