Since living in the South, I have come to learn how much Southerner’s love their red velvet cake! The captivation of red velvet cake goes back generations for these folks. As long as they can remember, there was always a red velvet cake around during celebrations. For Southerner’s, red velvet cake is a tradition. Now me being from California, the
It was warmer in Iceland yesterday with a balmy temperature of 33.1F degrees than it was in my hometown of Georgia, USA, where the morning temperature was a frosty 6F degrees and the high was a cozy 27F degrees! I was wearing sweats, thermals, socks, and had the heat on and still feeling chilly inside my home. All I can
Baby, its cold outside! And I have got the best chili to warm you up on winter days like this! I don’t know about you but I love to make crockpot (slow cooker) meals when it’s this cold outside. Just the smell of something cooking warms the house up and makes your tummy grumble just thinking of how good it’s
To build upon our healthy food from last week is my Baked Cinnamon Apples which can be used for a topping on the Honey & Nut yogurt….or frozen vanilla yogurt, vanilla ice cream, pancake, waffles, or French toast topping, added to oatmeal, or just warmed and eaten plain out of a bowl! As a matter of fact, you can use
Happy New Year 2014! Woot! Woot! That’s right I Wooted! I hope everybody had a great ending to 2013 and wishing y’all the best in the New Year! As I was driving home this morning, I was thinking what better way to start the New Year than with two of my favorite foods – peanut butter and chocolate! Ah yes,
I hope everyone had a memorable Christmas and Santa brought you everything you wanted! I know I was very pleased with what Santa brought me this year…a KitchenAid Mixer!! And not just any old KitchenAid Mixer but a RED one with a 5.5 quart mixing bowl!! Oh, I am a happy girl! But alas, the year 2013 is coming to a
(Singing) “You better watch out, you better not cry, you better not pout, I’m telling you why, Santa Claus is coming to town! Santa Claus is coming to town……!” Oh you caught me singing (blushing)! Ah, Christmas Eve and not much more time to bake cookies and sweets before the big day when everyone gathers around. I do know the
When I was still living back home, my mom and I would make Christmas cookies for all the family, our neighbors, friends, and co-workers. However, since I’ve moved to Georgia, I have to admit, I haven’t been consistent with our traditional Christmas cookie bake off. But this year, the baking bug has bit me and I’m making cookies, baking brownies,
I’ve been wanting to jump on the salted caramel bandwagon since I first saw recipes for salted caramel this and that, basically anything you could think of, back in the spring. Since I was in the mood for baking cookies, holidays and all being my excuse, I thought I would finally breakdown and try what everybody has been talking about.
I can’t believe there are only 7 more shopping days until Christmas. This holiday has just snuck up on me this year! And you know what 7 more shopping days of Christmas mean? Only 7 more days to make and bake something Christmassy (is that even a word?? Not quite sure Webster’s dictionary recognizes Christmassy, but I’m using it today!).