May 2012

Honey-Chipotle Turkey Meatballs

by amy 31 May 2012

I set a little cooking goal for myself at the beginning of 2012. I call it my One New Dinner A Week Challenge +, as you may have guessed, it involves making one new dinner each week that i’ve never made before. I’ve successfully made it through 22 weeks (which means that the year is [...]

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lime + raspberry squares with pistachio-graham crust

by amy 28 May 2012

today, i’m participating in a fun monthly blogger event — the secret recipe club. how does it work? every participating blogger is secretly assigned another blog + chooses a recipe from that blog to make. on reveal day (today!), all of our posts go up at the same time, + everyone gets to see who [...]

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strawberry scones

by amy 23 May 2012

in my opinion, there are few things more delicious than fresh, local strawberries. if you’ve only had store-bought strawberries, you must try some berries from your local farmer’s market – they have so much more flavor + sweetness than their store-bought cousins. they’re amazing just on their own, or baked into all sorts of goodies, [...]

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biscoff rice krispie treats

by amy 17 May 2012

so, have you all tried the wondrousness that is biscoff spread yet? essentially, it’s a jar of delicious tastes-like-cookies goodness in spreadable, creamy form. it’s amazingly tasty + frankly, highly addictive. it’s delicious spread on toast, bagels, apple slices, or celery, or worked into baked goods like cookies, cakes or cupcakes. have i made you [...]

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Easy Potato, Bacon + Egg Breakfast Casserole

by amy 15 May 2012

I generally dislike breakfast casseroles. You’re probably thinking, uh … so why are you posting about a breakfast casserole? Because, this is honestly the first one that I’ve loved. In the past, I’ve found them to be too eggy, too soggy, too bland. But this one? Perfection. I made it for Mother’s Day brunch on [...]

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