Sometimes the neighbors wander over after the kids’ playdate, or your friends or family at your vacation rental house want something to tide them over. We all need some super simple go-to snacks that keep people snacking until the grill is fired up. And we need recipes that are not measuring cup dependent. (Who can ever […]
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Crazy about chocolate? Join us in A Tasteful Place — Test Pavilion to learn how to make chocolate recipes from A to Z, putting your culinary creativity to the test. Learn to make a nice mix of sweet and savory recipes, such as mole sauce and chocolate croissants, providing a well-rounded repertoire to impress friends or family.
If you have no idea what’s for breakfast, or if cereal is your usual answer, then we need to talk. Cereal is great, but it isn’t super nutritious or filling, and children need a good and satisfying meal to start their day. Let me be your breakfast coach and cheer you all the way to the […]
After giving birth, I didn’t poop for EIGHT whole days. Yes, you read that right. EIGHT DAYS. Thankfully, my lovely nurse at Baylor Hospital in Grapevine, Texas, shared the secret to comfortable poops with me, and now I am here to share it with you.
The flavorless crumbly mounds of flour and water you have had before do not deserve to be called scones. So just brace yourself. Here they are, the world’s best chocolate chip scones. (Or at least the best I have had.) Merry Christmas and Meri Kirihimete.
Whether you are dashing through the snow or dreaming of a white Christmas, a little holiday cocktail is sure to make your celebration just a little more merry (and bright). Here are three of my very favorite holiday cocktails and some kid-friendly options.
Determined not to let Mickey Mouse and diaper changes replace all of my hobbies, I took a new approach to cake baking. The EASY approach! No matter your baking style, consider trying out a few of my favorite hacks the next time the baking bug strikes.