Sugar Cookies, Baked This Way- Part 1

Sugar Cookies, Baked This Way- Part 1

In the kitchen, baker always working on something, till I talked to Sydney and she said “bake this way.” She said “you haven’t tasted anything till you taste my sugar cookies.” Than your sure to be changing your dough. So I tried her...
Ordinary Pound Cake Becomes Extra Ordinary with Ginger Liqueur

Ordinary Pound Cake Becomes Extra Ordinary with Ginger Liqueur

I must admit this week has been a comedy of errors, Sydney had surgery (first time under anesthesia), my husband was/ and still is on a business trip, I completely  forgot  to send Lis of Daring Bakers my article for food talk, and Sydney might need to go back to the...
Ordinary Pound Cake Becomes Extra Ordinary with Ginger Liqueur

Sweet and Treat; Halloween Candy

I was in the grocery store the other day, I saw rows and rows of Halloween Candy, by this time in the season is to expected. However, as I turned to round the next isle I could believe my green eyes; Christmas Candy. I absolutely adore Christmas time, but not in...
Pinktober: The Sweet Month of Hope

Pinktober: The Sweet Month of Hope

Sunday, October 2nd, is Colorado’s Race for The Cure; it is also the beginning of Pinktober. October is dedicated to breast cancer awareness month. I have run or walked the race every year for more years than I can remember. What I do remember is the year it...
Ordinary Pound Cake Becomes Extra Ordinary with Ginger Liqueur

How to Have Eye Popping Photos

I was working with my camera on a cloudy rainy day; the clouds felt the need to move around and mingle with one another. I thought the first photograph (right side) looked nice until I viewed  the photo on my large I-mac screen; the exquisite pastillage shells looked...
Last Days of Summer, Sydney is Still Holding on to Seashells

Last Days of Summer, Sydney is Still Holding on to Seashells

As I have more than mentioned I ADORE summer; it seems incidental as I write this blog the weather has already changed. The air is cool, damp, and starting to feel crisp. I know there will still be the 85 degree days, but all the romance of summer has all but ended....