I love to read. A few years ago I read this book, The Baker’s Daughter by Sarah McCoy. I love to read fictional books about food and I also, apparently, love to read World War II fiction. I didn’t mean to love WWII fiction; it is just something that happened. Most of my all time… Continue reading Cherry Jam
Mother’s Day is on Sunday. Don’t worry if you haven’t bought your mom a card yet or you don’t want to spend $97,000 on three flowers… I’ve got you covered! Make your mom her very own Mother’s Day Brunch. There are several recipes just on this blog alone that would be great for Mother’s Day Brunch;… Continue reading Lemon Ricotta Pancakes: An Easy Mother’s Day Treat!
I’m so excited about today’s post! I know I’m a day early but I couldn’t wait. A few things to help you understand where this is coming from… I found The Great British Baking Show on Netflix!!! If you will remember from a previous post, I was obsessed with The Great American Baking Show and… Continue reading Scones with Homemade Clotted Cream
We are going to take a little break from France today. We will head back next week but I just received an update on something I have been waiting for… In early 2016, I entered the “Bring Your Best Bowl” contest at Quaker Oats. You could submit entries for a new instant oatmeal flavor. This… Continue reading My Perfect Bowl
The French are very serious about their wine. From what I understand, each region has different rules/laws by which it is governed. Today I will try and give you a very basic introduction to the Burgundy region of France, or Bourgogne. We took a fantastic 1 day tour with Burgundy Discovery. We had delicious… Continue reading An Intro to French Burgundy