Mini Ramekin Adventures Part II

I posted last week about the emergency creme brûlée kit that Galen has available.  I also happened to pick up his apple crumble version of the same thing. I don’t think apple crumble is even a thing without vanilla ice cream. So, again, if you find yourself in an apple crumble emergency (and who hasn’t, … Continue reading

Santa was on FIRE this year

I was a lucky girl this Christmas, getting not one but two awesome (and much anticipated) baking-related gifts.  One was a complete surprise and so I was absolutely thrilled.  The other was less of a surprise (but mostly because I wrapped it myself). Let me tell you about the not-so-suprising gift first because it leads … Continue reading


Holidrizzle.  Yup, I said it.  It exists. You can’t make stuff like that up.  Ok – someone can – just not me.  You know who’s good at the drizzle? G.H. Cretor’s  We know this because I blogged about it recently here.  Well – Angie (who is the popcorn nemesis to G.H. Cretor’s – or at … Continue reading

Greek Yogurt and Popcorn? Why Yes, Yes I Will.

Oh it happened.  Just when I thought I was over my Chicago Mix issues, they came out with something better.  Better may not be the right word.  They came out with something else. Like they needed something else, am I right? Sometimes when you hear of things described as “drizzled” – they end up being … Continue reading

What Will He Think of Next?

Oh that Galen.  He’s so smart. It has been a while since I’ve blogged about the love of my life.  Truth be told, he hasn’t been at the top of mind these past few months because I’ve been so busy.  But there I was last night, wandering the aisles and doing the weekly grocery shop, … Continue reading

Chicago Mix, Part II

OMG. We were in Vegas for the weekend and I accidentally stumbled upon a Garrett’s Popcorn shop.  Whaaaat?  Yes I did. So the crack-cocaine of the snack world, Chicago Mix, was featured in my blog a couple weeks ago.  You read the post here.  I live the nightmare of a Chicago Mix addiction every day. Interestingly, I … Continue reading