It’s that time of year kids! My holiday baking season has started. I’m already getting texts about making Buckeyes, cookies and pies. One of my favorite things about the holidays is spending time in the kitchen! My kids love to help me bake, and I love having my little sous chefs to squish on while the dough comes together. All this I why I’m super excited to be bringing your
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I’m am very happy to announce the upcoming nuptials for Becca from It’s Yummi! to Brian Donovan this Thursday the 31st of October 2013. To celebrate Kelley from Miss Information and I are throwing Becca a virtual bridal shower! We gathered together 10 of Becca’s blogging friends to share fall and Halloween inspired crafts and food that would be perfect to help any fall bride celebrate. It’s become a big
It’s no secret I adore Lena. She is just the bee’s knees and an all around wonderful person with amazing style. Sometimes I can’t help but jump in on her Tuesday10 posts. Especially one about my favorite holiday movies, sold! In no particular order – my holiday movie loves. Scrooged “Would ya please… for the love of God and your own body, hold the hammering!” Elf I’m
January – Soup and Oatmeal Month 01 – Bloody Mary Day 02 – Cream Puff Day 03 – Chocolate-Filled Cherry Day 04 – Spaghetti Day 05 – Whipped Cream Day 06 – Shortbread Day 07 – Tempura Day 08 – English Toffee Day 10 – Bittersweet Chocolate Day 11 – Milk Day 15 – Strawberry Ice Cream Day 16 – Fig Newton Day 17 – Hot-Buttered Rum Day 19 – Popcorn
It’s Popcorn Lover’s Day. Fun holiday right? I feel like I fit right in. Popcorn is wonderful and delicious. It’s a happy snack and comes in so many different forms and flavors. Caramel, Butter, Cheese, Jalapeno, Ginger Teriyaki, Kettle Corn. Cracker Jacks, Popcorn Balls, Fiddle Faddle. The lists go on and on. When I was in junior high, I would make popcorn and drizzle it with chocolate syrup, yum! I like
Happy Pi Day! Did you know the mathematical constant Pi had it’s own holiday? It does. Fun facts about Pi: Pi has been calculated to over one trillion digits beyond its decimal point. As an irrational and transcendental number, it will continue infinitely without repetition or pattern. Cool, huh? The first Pi Day was organized by Larry Shaw in San Fransisco. Today is also Albert Einstein’s birthday.
It’s National Chocolate Cake Day. This pretty much sounds like the best holiday ever. I mean, come on. It’s an excuse to bake and eat an entire some chocolate cake. I spent last night making this cake for you. Can I just tell you how hard it is to keep a two year old calm and collected when there’s chocolate cake, candy bars, and chocolate chips floating around the counter. A few
Happy Pi Day everyone! Or pie day for all you non-math nerds. 🙂 Today is officially the 1 year mark to my wedding. It’s weird to finally be all like, “it’s one year away.” Until now I’ve been ahead of the game and all the wedding timelines, and now I’m in them for real. To put my mind at ease, I made pie. And not just any pie. The craziest
Happy Cheesecake Day everyone! Cheesecake is one of my favorite all time, possibly my dessert island, desserts. I’ve asked my mom for a cheesecake for my birthday instead of regular cake more times than I can remember. Let’s celebrate today with a No Bake Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Cheesecake!! This cheesecake tastes awesome and is just perfect for the hot summer months – or whenever. Weather and season don’t
Happy Spaghetti Day everyone! I’m so excited to be sharing this dish with you today. It has so many of my favorite things – ground beef, pasta, cream cheese, french fried onions. YUM!! Grab a fork and let’s eat! Creamy Baked Spaghetti Print Prep time 5 mins Cook time 35 mins Total time 40 mins Author: Salad in a Jar Serves: 8 Ingredients 8 ounces uncooked spaghetti
To celebrate cake day, I was going to do something practical and make you all cake stands. But I wasn’t willing to fight the crowds to go shopping for the stuff I needed. I’ll make it up to you later. Promise. So instead to celebrate Cake Day, I’m paying homage to my favorite cake blogger. While cake isn’t the only sweet treat around Sprinkle Bakes, Heather makes cakes that
Happy Chocolate Day everyone!! Seriously, who thinks of these holidays? This one is totally brilliant. I first made these cookies for Sophie. I’m sure you all remember her from the Unique Sweets Challenge we co-hosted in July. Sophie loves pink and chocolate – can you see why we’re friends? Of course I had take this chance to pay a little homage to one of my all time
I worked at a steak house for 5 years. I love eating a good steak. I’m a snob about people ordering their meat well done – ewww. There’s nothing worse than seeing a gorgeous filet being cooked to death. But fear not, this recipe with bring your favorite filet (or any steak really) to great new heights. The relish is lovely and the sauce gives a wonderful creamy spice to
I miss playing music. It’s almost impossible to play my viola with the kids awake (they want to touch and see and yell at me if I say no) and I can’t play when they are asleep…what if they wake up? We can’t have that. *sigh* Someday soon I’ll get my chops back. In high school I was in orchestra, a fiddle performance group, marching band, and concert band.
I was a brownie. I was. Brown sash, weekend meetings, knot tying, all that stuff. Every year when our troop sold cookies I would always sell the most. Go me! I think it had in large part to do with my dad buying 10 boxes of peanut butter cookies and my mom taking my sign up sheet to the hospital where she worked. PICU nurses on a 12-hour shift
This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of FrogTape brand painter’s tape. All opinions are 100% mine. I don’t know what makes today different, but I’m finally in the Halloween spirit. I mean, it’s my favorite holiday and I always look forward to it, but now I feel like we’re on the final countdown. Maybe I’ve just listened to Europe one too many times with the boys.
I hope you’ve been enjoying all the Christmas cookies being shared so far this month. I have a lot more planned for next week, but now I’m indulging in one of my favorite holiday flavors – eggnog. While my brain instantly thinks about the drink, today I’m putting a spin on things and turning eggnog into cookies instead! These easy to make thumbprint cookies are SO yummy and full of
I love St. Patrick’s Day. It’s my favorite holiday. I get all giddy seeing green all over the place. We always spend the holiday bar hopping with the boys, eating pub food, seeing friends, and listening to some great local Irish bands. There are about a million and five ideas out there for St. Patrick’s Day. Printables, crafts, food, you name it – it’s out there. I had
Kate here again from Candidly Kate. Am I the only one that totally procrastinates holiday decorating? Holidays just sort of sneak up on me. AND….as an apartment renting person, I have a hard time wanting to store boxes and boxes of decorations. Well, if you are anything like me, these little pumpkins are the perfect thing. You most likely already have all of the supplies, and they require no storage! Take
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of The International Housewares Association . All opinions are 100% mine. Are you ready for another fabulous post I shook up for Inspired Home? This time it’s all about creating the perfect holiday cocktail! With Christmas right around the corner, be sure you have a fabulous cocktail to serve your friends! The Christmas Vacation may look like Christmas with it’s green