Gingersnap Biscotti |

These cookies have all of the spice and molasses flavor of my grandmother’s famous gingersnaps, but with the extra snap and crunch of biscotti.

They’re perfect for dunking in coffee, hot cider, and even hot cocoa. Which means they’re practically breakfast food, right? Right? I may have eaten a few for breakfast the other day and I’m not even sorry about it. Continue Reading…


Just in time for Christmas, today I’m giving away this Hamilton Beach food processor!

Walnut Snowball Cookies & a Food Processor Giveaway

My food processor is one of my most favorite kitchen tools. True, it’s not an absolute necessity but it is extremely handy to have around. I use mine for chopping, slicing, shredding, pureeing, mixing and so much more.

I was so excited to try out this Hamilton Beach Stack and Snap™ 10 Cup Food Processor to see how it would hold up to all of my holiday baking.

Walnut Snowball Cookies & a Food Processor Giveaway

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This wreath made of homemade herb dinner rolls would make a stunning (and edible!) centerpiece for your holiday table.

Herb Dinner Roll Wreath - a perfect holiday centerpiece! From

Our little family unit is young, and we’re still figuring out our holiday traditions— mixing some from my family and some from my husband’s family, and creating new ones of our own.

Not surprisingly, a lot of our traditions revolve around food. We make divinity candy with Steve’s folks, have frango mint fudge with my family, sip homemade eggnog while watching Love Actually, and munch on cheese balls on Christmas eve.

I think I’ve created a new tradition with this fun dinner roll wreath. No matter the main dish, this will definitely be on our table come Christmas day. Continue Reading…


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