Today the east coast is being slammed by a “bomb cyclone” and so here in New York we’re enjoying a good old-fashioned snow day. One of the things I really love about New York is that when it snows a lot, things actually do shut down: school is closed and work is canceled. As IRead more
The second post in my holiday baking series with Dandelion Chandelier is out!!! Check it out here for a recipe for Chocolate Gingerbread Rugelach (and for a personal story about my relationship with my Jewish heritage). These cookies are perfect for both Hanukkah and Christmas! Plus, regardless what holiday you celebrate, the gingerbread spices in the doughRead more
Hey guys! Exciting news! This month I’m doing a very cool holiday baking collaboration with Dandelion Chandelier! Check out the original post on their website here to find my recipe for these delicious, fun, and festive cookies that are perfect for the holiday season. P.S. For you fellow Jews out there, Happy Hanukkah!
Are you sick of just looking at pictures of dessert and are ready to eat some? Wished you could’ve actually tasted that cranberry pear pie I made last week? Don’t have any plans this Saturday morning, December 2nd (and you live in the tri-state area)? If you answered “yes!” to any of the questions above,Read more
One of the questions most frequently asked these days is “What is your favorite thing to bake?” My answer is always the same: PIE! At first, I loved making pies because they always had the right degree of difficulty. Cookies (well, drop cookies, at least) were too easy — mix everything in a bowl, dropRead more
This is it! Day 1 of my blog. Beginnings are weird. You never really know exactly what you’re doing, so you just feel kind of awkward and confused. That’s how I feel about pretty much everything these days. At age 22 (almost 23), and after 17+ years of schooling, it’s safe to say that I’mRead more