Mama’s Dark Chocolate {everything but the kitchen sink} Cookies (via We Four Kings)

Mama's Dark Chocolate {everything but the kitchen sink} Cookies It’s been a while since I’ve posted a recipe, so I’ll quickly remind you that I’m not a big fan of making or following recipes. I much prefer to use recipes for inspiration and edit them according to my preferences. Please, if you consider making these cookies, read through the recipe and substitute anything you might not like for something you do. Cooking is all about the experiment. So have fun. Last night Chris asked for chocolate cookies. I h … Read More

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– Anthony

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Happy Pi Day! (via Make Myself at Home)

Happy Pi Day, everyone!

Happy Pi Day! Happy 3.14, fellow nerds! I learned this year that today is also Albert Einstein’s birthday. It’s a Pi Day miracle! For all you nerds & non-nerds alike, here’s another tasty post from my good friend Momo. Tell me I’m not the only one drooling over these photos! Even though I know Catherine LOVES this holiday, she was nice enough to let me share a recipe for Pi day. So here is a delicious Peanut Butter 3.14 to celebrate this fun holiday! This … Read More

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So many goodies…

…and more reason to love FoodBuzz. Here are some sweets that they posted in preparation for Valentine’s Day. More coming. My new blog should be up and ready next Monday.

Cheers.

How to say “You are delicious” in different languages.

Goodies galore. Courtesy of Priscilla Anderson.

Arabic – كنت لذيذ

Bulgarian – ти са вкусни

Chinese – 你是好吃

Croatian – ti su ukusni

Czech – Jste chutné

Danish – du er lækker

Dutch – je bent lekker

Finnish – Olet herkullinen

French – vous sont délicieux

German – Sie sind köstlich

Greek – είστε νόστιμα

Hebrew – אתה טעים

Hindi – आप स्वादिष्ट होते हैं

Italian – vi sono deliziosi

Japanese –あなたが美味しいです

Korean – 당신은 맛있다

Norwegian – du er deilig

Polish – Ci są pyszne

Portuguese – você é deliciosa

Romanian – vă sunt delicioase

Russian – Вы вкусно

Spanish – que son deliciosas

Swedish – du är läcker

I thought my international readers would especially enjoy this.

Foodies and friends. I’m back using HootSuite.

Foodies and friends. I’m back using HootSuite in my attempt to streamline my tweets, 4sq, FB, and WordPress posts. I hope my pix show up.

A Trophy cupcake courtesy of Priscilla Anderson.

Finally…

…here’s the cinnamon swirl pecan and oatmeal cookie cake that I baked twice in one week. It goes great with chai tea, hot chocolate, and coffee. Believe me. I’ve tried all three combinations.

These were a lot of fun to make. I added organic blue agave and white chocolate coffee syrup to the last cake. The recipe will be up soon. I hope. 🙂

Does anyone know where this is?

Caramel and chocolate covered apples.

I’m guessing it’s some where in Seattle. My sister took this pic but maybe you’ll have the answer before she gets back to me. Those apples sure look good though.

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Problem solved: It’s the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory.