Two things come to mind when people think about Washington DC. Sixth grade field trips and government buildings. I mean, that's what I think about when I think of this city. That and Navajo tacos. Washington DC is seriously one of my most favorite cities that I've ever been to. It's home to a plethora … Continue reading navajo tacos.
Welcome to s'mummer! You know. That season when s'mores-everything starts hitting the shelves. And my kitchen. Like this s'more ice cream. Which is actually something I had dreamt up a long time ago. A toasted marshmallow base, with a rich fudge ripple, and a swirl of graham crackers. I even attempted to live out my … Continue reading s’mores ice cream.
One of my most favorite series of books has got to be the Little House on the Prairie series. I started reading the books to my three-year-old in hopes that she would share the same passion as me. And I'm pretty sure I'm winning her over. Especially when I make the foods that are spoken … Continue reading johnnycakes.
Last year, because of our move down south, we missed strawberry season. Up north, the strawberries weren't quite ripe enough, but down here in North Carolina, strawberry season was coming to an end. So I made it my mission to not miss the season this year. And ended up leaving our strawberry picking excursion with … Continue reading old-fashioned strawberry ice cream.
There's something about a holiday weekend that makes Mondays extra-dull. Especially when the holiday was on a Sunday, and you didn't actually get any extra time off. Like I said. Extra-dull. But this bread totally made up for it. Let me introduce you to Sally Lunn - bread, that is. Legend has it that Solange … Continue reading sally lunn bread.