I postulated about a month or so ago that I wondered if one could make red velvet mochi cake. I have absolutely no idea why this popped into my head (I’m not even really a fan of red velvet) but I decided it would be worth a try. How hard could it be? A little […]
This month’s theme for Iron Cupcake: Earth is passion. Obviously, this is a Valentine’s thing. So I made these on Valentines Day.
I’m back out of my on-again-off-again hiatus to give you a little something I whipped up for this month’s Iron Cupcake.
So! I still haven’t found the time or energy to really get a coherent blog post together (and the majority of my holiday goodies have been failing MISERABLY) and things aren’t looking good for January either (can you say nearly a month of exams and multi-day projects?) but the other bakers are a-posting. Since I’m […]
One thing I don’t really bake often is quickbread. I generally wait until I have some bananas or zucchini or something to use up before I start pouring things into loaf pans. And then – even if the results are REALLY good – I don’t bother sharing because they don’t photograph that well and I, […]
The 2009 October Daring Bakers’ challenge was brought to us by Ami S. She chose macarons from Claudia Fleming’s The Last Course: The Desserts of Gramercy Tavern as the challenge recipe.
“In a prehistoric dried up lake A million years after the last earthquake There lived a little girl who loved to bake The only thing she made was cake and all she used was salt That’s all she had, it’s not her fault Saline the Salt Lake Queen” – Rasputina This was the first idea […]
“But you are, my love, the astronaut Flying in the face of science I would gladly stay an afterthought Just bring back some nice reminders”
These might look a little familiar to anyone who has bothered to read ALL the way back on this blog…back to when the pictures were horrible instead of slightly-less-than-horrible…
Is ice cream season over? Does ice cream ever really go out of season? I hope not.