This is my 2nd year as a participant in The Great Food Blogger Cookie Swap, where each participant sends one dozen homemade cookies to three different people chosen by the organizers. I was so excited to participate again in this fun swap. Not only do I love to bake and enjoy cookies, but it also supports a great cause - Cookies 4 Kid’s Cancer. A win-win situation!
I received (huge) White Chocolate cookies from JenniferBakes, Chocolate Rugelach from The Chef in Pearls, and some
I love hosting Thanksgiving and so excited to being hosting again now that we are living near family. My new dining room table arrived last week. I bought some new Fall decorations for the table. Check out photo of table in this previous post. I'm currently looking at Pinterest for some potential ideas of table setup. Any ideas?
I'll definitely share more photos as we approach closer to the holiday!
I would love to hear what your family traditions are for the holiday in the comments
I can't believe it has been 6 months since my last blog post. It's been a crazy few months. What's new?
I had an excellent job opportunity within my company that allowed me to relocate back to my hometown of Cleveland. My husband and I were very excited about this since all of our friends and family are back there. Over the next 2 months, we house hunted, packed up and moved from Northern California to a suburb in western Cleveland. We were so excited to have a home again! (And I was
I love entertaining! That's one thing I miss doing. Before we relocated out to California, my husband and I were always inviting friends and family over for get togethers. The most popular appetizer that was requested for each and every party were these Brown Sugar Bacon Wrapped Sausages!
This was my chance to try new recipes and have plenty of taste testers.
A few months ago, I happened to be searching through Pinterest for some new appetizer ideas and came across this one. I decided
a.k.a. Supremes De Volaille Aux Champignons
I love Julia Child. She had such high enthusiasm with food and loved using fresh ingredients. I was beyond excited to receive my first Julia Child cookbooks at my bridal shower a few years ago from one of my friends. (Thank you Maureen!!)
This particular recipe is in Mastering the Art of French Cooking, Volume 1.
However, a bit of a WARNING before making this dish... You may be tempted to lick all the remaining sauce off of your plate. I