I love to bake. And any dessert that has berries in it is my favorite. Many of you have already tried my Berry Cobbler Recipe. I decided it might be fun to make a mixed berry pie and I am so happy how my pie turned out!
The weather has cooled off a bit and my home smells fabulous from my Pumpkin Spice candle from Antique Candleworks. This feeling of fall has arrived at our home and I am motivated to cook! I am thrilled that today I have teamed up with six bloggers to share fifteen fabulous pumpkin recipes. I cannot wait to try them all myself.
Yum. I love Pumpkin Ravioli with Sage Brown Butter Sauce. Especially when the pasta is homemade. So today I got out my Kitchen Aid mixer and made some fresh ravioli. And I didn’t even use a recipe.
Cooking tips are my favorite thing to share. Today I want to share how I learned to create my own recipes. For the longest time, I thought I was a really good cook. Don’t get me wrong, I have always been proud of the fact that I am a good cook. I love to cook and I love trying new recipes. But here is the problem. I was a really good cook that cooked from recipes. That isn’t very impressive. Fortunately, that changed a few years ago.
I have been obsessed with Meyer lemons for quite some time. I love to cook with them, make beverages with them and drop a section of a fresh Meyer lemon in my vodka tonic. When I was asked to participate in a Summer Sips blog tour, I knew I wanted to highlight some of my favorite Meyer lemon drinks.
Every year, our family holds a contest to determine our favorite summer cocktail. Typically, our three grown sons (ages 27, 25 and 24) submit the entries and I am the judge. That seems fair enough. Right?
Last year, we all submitted cocktails. I created an aqua colored margarita for our beach house, which matched the decor. Obviously, my drink won.