Here is a bit of trivia for you. Our April baking project was for an Alsatian Onion Pizza. If you’re not familiar with this charming region in the North East corner of France, it […]
“The smell of good bread baking, like the sound of lightly flowing water, is indescribable in its evocation of innocence and delight…” M.F.K. Fisher, The Art of Eating Our Bread Bible Bakers project for the […]
If you’ve been following the blog for a while, you know that I do love to bake bread (I like to eat it too!). As much as I love freshly baked bread some recipes take more […]
The Jim Thompson House and Museum is a must-see destination. Now there’s a new house museum also worthy of a visit — The Nai Lert Park Heritage Home.
Finding my juice-spiration, or how I’ve expanded beyond carrot juice. Sharing some of my favorite books for inspiring combinations.
How about pie for dinner? An update on my quest to improve my pie baking skills as well as a quick review on tools and a book full of dinner pie recipes.
New on the blog is a healthful every day loaf enriched with whole grains and omega 3 rich flaxseed. Easy to bake and delicious, you can’t miss with this one.
It’s time to clean-up for makeup. Only 61% of women are cleaning their brushes monthly but this is an easy way to improve your complexion and how your makeup looks. Why you should clean your brushes, how often you should clean, plus my recommended products.
Our January Bread Bible Bakers project is one that had me happy, yet annoyed at the same time. The olive bread recipe this month is one of my favorites, but I was annoyed by having […]