Archive for November 2018

Lemon Curd

lemon curd on angel food cake on white plate

Lemon Curd I’m slightly ashamed to say I first fell in love with lemon curd because of Marie Callender’s. The lemon meringue pie was a favorite of mine. The combination of a tart, tangy, and slightly sweet lemon curd made me weak at the knees. My lemon curd is a take on my childhood favorite…

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Career Change

I became a public school teacher 6 years ago. It has been a hard 6 years.  To tell you the truth, I think I’m a decent teacher. I build real, trusting relationships with my students, work tirelessly to differentiated my lessons and have produced great test scores. But am I happy teaching? No. I am…

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The Best Chocolate Cake

chocolate cake on white plate

The Best Chocolate Cake The first time I made Ian Garten’s chocolate cake, I about died and went to heaven. But since I have really high standards for chocolate cake, I tweaked it a bit. I’ve been baking my version of her chocolate cake for years, and each time I make it people always exclaim…

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Parsons’ Bakery

donut with chocolate frosting and colorful sprinkles from parsons bakery

Parsons’ Bakery This past weekend, the four of us went on a drive to Bountiful. Why in the world would I go to Bountiful? Well, it was to stuff my face with all things sweet from Parsons’ Bakery. Even though it was only the four of us, I bought enough to feed a family of…

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