Take a look at these Mummy Cookie Pops I made for Halloween! It's the first time I worked with fondant and it was much easier than I thought.
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As fall approaches, I'm already thinking about Thanksgiving pie (or maybe I'm just thinking about pie because pie makes me happy)!
I wanted to make single serving pies that would work at a dinner party or Thanksgiving celebration. These cranberry apple mini pies are simple (even the crust is easy), come out looking beautiful, and are so sweet, tangy, buttery, flaky, and delicious, your guests will love them!
This month, the theme is recipes that feature late summer fruits and vegetables. If you are a fruit and veggie lover (which I definitely am), you will die over the creative recipes and beautiful photos!
We had an early Labor Day party at our house last weekend with one of my oldest friends and her family. The weather here in Palo Alto couldn't have been better and with great food and great company, we all had a fantastic time!
I was asked by Hebrew National to come up with an interesting way to serve hotdogs at our party. Since my husband loves spicy, I decided to try my hand at homemade kimchi relish. We love kimchi at our house! For those of you who
We love homemade pretzels (see our recipe for soft pretzels). So when we were asked by Hebrew National to come up with a interesting hotdog recipe, we thought it would be fun to mash up our pretzels with Hebrew National hotdogs and make pretzel dogs!
We served them to our friends, and they loved them! The smokiness of the hotdog was a perfect compliment to the salt, crunch, and chewiness of the pretzel. Match made in heaven!
Now that it's back to school time, are you fretting over what to pack your kids for lunch? I know I am. My daughter, Lainey, is the pickiest eater.
Well, here's the new free Back to School Foodie app for iPad and iPhone, filled with 40 creative ideas for school lunches to get both you and me inspired for the months ahead. And another cool part is my chicken soup recipe is featured! Thank you, Foodie!
Molly Allen, our baking contributor, and the creative force behind CakeFYI, created these awesome back to school treats for us!
Talk about a fun challenge... We were asked by Fresh & Easy to take one of their Kitchen To Go meals, replicate it from scratch, and do a taste, cost, and time comparison. We chose their Vegetable Enchiladas and decided to make ours with a delicious homemade enchilada sauce.
Our enchilada sauce doesn't use flour. We used pureed chili peppers to give it body, and boy, does that work, plus you get so much flavor from the added peppers. It turned out thick and smooth, and has enough kick to keep your mouth excited.