Here it is…my Christmas cookie repertoire. The list is small, but mighty. Only four of mine and my family’s all-time favorites. This quartet has it all, though. A little chocolate, a little ginger, a little butter and even a fluffy little marshmallow.
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Yesterday I mentioned that I was making a Cranberry Apple Cake from Ina Garten’s new cookbook, Barefoot Contessa How Easy Is That?: Fabulous Recipes & Easy Tips. I use her recipes all of the time, but I rarely make them as written. I replace ingredients, such as white flour and sugar, with ingredients that I [...]
If you have been following this blog since it’s birth (January of this year) then you might remember the first post. It all began with a Fresh screening at IMX=Pilates. I still contend that this movie is the very best way to get people thinking about what they are eating in a hopeful and positive way. [...]
It’s been a couple of weeks since I wrote about my Door to Door Organics box. I’ve been pondering on my approach with this and have decided that I would pick a couple of interesting recipes and feature them instead of listing each and every things we eat with the produce from our box. Truth [...]
Posted in Appetizer, Breakfast, Cakes and Cupcakes, Condiment, Dairy-Free, Desserts, Door to Door Organics, Gluten-Free, Main Dishes, Meat, Raw, Salad, Vegetables, Vegetarian, Whole Grain on Apr 5th, 2010
The flurry of Easter activities have finally began to wind down and I have a moment of peace to finish up my post! This was a very busy week! And a creative week, I might add. I really did not intend for this post to be so long, but I used my produce in such interesting [...]
We have had a glimmer of spring in Kansas City this week, just warm enough to finally melt all of the snow and remind us that new beginnings are just around the corner. Farmers markets will be opening soon and before I know it asparagus and strawberries will kindly take their place on my salad for lunch.
The 6-week series of classes are so much fun and it only seems appropriate to end with dessert. What we want to demonstrate in this class is that rich and delicious desserts do not have to be nutritionally void. I will even go as far to say that the best desserts (yes, best desserts) are full [...]