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Buttery Eggnog-ish Candied Popcorn Balls

I swear… the holidays bring out the best in me. By the best, I’m specifically referring to each of the kitschy, crafty and resourceful Girl Scout badges I earned between the ages of 8 years and 16 years of age. Those were some of my best years. Let’s not call it peaking early because all […]

Kitchen-Made Bath Salts

I know we’re busy- we’re at the end of one of those bonkers weeks (bonkers year, really!).  I’m just stopping in with a few things you might add to your grocery list in case … Source: Kitchen-Made Bath Salts

Catering and Events Planning

Catering for an event can be overwhelming; whether it is for a company meeting, wedding, birthdays, social parties or providing meals for a certain institution; there are ways to simplify your catering and save money at the same time.  But with such a large variety of catering available it is difficult to decide on which […]

Everyday Whole-Grain Bread Bakealong – Flourish – King Arthur Flour

Welcome to our October Bakealong challenge. Each month we’ll announce a new recipe for you to try, along with helpful tips and step-by-step instructions here in our blog. We invite you to bake, then share a photo of your creation, tagging it with #bakealong. Enjoy!

Strawberry Coconut Granola | Minimalist Baker Recipes

Do you have any embarrassing childhood cereal obsessions? My ultimate indulgence was Fruity Pebbles, then came Lucky Charms, and later, Frosted Mini Wheats. And when I was in college I developed a thing for Special K with Strawberries. Are you sensing a pattern?

Busting the Myths about Bread

Low carb or no carb diets and gluten intolerance are just a couple of the reasons given by people who choose to eliminate bread from their eating plans. Yes, it’s a little bit trendy to proclaim your diet is grain and gluten free… but is denying oneself your daily bread really necessary for good health? […]

What’s the FIZZ All About?

A beverage is any drinkable liquid, usually other than water. The word beverage is of Old French origin beivremeaning to drink; also from the Latin word bibere.    It is a fact that most beverages including tea, coffee, liquor, beer, milk, chocolate drink, juice, smoothie, cider, ade or soft drinks; form a part of the […]

The Dawn of Food

Historically, people acquired food by hunting, gathering and agriculture.  Nowadays, food is supplied by the food industry.  Food is any substance consumed to provide essential nutrition for the body, usually coming from plants and animals which contain carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins and minerals.

A Cake and Quick Bread in One!

I asked the maid in dulcet tone To order me a buttered scone; The silly girl has been and gone And ordered me a buttered scone.

100 Great Breads – White Bread

 Bread making dates back to the early days of history, and as with so many things, was discovered by accident. You can read more about bread making and the history of bread in these articles.