Tagged: baking

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Easy Greek Yogurt Cheesecake

Since getting back to writing on a more regular basis, it’s been a while since I shared a recipe, hasn’t it? Recently, I was informed that Chobani is engaging in a #madewithchobani social media campaign showcasing ideas for using Chobani...

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recipe: Mini Cheesecake

Size matters not. Look at my cheesecake. Judge it by its size, do you? Hmm? It is no secret that I love cheesecake. I suspect this love started when I was young and neighborhood bistros ruled the planet. When I...

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in DC: Whisked!

Coming this weekend to the 14th & U St Farmers Market is Whisked!, the brain child of two DC food bloggers who turned their love of baking into a full time pursuit. Blending regional influences of the Pacific Northwest and the American South, they create treats unlike any other.

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food porn: $240 worth of pudding

No, not really. This is $240 worth of pudding. And this is some caramel croissant pudding a la Nigella Lawson*: It seems that Food Network only has about 10 episodes total of both Nigella’s shows, so I see the same...

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I myself would say that it had merely been detected.

Perhaps, after all, America never has been discovered. I myself would say that it had merely been detected. ~Oscar Wilde It’s actually been a pretty productive weekend, though for a lot of Saturday and Sunday I was down with migraines....

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Every day’s the 4th of July…

Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are! Happy National Coming Out Day everyone. It’s also Navy Day in DC… coincidence? You be the judge. Up too early today, but it’s not really a bad thing. I made it out to...

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Facebook Overload

Ok, maybe it might be time to see what, if anything, Facebook really has to offer us. 23 invitations for various applications on the site. Enough, people! Thanks for thinking of me, and considering some of the invites, thinking of...

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Why can’t I work for a place this cool?

“Well done” created by Bruketa & Zinić is the new annual report for Podravka, the biggest food company in South-East Europe. It consists of two parts: a big book containing numbers and a report of an independent auditor a small...

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Pat yo’ weave, ladies…

It was definitely a weekend of ups and downs, so why not start off the week on a fun note. I know people have various opinions on Beyoncé, mostly acidic, as any time spent on the LJ channel in City...

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land of two mottos…

Well, I’m at the parents’ place. Very little seems to have changed from last year. I’ve made a cheesecake, and prepped a peach french toast bake for tomorrow morning. I’m all cooked out. Happy Holidays everyone.

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Sweet! (potato)

I’ve learned my lesson, the old ways are often better. Since my Saturday was so full of exciting plans (I needed to go out for light bulbs) I decided I’d continue the T’giving theme and make a sweet potato pie....

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Bakers… start your ovens!

Dave at Soliloqueer says, “I consider it to be fall on the first day you can go outside and your breath fogs up in front of your face.” We’ve had the breath-foggy mornings for a few days now, and I...

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“better than Cakelove”

Or so says a co-worker of my banana bread. I didn’t take photos because I’d forgotten just how fast and easy it was to assemble, and then I found out the light in my oven has gone out, still, at...