My friend Laura opened this adorable studio to host craft workshops. These aren’t your run of the mill Joann’s fabrics classes, kids. These are full fledged super hip workshops; macrame, wood working, dream catchers, chalk art, floral arranging.
This has been on my list for a year. I have a running list of ideas I keep. I will be watching a cooking show, see a food item at the store, or my kids will say something and it gets my brain
It was only a few weeks into the school year when it was my turn to prepare a special breakfast treat for the teachers. I wanted it to be something special. Something that started their day with a smile and a delicious treat.
I apologize now for these. There is absolutely no easy way for me to say this. But once you have had these, you may never be the same. You may sleep with a beautiful jar of cinnamon. You may ask for the cinnamon roll air freshener at the car wash. It might even lead you down the dark delicious path of the “cinnamon roll only diet.” It’s all the rage, you know.
Hi folks! I am reposting this because my macarons were featured in an article over at Style Me Pretty! To read the article, click here!
Wow. I made it. There were moments there that I wasn’t quite sure I would actually make it to the other side of Sean and Annie’s wedding (Henceforth known as Seannie). It all started off with the macarons. Oh, how those lovely little sandwich cookies kept me up nights pulling my hair out by the fistfull. But, alas!! They were finished on the morning of the un-rehearsal dinner. I packaged them up and sent those complicated little bastards back to the fridge to wait to be delivered to the wedding, the next day.
I’ve been making this cake for years. It’s rich and moist and the frosting is so stinkin’ good. With St. Patty’s day happening tomorrow, I thought it was a great time to share this cake with you!