Tis the season to have cookies, fa-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-la! (That is how the song goes, right?)
Who stole a cookie from the cookie jar? Well, if you have these cookies in your cookie jar, you may want to lock it up. You are not going to want to share these crunchy-on-the-outside-chewy-on-the-inside-everything-you-ever-wanted-and-more cookies.
Remember way back in January/February when we were all asking when the heat would come to take us out of our snowmageddon misery? Well, when I imagined heat, I didn’t imagine a heat dome . Hopefully, the end of this heat dome is … Continue reading
Long ago, there was a Little Stephanie who was the pickiest of eaters; no foods could touch, everything had to be bland, sandwiches could never have crust, etc. When Little Stephanie would go to school, she would marvel at the … Continue reading
Way back when, I learned a song that went along the lines of “On the 4th of July, flags are flying high, everybody goes to see from show show show on the birthday of our nation” (15 years later and I … Continue reading
Happy Birthday to you, Happy Birthday to you, Happy Birthday dear International Palate, Happy Birthday to you! Continue reading
Hello! Over the past few weeks, I’ve had very little time to invest in the blog. But as my third quarter of junior year has ended, hopefully I’ll have more time to whip up some sweet treats in the kitchen.
Happy Valentine’s Day to all you little chefs! Chocolates and cakes are always the best gifts, in my opinion at least. So treat whoever, or yourself, to a fresh batch of cupcakes!Some people I know are gluten intolerant. Other people … Continue reading
Halloween has come and gone. What do you do with all the extra pumpkins that lie around and used for decorations? Throw them away? Nope! Make Pumpkin Butter. This was the first time I had ever made pumpkin butter. I always … Continue reading
The past week has confirmed that Fall has officially arrived in Arlington. Sunday was a perfect day to walk down to the market and the rest of the week followed with cooler weather. But with colder weather comes flu season. … Continue reading