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The Big Squeeze

When Jason and I were expecting our first baby together, he decided that margaritas were pretty darn tasty. He thought it was great that any time we went out for a meal, he had a designated driver and could indulge in a few drinks if he liked. I was annoyed that I couldn’t have any, but even more annoyed at the price of a $15 top-shelf cocktail! We didn’t dine out frequently, which left us learning how to make...

Food as Art

It’s no secret that we like to play with our food. I used to love making little gumpaste and fondant creatures for cakes. Sometimes it’s fun getting your hands a little “dirty” with food. As the mom of all boys, I *know* getting dirty! Today, my 8 year old is sick in bed, so I’m doing all that I can to keep my preschooler out of his hair, allowing him to rest and recover. I decided finger...

Holla for Challah

I admit it; I have mad challah love. Tender crumb, slightly sweet, perfect for toast, sandwiches or french toast. It’s also ridiculously easy with the use of the bread machine. 3/4 C room temp water (6oz) 1/3 C room temp butter (2.6 ounces, by weight) 1 egg, room temp (crack into a bowl and microwave 10 seconds) 1/4 C sugar 1 tsp salt 3 C bread flour 1 3/4 tsp yeast (regular plain dry yeast, not that stuff that is...

Pick Me!

It’s apple season! Granny Smiths are a great apple for cooking with because they are especially firm, so they soften but dont get mushy when cooked or baked. That makes them the perfect apple for making this deep-fried treat. They make something similar to these at Legoland, but if you don’t live near San Diego, or don’t wish to shell out $7 to park and $70 to buy a ticket for the privilege of paying $4 more...

All Mixed Up

Everyone loves chocolate chip cookies, especially warm and fresh from the oven. However the best ones require quite a few ingredients, which can be a pain to drag out and measure and put back away. Simple solution: make your own mix! In fact, make 3 or 4 of them to keep in the pantry. Then you can have fresh cookies any time, without all the work. Packaged in decorative box, it also makes a lovely hostess gift or holiday...
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