This toll house pie has all of the charm, flavor, and sweet gooeyness of a warm chocolate chip cookie.
I need to thank you all for the outpouring of love I have received since I lost my mom. The messages, emails, and comments from both friends and strangers has blown me away. I am truly touched.
I’m still having a hard time, understandably, but life moves on. My husband and boys sustain me, and creating recipes for all of you keeps me moving forward. Taking long walks in the warm sunshine and eating ice cream straight from the carton help too. >> More
A milkshake just for grown-ups made with creme de menthe liqueur and chocolate ice cream.
Milkshakes with booze: if you haven’t given them a try yet you are missing out. You’ve gotta have one, like, immediately. I don’t care if it’s 9 am. It’s 5 o’clock somewhere, right?
This spiked chocolate mint milkshake is the fulfillment of a childhood dream you didn’t even know you had. It’s a classic milkshake, with a little something extra. >> More
Bye-bye basic fettuccine alfredo! This roasted vegetable fettuccine alfredo with asiago cheese is my new fave.
In early March, when asparagus starts showing up at the grocery store for just a few bucks a bunch, that’s when I know. Spring produce, and then summer produce, is on its way.
And then I do a little happy dance right there in the produce aisle. Hooray! >> More
The buttery crust and tart filling of traditional lemon bars, with a coconut twist!
This recipe was developed in partnership with the American Butter Institute.
Here in Moab we have been enjoying the most dreamy pre-spring weather. It’s been sunny, warm, and today I even got to break out my flip flops. Hooray! We’re still in our first year here so I’m not really sure if this is normal or not, but I sure hope this isn’t just a big tease.
Even though lemon is a winter fruit, March is always when I start craving it nonstop. I think it’s because lemon reminds me of sunshine and right about now is when I want nothing but sunshine.
Winter be gone!
Layers of light and buttery vanilla cakes studded with rainbow sprinkles and frosted with fluffy vanilla buttercream frosting. Such a fun and cheerful dessert!
My mother passed away a few weeks ago. She had been seriously ill since the new year, but her death was still sudden and expected, not to mention completely devastating.
I took a few weeks off to spend time with my family, say goodbye to mom, and try to process everything. It’s been hard, as I’m sure you can imagine. But I’m finally ready to get back in the kitchen and try to move on as best as I can. >> More