Monthly Archives: December 2014

Make It or Fake It

In a time crunch? If you need a great dessert to finish out celebrating the holidays, go to Scandia Bakery (Looks like the the rest of the world did, judging by the table piled high with fulfilled orders at Sonoma’s … Continue reading

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It’s a Dog’s Life

Some just get lucky. Others assume it is their God-given right.

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Crisp, White and Beloved the World Over

No this is not another Armenian riddle. These little fried strips of dough that are dusted with powdered sugar apparently make frequent celebratory appearances under different names on Norwegian, Russian, Italian, and Austrian dessert tables. I recently embarked on a … Continue reading

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Yum!

It got eaten so fast, only the glasses remained! My newly created recipe for rice pudding is so easy and so delicious, it was over before I could get the camera out. I wanted to make a comfort dessert to … Continue reading

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