If you are a regular reader of “Life is Sweet,” you will know I love all things lemon.
Sometimes you search for a new recipe to try and find something so tasty you automatically know you’ll make it again.
While people spend more time at home during the pandemic, baking new things has been something many have given a try.
I recently took a stroll down memory lane – I scrolled through the photos on my phone.
It’s Easter Sunday and all the dinner preparations probably are well in hand. But there’s still time for a colorful springtime snack to make with the family in-between egg hunts.
When I was teaching food classes, the very first recipe my students would prepare were No-Bake Cookies.
Mark your calendars for the opening days of our local farm markets.
Easter is next Sunday and one thing I remember from Easter family gatherings as a child was some variety of fluff salad.
I often bring up the love-hate relationship I have with bread. I love to eat it but hate to make it.
Can you believe Easter is just two weeks away?
St. Patrick’s Day is Wednesday. In my family, it’s better known as St. Pat’s Day.
Spring is so close we can almost taste it.
This time of year has to be Cookie Monster’s favorite season. The reason? It’s Girl Scout cookie season.
During last month’s ice/snow storm, I found myself doing a little more baking than usual.
Everyone is talking about it these days. Yep, it’s how to keep your immune system healthy.
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