The Great American Peanut Butter Festival is taking place tomorrow, Nov. 13th, in Grand Saline! So much work is still going on to make sure everything is perfect for all of you: your families, your friends, and YOU! I hope you’ll be there, rain or shine, to enjoy the live music stage, the parade, the… Continue reading Cooking Up a Storm For the Great American PB Festival: Cookies!
Were you aware that November is National Peanut Butter Lovers Month? It is! I really love peanut butter, so this is a celebration that I am happy to take part in. Here are a few interesting facts that you may or may not know about peanuts: Peanuts are not actually nuts; they’re legumes, like peas… Continue reading Peanut Butter & Jelly Bars for National Peanut Butter Lovers Month
Alas, my cooking adventure at Edom Bakery and Grill with Chef Jackson York has come to an end. (yes, I said alas.) 😉 I am sad that cooking school is over, but happy that I had the experience and got to meet the people I worked and learned with there! Last night we had our… Continue reading Edom Bakery Cooking School Graduation Dinner 2010
There seems to be more to do in the months of October, November and December than any other time of the year; at least in my life. Maybe yours, too! It’s all good, but it takes a lot of energy and focus. And coffee. 😉 By way of example, let me fill you in on… Continue reading So many things to do!
What is a “foodie?” One description is, as explained by someone at UrbanDictionary.com: A person that spends a keen amount of attention and energy on knowing the ingredients of food, the proper preparation of food, and finds great enjoyment in top-notch ingredients and exemplary preparation. A foodie is not necessarily a food snob, only enjoying… Continue reading Cooking class Numéro trois at Edom Bakery: Absolutely perfect Alfredo sauce