Make Christmas, even more, delicious with these Soft Cinnamon Sugar Gingerbread Cookies. They’re sugar and spice and all things nice. […]
Soft , plump and tender, these White Chocolate Banana Walnut Cookies taste like a slice of fresh banana bread, only […]
Crunchy Pumpkin Banana Biscotti with Maple Syrup Glaze are the perfect autumn treat to dip in a cup of tea, […]
Chocolate lovers, do I have a cookie for you! These crispy Choco Oat Toffee Chip Cookies will satisfy your desire […]
Cinnamon Sugar Sand Dollar Cookies are super easy to make and are the perfect way to celebrate summer. I can’t […]
When I think of Isabel, I think of delicious food, the Florida sunshine, and bright, vivid colors, much like Isabel’s personality. Pink Lemonade Cookies seemed appropriate for Isabel’s party because they remind me of Florida flamingos, Isabel’s friendly nature, and let’s face it, who doesn’t enjoy cookies at a party, virtual or not?
I’ve never been to Hawaii, and it’s on my bucket list of places I’d like to visit one day. Until that time, the closest I’ll get is that my husband and I are throwing a big luau party/pig roast party in our backyard in the next couple of weeks. These cookies will be on the dessert menu.
It was right before Christmas 2014 when I got one of the biggest compliments from a friend that I’ve ever received. She said something to the effect of being in awe of me in the way I keep reinventing myself. I was a little taken aback at such a compliment because I’d never looked at it that way before.
In honor of today, March 25th being National Chocolate Peanut Butter Day (#ChocPBDay), I’ve decided to share a recipe for something that I haven’t made since my boys were little.
Quite honestly, I only made them once, maybe twice, back then. But, they’ve not been forgotten, by me, or by them.
This dinner of German Beef Rouladen is near and dear to my heart for so many reasons. If you’ve been a regular reader of my blog, then you know that several times I’ve written a little bit about my grandfather on my mother’s side that came over on the boat from war-torn Germany. His name was Hugo.