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Lavender Shortbread Cookies with Lemon Sugar Crust

Lavender smells like the beginning of summer. When I moved to Davis almost exactly three years ago, I remember wandering around the farmer’s market for the first time and buying a bunch of lavender. 680 more words



What’s not to like about rhubarb pie? I can already hear you saying, “The rhubarb.”  The world seems to be divided into two camps: those (like me) who love rhubarb, and those who would rather eat just about any other fruit or vegetable. 603 more words


Boba or Bubble Milk Tea

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Let Everyone Eat Cake!

Ok, so I don’t do dessert often, but I definitely have a sweet tooth now and then. Some desserts can be prepared more healthily than others; take… 1,052 more words


Rich and Creamy Ginger Scones

I love all things ginger, so it should come as no surprise that these rich and creamy ginger scones were like heaven to me. They fall under the category of quickbreads, so these were ready to eat in about an hour and a half. 386 more words

Bread Bible


Pi Day was first celebrated in 1988 at the San Francisco Exploratorium, and continues to be recognized and commemorated the world over, not only by math enthusiasts, but by many people who simply want an excuse to eat pie, and enjoy the day consuming  the delicious edible orbs – from savory to sweet. 365 more words



Here is a recipe that came from the Ladies’ Home Journal.  It’s a great way to use up apples.  I have made this as a cake, a loaf and also as muffins. 204 more words