Monthly Archives: March 2010

Eggstra! Eggstra! Read All About It!

Sorry. I had to use the cheesy egg pun in the title. I love it. It eggcites me. Really, I’m done. So I saw this idea on the internet a few months ago and sadly I cannot recall where exactly … Continue reading

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It’s Baaaaaaaaaaaack

Please go back and read the title of this post in the creepy voice of the little girl from Poltergeist. Thank you. So, meandering through Trader Joes today to get my weekly supply of fruit and what to my wondering … Continue reading

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A Monday Miracle

You know how they always say ‘this dessert was so chocolatey, I only needed a small sliver to satisfy my craving’. And I can never relate to that. I have never had a small sliver of anything ever that satisfied … Continue reading

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Buttercream & Blemishes

Ok. So I see this buttercream frosting recipe a few weeks ago and my steel trap memory kicks in and I have a nostalgic flashback to 1978 and my Auntie Marion who used this particular frosting on every single cake … Continue reading

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Better an ounce of luck than a pound of gold (or cake as the case may be….)

There is a reason this is called Pound Cake and not the 30 Day Shred Cake. Several reasons, actually. 1. You will gain a pound by just looking at this cake 2. The recipe contains more than a pound of … Continue reading

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More on hometowns

Hometowns have the best parades! Ever. We always are home for 4th of July. We lug my moms old school 1974 lawn chairs to my cousins restaurant and park it. My kids adore it. We cheer on the school bands … Continue reading

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Your feet might leave home, but your heart never does.

Got my tickets for Wisconsin last week. Every summer I take the kids home for a month to my hometown of Ashland, just about the best hometown there ever was. We go there and do things that are impossible to … Continue reading

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