One of the many highlights of attending the Mixed Conference (my very first food blogging conference...yeeaaah) was our cake decorating class with Duff Goldman, cake decorator extraordinaire and owner of Charm City Cakes. Most people probably know him from the show "Ace of Cakes", which can be found in reruns on Food Network.
When we arrived to the class, we all paired up and sat at a tables, which were already geared up with a cake all ready for decorating and lots of Duff cake decorating
Celebrate your everyday occasions with this homemade Pumpkin Bundt Cake recipe with Cool Whip Cream Cheese Frosting!
It's been a hard year. I don't think I could have ever imagined how hard this year would be. Losing someone you love is, without a doubt, one of the worst things. Losing three...well, it's inconceivable.
About 4-5 months ago, I read a blog post called "one simple step that’s changing my life" by another food blogger, Kristy of The Wicked Noodle. Her post
I'm a bit jealous of those of you who have Autumn weather already appearing in your areas. I guess you could say that Las Vegas is cooling down a bit, but today's high was still at least 95 degrees F. Well, at least the nights feel like they are getting cooler.
While it doesn't feel very Fall-ish in these parts, there is things I do that (somewhat) satisfy my love of the season. One thing I do is go all out with my Autumn decorating. I think I decorate almost as much for Autumn (and Halloween
This Apple-Cinnamon Coffeecake is a lighter version of traditional coffeecakes, full of apple and cinnamon. A perfect baked treat for a beautiful Autumn day.
David LOVES baked goods with his coffee. He enjoys coffeecakes, muffins, biscotti, donuts...pretty much anything that pairs well with coffee. Since I know this is the way to his heart, I decided to surprise him with something one weekend. Knowing his love of cinnamon, I thought an Apple-Cinnamon Coffeecake would be a perfect choice.