This recipe was originally published on March 27, 2018. Can you ever have too much bread? I don’t think so, especially when it’s fragrant homemade challah bread. I love the gloriously shiny crust and soft, slightly sweet interior! The chewy texture of this well-flavored bread makes it so tempting fresh from the oven. 😋 What… Read More How to Make Easy Challah Bread
For many years, carrot cake has been a family favorite dessert. Both of my younger sisters, Bookworm Beth and Artistic Alex, have enjoyed carrot cake for their first birthdays. For this blog post, I’ve adapted our family’s favorite recipe given to us by my grandmother many years ago. Hopefully this recipe will become a go… Read More World’s Greatest Carrot Cake
Okay, it’s Friday. You’ve had a hard week and are so ready for the weekend. De-stress by reclining on the porch, enjoying the spring breeze, and sipping on one of these sparkling grapefruit and ginger fizz. It’s so refreshing, you’ll want to have a refill! 🥂 Better yet, these fizzes are non alcoholic. On your… Read More Sparkling Grapefruit and Ginger Fizz
Cucumber sandwiches are perfect for an Easter brunch, ladies tea, or a light lunch. Traditionally served in England in the late afternoon with a cup of tea, cucumber sandwiches make an excellent light snack. There’s a reason why these delightful sandwiches have been very popular in the UK since Victorian times! Across the pond, there… Read More Easy Cucumber Sandwiches
A year ago, I came across a recipe for torta pasqualina online. I thought the pie looked so beautiful when it was sliced; the crisp golden pastry enveloping the striking green spinach filling and whole eggs. This pie’s attractive appearance is not the only interesting part. Torta pasqualina originates from Liguria, a region in northwest… Read More Torta Pasqualina: Italian Easter Pie
Several years ago, Grandma, Grandpa, Mom, and I went to visit my great-aunt and uncle in north Georgia for a few days. It’s always nice to visit family, especially when you haven’t seen them for a while. At the end of our visit, Aunt Karen gave us a big jar of homemade lemon curd to… Read More Homemade Lemon Curd
One year when my grandparents were visiting from Canada, we were going to bake lemon bars from our little Robin Hood flour cookbook. I was looking forward to trying this delightful spring dessert that Grandma was going to make. Our baking plans were brought to a halt when we realized we didn’t have enough flour! … Read More Easy Lemon Bars
For many years, deviled eggs have been one of my favorite spring and summer appetizers. They’re smooth, creamy, and refreshing, which is a win in my books! 😋🥚 Since Easter is coming soon, I’d like to share this springtime twist on an old classic. Not to mention some top tips that will make your eggs… Read More Easter Chick Deviled Eggs + Egg Peeling Secrets!