Butter Beer Bread

Beer Butter Bread

Simple, easy, and DELICOUS! Butter Beer Bread (obtained from a technique class from William-Sonoma) 3 cups flour 3 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon salt 1/4 cup sugar 1 can beer (12 oz.) 1/2 cup melted butter mix all ingredients  together except for the melted butter.  Place batter in greased/buttered pan and pour the melted butter … Continue reading

Pumpkin Cream Cheese Muffins

Tis the season for EVERYTHING pumpkin 😀 I am doing my part by contributing to the massive number of pumpkins that are consumed during this season in this country! I typically don’t enjoy pumpkin cookies, pumpkin pies, etc. however these muffins are DELICOUS! Wo! So enjoy! I followed this recipe to almost a T from … Continue reading


Again, Aunt Brigid shared this recipe.  This is most definitely my favorite scone recipe! Thank you, thank you! For these scones, I added chopped strawberries! Scones Ingredients: 3 cups flour 1/2 cup sugar 2 1/2 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 6 tablespoons cold butter 1 cup yogurt 1/4 cup milk Directions: Combine dry … Continue reading

Basic Muffin Recipe

I am very much a believer of the ‘breakfast is the most important meal of the day’ mantra! So the other day I needed to make some snacks for an early morning meeting – what better way to encourage people to come than through muffins and scones! Blueberry and Walnut Muffins Ingredients: 1 3/4 cups … Continue reading

Corn Meal Waffles

While Up-North (I am from Minnesooooota, haha) at the cabins, my wonderful mother made us these delicious Corn Meal Waffles, from a recipe given to her years ago by my also wonderful Aunt Brigid! …and I am sure thankful! Because you know what…yeap…you guessed it! They are DELICIOUS! Here is the recipe courtesy of these … Continue reading

No-Cook Freezer Jam

Okay, so I really, really do like good, scrumptious jams and jellies.  I like them to still look, feel, smell, and taste like the actual fruit that they came from; slightly chunky and seedy.  Oh, that’s the best! (I might add here that I also like my orange juice SUPER fiber-y, hi pulp for me … Continue reading

Versatile Crepe Recipe

Thanks to my supervisor, a fellow co-worker, and of course allrecipes.com, I now have a keeper crepe recipe. It requires only ingredients that you are most likely to already have in your kitchen, it is easy, andddd it is very versatile.  It can be used for savory crepes or for sweet/more breakfast/dessert type crepes.   … Continue reading

It’s been awhile….

I cannot believe it’s already the middle of May!!!  Time has simply flown by, and we’ve all been too caught up in life to update this blog – for that we’re sorry.  On a brighter note, Katie, Fiona, and I, managed to survive our last final exams/papers/projects of our undergraduate careers and graduated.  That’s right, … Continue reading

The Joys of Procrastibaking

You would think since I’m graduating in May, that during the 5… that’s right 5, years I have been in college I would have developed decent study skills.  Well I can tell you that that isn’t the case.  I don’t know if it’s just me, but every time I sit down to study I suddenly … Continue reading


When I was 19, a few friends and I spent a couple weeks in Europe, and as part of that trip, we spent 4 days in Paris. While Paris, for many reasons, is not my favorite city, they do have fantastic food, and I sincerely regret that we did not experience more of it. Besides … Continue reading