When I was growing up, every once in a while I would get a treat, which we called ‘merengue’. But if you search this term in Google you will likely just get results for catchy Spanish music – most popular in the Dominican Republic.
Earlier this year, I found one of my favorite treasures ever – a McCall’s Cookbook from 1963 (a first printing). Within it is the most basic cookie – a brown-sugar shortbread cookie – and that’s what I put together here with a starry twist! Continue reading
When Olya, of The Siberian American, was looking for a guest post while on her trip I was really excited to jump at the opportunity to share a recipe with her readers! She mentioned that she would be visiting Traverse City, which is known for producing at least 70% of the tart cherries in the U.S. annually! That’s over 200 MILLION POUNDS – and lots of cherry cobbler!! Continue reading
Cinco de Mayo is just around the corner and it’s actually not going to be a day of celebration for us. Even though we are not, I wanted to share a past due recipe on the blog that would fit the occasion perfectly for you – the best rum cake, evarr. Continue reading
Ordinarily, baking cookies is already something I really enjoy. One of the things that I always try to do is have homemade desserts always available for my family. Something about filled cookie jars just makes me feel like a better mom (wouldn’t your kids agree with that?) Continue reading
Hey guys! I Hope you are doing awesome! Today’s recipe is something I put together based on an early morning craving. Continue reading