I have a column that runs in the Community Voices, once per month. Hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoyed writing them!
I’ve been making these cookies for a few years and are always a huge hit. One particular math teacher loves the cookies down to her toes! Continue reading
Taste of Christmas Sugar Cookies
I’m giving you a double whammy of recipes today, because I never got a chance to write one out yesterday.
My Taste of Christmas Sugar Cookies are a lazy way to make a sophisticated cookie. Continue reading
On a recent trip to Pennsylvania, I bought many packages of graham crackers for a great price at an Amish store. I didn’t want them to go stale, so I brainstormed ways to use them. This cookie recipe is one of the ways I used them, and I’m so glad I did! These cookies are delicious, especially with my homemade jelly in the center. Continue reading
Oatmeal Iced Cookies
I LOVE baking during the holidays! Every year, I try new cookie recipes, and end up with an abundance of cookies. Don’t worry, I don’t eat them all :), and thankfully they make great gifts, even for the mail-person. Continue reading
Deep in the forest among the towering redwoods, is a village. The village is constructed from discarded items, cans, clothing, radios, boxes, wheels, and any other usable item that people deemed as trash.
Discarded produce is ground up and used as the richest compost to grow the largest and freshest fruits and vegetables anyone has ever laid eyes on, but only one or two people have ever laid eyes on them. The sewing, reaping and looking belong to the growers of the produce. The ones that find a useful purpose for discarded things are small ancient creatures. Continue reading
I love a good hamburger, and I especially love all the fixings piled on top. This burger is super easy, yummy, and has a little topping twist that you might not have thought to place on a burger…but you will be glad you did! Continue reading