You’d think having a cookie blog would be enough, right? I bake cookies, desserts, and snacks every week. The kids eat them like they’re going out of style. And still the doctor says things like, “No restrictions on his diet, let him eat whatever he wants.” I hope what he wants is Lemon Ricotta Cookies. Because that’s what I have.
I know I should feel flattered when my family says, “Wow, this is good!” with surprise in their voices, after trying my latest dessert/snack concoction. But I don’t. I feel kind of offended that they would be surprised.
Then I remembered the time I made Coconut Lime Sugar Cookies and decided I needed that flavor combination in my life again. So it really could not be a lime poke cake. It HAD to be a Coconut Lime Poke Cake. It was the only choice.
Pin ItMost of the time, I’m completely fine with my decision to be a non-drinker. But, it does present it’s awkward moments. Case in point, the time some new friends from out-of-town asked me for a restaurant recommendation. They wanted someplace nice, where they could get a glass of wine with dinner, and I had [Read On]
Pin ItIn the twelve years we have lived in our home, we have had some strange experiences with pesky animals. The worst, for me, are the mice. Because I’m a mouseophobe. Or rodentophobe. Wait, I’m not afraid of hamsters or squirrels. Let’s stick with mouseophobe. And ratophobe. I. HATE. Mice. I can’t word that strongly [Read On]
Pin ItA recipe for a flavored ice cream and soda drink. Source: eYe Likes Food My husband thought it would be a good idea to rent a video and have snacks Friday night. And by snacks, he meant buttered popcorn and ice cream sodas. (ice cream + chocolate syrup + club soda) Don’t get me [Read On]
Pin ItA recipe for a fresh and chunky guacamole and corn chips. Saturdays were made for snacking. And so was guacamole. I didn’t come to love guacamole until later in life. I was influenced in this by my brother, who spent some time in South America and came home with a love affair with avocados. [Read On]
Pin ItA recipe for a beautiful cheesecake bar swirled with lime curd. Source: A recipe by Heather at Sprinkle Bakes, which was guest-posted on Confessions of a Cookbook Queen. Yield: 12 large bars Regular readers of this blog have heard me mention Pinterest several times recently. I’ve been trolling some wonderful food blogs, and happily pinning [Read On]
Pin ItFor the most part, I have kept this blog about cookies, and nothing else. Today, however, I thought I would share a recipe or two that I have made for the holiday season. I started making these homemade lime sodas a few months ago, and just love them. For Christmas gifts, I decided to [Read On]