**All credit for these cookies goes to Barefeet in the Kitchen's post.** Since I wasn't feeling up to snuff this week to try my next recipe in the cookbooks, I wanted something fun and easy, and these definitely were. Prep and bake time for these is less than a half an hour- a blessing if … Continue reading 3-Ingredient Peanut Butter Cookies
Hi all! Sorry for the long time in between posts (especially since I just started this blog. Life got in the way, and I'm dealing with a UTI this week. I plan to do some baking tonight, though, with pics to come to make up for the lack of any posts at all since the … Continue reading Quick Update
So, I neglected to put the recipe for this cake up on here before I started baking it. This recipe is from the book A World of Cake: 150 Recipes for Sweet Traditions by Krystina Castella, and I do not own it at all. I am giving the measurements in US Measurements, not metric. For … Continue reading Cherokee Wild Huckleberry Cake Recipe
I decided to make the cake for Easter, even though traditionally it is made as an accompaniment to Thanksgiving. As any chef/baker will tell you, when starting any recipe, make sure you have all of your ingredients set out or measured out in your mise en place. Of course, I had to go back out … Continue reading Baking the Cherokee Wild Huckleberry Cake
Picked out by my fiancé, I'm starting this project with the Cherokee Wild Huckleberry Cake from the book: A World of Cake: 150 Recipes for Sweet Traditions From Cultures Near and Far by Krystina Castella. According to the book, this cake is a combination of "traditional Cherokee foods (native huckleberries, walnuts, honey, and corn flour) … Continue reading First Project: Cherokee Wild Huckleberry Cake
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