I wanted to call my striped pumpkin pie a tiger-striped pumpkin pie, but it seems that zebra is the animal of choice for striped desserts.
Many of you already know that I don’t understand America’s obsession with red velvet cupcakes. Sure, I love cream cheese frosting and I love a chocolate cupcake as much as the next person.
Fall foods are typically warm and cozy baked treats. But, the weather is not cooling down everywhere.
My calendar says that it’s fall, but I don’t believe it. When I step outside in St. Louis, I see my chickens panting from the heat and leaves turning brown from lack of water rather than golden hues from the time of year; it feels strange.
Is anyone else as obsessed with unicorn cakes as I am? A few weeks ago, I got to hang out with pastry chef Lia Weber and watch her create this over-the-top cute Halloween witch unicorn cake!
When I enlisted esteemed bartender Matthew Longueville (@stlbarkeep) to develop some cocktails for me using Baileys, I had Baileys Irish Cream in mind.
I could truly just eat a pound of challah dredged in honey for dessert on Rosh Hashana. However, I’ll just call that an appetizer.
At Rosh Hashana, the Jewish new year, we eat apples and honey as a symbol the sweet times we hope for in the new year.
When I make cream cheese frosting (like my chocolate cream cheese frosting), I usually use a very simple recipe which involves mixing butter, cream cheese, and powdered sugar.
Many of you discovered my blog years ago when my post for homemade Baileys Irish Cream went viral. So, I know that you love Baileys as much as I do!
I remember the first time I walked into a marble slab ice cream shop and watched as they folded so many different mix-ins into ice cream for each individual order.
Ever since I wrote about making homemade crumpets, I’ve been answering questions about tea and crumpets for friends, family, and readers.
The best ideas often come when I’m half asleep. This time, while lazily dreaming about a box of ice cream sandwiches in my freezer, I came up with the ice cream sandwich sandwich.
One of my favorite parts of Carvel or Dairy Queen ice cream cakes is the crunchy chocolate bits between layers.
I love how a little piece of homemade cocoa brittle (nougatine) can make any dessert look like it came from a fancy bakery.
Two years ago, I entered my baked apple cider donuts into a contest with Fair Trade USA to win a trip to tour Fair Trade farms.
I first discovered the magic of clotted cream (the sensational cross between whipped cream and butter) when I had it on scones at The London Tea Room.
In searching for ways to use clotted cream (the amazing spread that’s a cross between butter and whipped cream), I came across several recipes for clotted cream ice cream.
Do you have that one recipe that you want to make again and and again and again? For me, it’s my ultimate vanilla cupcakes.
I wasn’t sure if I should post these sweet pea cookies. I was somewhat disappointed that you couldn’t really taste the peas.