I’ve been on a quest to make the perfect brownie. I’ve made some really good brownies in my day, but I’ve still yet to crown my ultimate. Everyone has a different idea of what the best brownie actually tastes like, and to me, it’s a little hard to put into words. The differences are subtle….
I have a confession to make. I’ve been holding out on you. All this time that I’ve been blogging and sharing my recipes, I’ve been keeping this salted caramel brownie recipe all to myself. I am so, so sorry. You deserve better than that, you really do.
It recently came to my attention that this blog is seriously lacking in recipes that highlight one of the best, most beloved ingredients on the planet: chocolate.
I’m throwing a virtual holiday party, and you’re invited! It’s time to get into the holiday spirit, Italian style. Join me! Today I’m bringing you two recipes – yes, two! – inspired by my recent trip to Italy that make entertaining easy, economical and tasty. My criteria for a great dinner party is simple: awesome people, a killer playlist…
Of all the cities we planned to see in Italy, I was most excited to visit Bologna. Even other Italians will agree, Bologna and the surrounding region of Emilia Romagna has the best and most celebrated food in all of Italy.
Stop! Do not pass go. Do not collect $200. There’s something important to announce! We made it to 100!! Posts, that is. Celebrations are in order. And cake! Ice cream cake. Oh, yes.
I’m just gonna come out and say it. These are the best chocolate chip cookies I’ve ever had: Brown butter chocolate chip cookies (with sea salt on top!) to be exact. Whaaaaaaaaaaaaat?!
Can I let you all in on a little secret? I hate Halloween. Hate is a strong word, and I don’t use it very often. But I spent the majority of my childhood being absolutely terrified of Halloween. So much so that I would miss school for days on end, staying up all night physically […]