I ate some weird stuff as a kid, only I didn’t know the stuff was weird, and I still eat those things. By weird I mean foods that, for whatever reason, were common in my house and uncommon or unheard of in my friends’ homes.
It’s raining again in St. Louis. The colors outside are muted. The ground is wet and my puppy’s paws are muddy. With no rainbow in sight, I decided to bake one. I baked Rainbow Chip Blondies!
Soft, pillow-y Sparkling Lemon Pillow Cookies are packed with citrus sunshine. Their crunchy sugar exterior gives way to a melt-in-your-mouth interior! Enjoy a bite of sunshine at home or pack these dessert-safe cookies up in a care package. Sparkling Lemon Pillow Cookies are summer memories in the making!
Brighten your day with melt in your mouth Slice-and-Bake Sprinkle Chubbies. Dough logs rolled in a rainbow of sprinkles, can be sliced and baked in minutes, or frozen for fresh cookies at a moments notice!
The sun is finally out in St. Louis, but for two weeks it rained constantly. I am so sick of rain. Surrounded by flash floods, thunder storms, mud and humidity, I was inspired to adopt a puppy and bake crispy cookies, neither of which makes much sense.
I enjoy my garden, but that doesn’t mean I enjoy gardening. I love to sit on my screened porch, or wander in the backyard, and admire the foliage and occasional flower. I enjoy the results but not the process. Actual digging in the dirt, where there is the very real possibility of encountering bugs not…
Last Saturday, my family walked/ran in the St. Louis Race for the Cure. This was the 15th year this breast cancer awareness race has been held in St. Louis and we have participated for many years. It is an amazing experience. No one can help but be inspired by the overwhelming aura of love and…