Many thanks for all your hard work. I have made several of your recipes and everything is so delicious. I love your photos and writing style as well. You truly deserve 5 stars !
Joy my friend got me hooked to your website a little over a month ago. Since than i have tried nearly ten reciepes and have oogoled every day at the yummy food you bake….I particularly love drooling over all the chocolatey deserts! I searched you reciepe index and could not find a reciepe for lemon bars! They are my very favorite and though I have tried countless reciepes i have never been able to perfect one. Please relieve me from the agony of having to go without lemon bars and post a reciepe for some fantastic bars on here! Much thanks.
Wow, All kinds of recipes with practically all of my favorite flavors– Persimmons..mmmyummm, Avocado.. in heaven…Coconut.. ohhh yeahhh….lemon.. raspberry.. almonds.. pumpkin.. nut milks.. ohhhh my.. Thanks for such a great site! Much appriciated! Can’t wait to get started.
I’ve just stumbled across your blog and I can honestly say, no blog has ever made me more excited and more happy about food. Ever. I’ve never been on a food site where every single recipe has been appealing – there’s nothing on here that doesn’t make me feel hungry…
My only criticism? You’re blog will contribute to the amount of weight I’m going to put on in my attempt to cook the recipes on here..
I was looking through your recipe index, and I can’t seem to find some of the posts/recipes that used to be on here :( I tried finding the homemade kettle corn (just regular kettle corn, not the maple bacon one)…but I can’t seem to locate it anywhere. I also remember there being a bread recipe I wanted to try. I don’t remember the exact name, but it involved cutting dough into little pieces, then covering them with cinnamon and sugar, and maybe then pressing them into muffin tins? If you removed them for some reason, I guess I should have tried out the recipes sooner, but just thought I’d see if there was anyway to get them listed back on the recipe index.
I was also looking for the cinnamon sugar pull apart muffin recipe (from March, 2009, I think). Is there any way you could repost it? (or email, or something?) My family has requested them for Easter Brunch, and I’d hate to disappoint :(
Love your blog! You have great taste! :)
Can’t wait to go home and cook!!
I have to say, I am quite glad that I stumbled (literally.StumbleUpon is a great discovery.) onto your blog. I’ve been reading it for the past hour or so and printing recipes left and right. I’ll be very busy in the kitchen this weekend thanks to you :)
I wandered your site for almost an hour, it’s a wonderful blog and you should be very proud of it.
Oh my goodness! You are adorable. Yes, Adorable. I positively love you blog, I stumbeled accross it today on my lunch break and now I am hooked I just have to keep reading. Your posts are delightful. and so very fun.
I enjoy so much reading your blog! Your comments are as interesting as your recipes!
I was wondering… Do you have somewhere a “Nanaimo Bars” recipe? You who loves chocolate, butter, vanilla and coconut, I am sure you enjoy this kind of snack…
Thanks for sharing your enthousiasm about everything sugary!
I know everyone loves chocolate and Peanuts, try these bars…there to die for.
MMMMM—– Recipe via Meal-Master ™ v8.01
Title: CHOCOLATE PEANUT BUDDY BARS
Categories: Bar cookies, Cookies, Chocolate, Pnut butter
Yield: 48 servings
1 c Peanut butter
6 tb Soft butter
1 1/2 c Sugar
1 ts Vanilla
1 c Flour
1/4 ts Salt
1 pk Nestle Chocolate Chips(12 oz
Preheat oven to 350 F In large bowl, blend peanut butter and butter
until smooth. Add sugar, eggs and vanilla, beat until creamy. Blend
in flour and salt. Stir in 1 cup chips. Spread into ungreased 13×9
inch pan. Bake 25-30 minutes, or until edges begin to brown.
Immediately sprinkle remaining chocolate chips on. Let stand 5
minutes until morsels become shiny and soft. Spread evnly over top.
Cool completely. cut into 1 1/2 inch bars.
I just gave you my posting for the day,all about your blog.I am starting today on trying to bake your goodies.The first is the Cinnamon pull apart bread.I hope you are perfectly okay with me posting your photso and recipes,if not I am very sorry and I will remove them at your request.
That is going to be the first recipe I try to! I can’t wait to see how it turns out :)
My *only* criticism about your blog?
You don’t include weights.
A good baker – be she self taught or nay – weighs not by the cup but by the gram.
And what many people don’t realise is that a cup in the US is not the same cup as, say, in Australia.
Your recipes do not translate as well as they should from system to system.
Please start including grams or, if you must, even ounces will do.
Baking is more of an art, and less of a science. It’s Joy’s party, and she can measure however she wants to measure! Sure a cup isn’t standardized around the world, but neither is the size of every large egg exactly the same. Experimenting with recipes is the fun of baking (in my opinion)! You can use Google to convert measurements, as well.
Baking question…can I substitute at least half of the AP flour in most baked goods type recipes with whole wheat and not change the integrity of the finished product?
it depends on the recipe. trial and error is the best method.
I loved your raspberry buttermilk scones and made them last week- so tasty. Thank you for your recipe! But now I have been unable to fimd the recipe again to copy it down? Can you tell me how to find it?
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