My Oreo Truffles got all dressed up for Halloween! Just use some orange candy melts for the pumpkins and some icing for the spider webs. It's easy to get creative with this versatile treat!
Throughout the fall, Phil Angee™ is sharing his misadventures and his favorite Bakerlady treats. Continue reading Phil Angee's Favorite Treats
One of the biggest things I miss while being under stay-at-home orders is eating at restaurants. Remember that? When you could go out, have someone else cook for you, serve you and clean up afterwards? Because I can mostly create anything I want at home, eating out was always more about the experience and the… Continue reading Quarantine Cooking: Sweet Potato Fries with Comeback Sauce
Over the past 6 years, my life has become a whirlwind of homeschooling. All other personal pursuits (ahem, blogging) have been swallowed up. Probably not the best self care on my part to have allowed such a thing to happen, but c'est la vie! My kids are 11 and 13 now and through this whole… Continue reading Quarantine Cooking: “Julia Child” Quiche
You know those times when you make a grand entrance at a holiday party with the nagging thought skittering around the back of your mind "I cannot eat more junk. If I consume one more chocolate treat I'm going to explode."? Nah. Me neither. However, I understand these kinds of people exist. For all your… Continue reading Dilly Cucumber Bites
This week, I'm sharing some of my favorite Christmas Party foods. Everyone needs a few good, go to items to bring when you're invited out at the holidays! We're starting off with a recipe I stole from a friend after she brought it to a party last Christmas. The beautiful red color of the cranberries… Continue reading Cranberry Jalapeño Bruschetta
Have you ever dreamed of being one of those people who hands out homemade candy at Christmas, but secretly loathe those with that much time on their hands during the holidays? Well my friend, this recipe is for you. I've been making cookies, candies, treats and tasty things at Christmas time for two decades (sheesh… Continue reading Crockpot Christmas Crack
As my cousin's van rattled through the English countryside, I debated whether the Pennines should actually be referred to as "mountains". My contention remains to this day that any "range" topping out at elevations of less than 3,000 ft really shouldn't hold the same distinction as the glorious caps of the Cascades that dominate the… Continue reading Beer Battered Fish
As I've mentioned before, my husband doesn't have much of a sweet tooth. In fact, the one food weakness he has is deviled eggs. Not just any deviled eggs. These. I love my America's Test Kitchen Cookbook. Something about the detail and testing that encompasses each recipe appeals to my logical nature. I don't just… Continue reading America’s Test Kitchen Deviled Eggs
It's March 14th! That means math rules the day and we get to celebrate by eating pie! Yes, the third month, the fourteenth day is very special around here. For it is the glorious day we celebrate the tool that helps us calculate all circular things. 3.14 = pi. March 14th = pie. Here are… Continue reading Happy Pi Day!