I brought these to camp for the other counsellors at camp, which is where I am currently working. A good high school friend of mine and fellow counsellor helped me make this, so thank you Margot! Your house has PERFECT lighting. It’s actually amazing. These turned out super well and tangy with just the right […]
Mothers and grandmothers are amazing. Seasoned bakers who learned from their moms whom learned from their moms often know recipes and the order in which they go like they know how to breathe. They don’t think about it, and they don’t really measure that precisely. It’s a few cups of this, a couple dashes of […]
MAY THE FOURTH BE WITH YOU while you stuff this in your face. When I first started this blog, I really really wanted to make this, but I didn’t have a bundt pan. I couldn’t justify buying one for the longest time because I saw them for 20-30 bucks, usually more towards the 30. But […]
One thing I absolutely LOVE about the holiday season is all the peppermint flavoured stuff. I love candy canes, peppermint patties, peppermint hot chocolates… gawww so delicious. Every year, I go on some sort of peppermint patty kick. The Pivik sells these 3-inch ones (Cadbury? Pep?) that last me about a week because they’re so […]
So I decided to go back to something sweet tonight. One of my coworkers ALWAYS brings overripe bananas that are perfect for baking. I’m a little sick of banana bread and banana muffins from making it too much a couple summers ago, so I opted for some banana chocolate chip cookies!
As some of you may know, my degree-in-process is Spanish-French-English translation with a minor in Spanish. Despite taking all my Spanish courses, I’m not super educated on Spanish food. One example of such is the crispy, sugary, cinnamony churro. In this case, two-bite churros!