Who needs layers? Keep things simple with a bundt cake for Easter!
A buttery, bright spring pound cake for breakfast or dessert.
Get ready to get all the extra X’s and O’s when you make this pretty cake for your valentine!
It is pretty much the first week that our rhubarb was actually big enough to use. So of course, we needed to make something fun.
The best thing about olive oil cake is the savory richness – a great contrast to citrus!
There is absolutely nothing better than lingering over breakfast. Today (yesterday to you probably by know) was the last day Dave’s parents were with us in town. They have a very early flight back to Florida. After spending a very busy weekend having fun in Seattle and at Mount St. Helens, we needed a little […]
Happy belated Easter, everyone. I hope you had an opportunity to celebrate with friends or family. We were fortunate enough to spend Easter with our friends Callie and Aaron in Corvallis, where we had some great meals, drank delicious beer and went to such a nice Easter church service. It was nice to have a […]
When it comes to breakfasts that I love the most, pound cake and quick bread are near the top. The tough thing about making a pound cake or a quick bread on the weekends is that they take an hour to bake. Which means that you actually have to get out of bed at a […]
It’s my final day in Austin. As you can see I have not had much better luck in getting blog posts up. It turns out that it’s not so easy to do your regular job, go to a conference and also keep up with the blog at the same time. Who would have thought? I […]
A funny thing happened when I went to edit photos for yesterday’s post, the Vanilla Pear Muffins. I knew that was the recipe I wanted to do today, and I opened a big group of images to see them at the same time… and realized I had forgotten all about these: How? I have no […]