A few snapshots from this weekend. Didn’t have much time to shoot, but would love to go down there soon to just take some more pics.
Otherwise known as Challah. My 9 year-old daughter asked that we bake it last night, and the store-bought dough was not what she envisioned. At all. So…homemade it was, and Julia came to the rescue with a delicious recipe.
Decided to deep clean my fridge the other day, and consolidate the condiments. There were far too many un-expired jars partially filled. What to do? Make bread. 🍞 🙂
A change from regular pancakes… Super easy and allowed me to get ready for work during the baking.
My boyfriend loves skittles. I was searching for the perfect Christmas gift. This was a no-brainer. Clearly.
Decided to make Thanksgiving stuffing with homemade bread this year.
Oh, how I love perusing vintage 50’s-70’s cookbooks. I pick them up involuntarily at yard sales and thrift shops. They are irresistible, beautiful, ridiculous, and for me, they also hold a bit of nostalgia.
In this feature from the 11/1/15 New York Times Magazine, “In Search of Lost Foods,” artists Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari capture the essence of Betty Crocker’s classic recipe cards, conveying an overt sense of absurdity in their imagery.