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The Week After

Over the last couple of months I've been sharing the Quilters Color Mixer on Creative Spark. This live event happened on Thursday last. Jean Wells brings such a depth of experience and her keynote was that and more. The quilts she shared, the inspiration leading to the quilts and her own desire to play with… Continue reading The Week After

baking, beauty, coffee

Of Newsletters and Cinnamon Rolls

Over the weekend I decided to migrate my newsletter from Constant Contact to MailChimp. On the homepage there is a newsletter link. I appreciate you taking the time to sign up. Over the weekend I made 4 batches of cinnamon rolls. I use the Sweet Dough Recipe from the King Arthur Flour 200th Anniversary Cookbook… Continue reading Of Newsletters and Cinnamon Rolls

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Ruined: The Angel Food Cake Saga

Baking is my first creative love beginning with the staff of life, bread. Oh how I enjoy kneading the dough until it's just the right consistency then there's that yeasty build up from the moment it goes into the oven when dough and heat combine preparing the bread for consumption. Waiting until the bread has… Continue reading Ruined: The Angel Food Cake Saga

baking, piecing, quilt, quilting, Teri Lucas

Friday! Friday!

I'm baking these today: We're going to see old friends on Sunday for dinner and I'm bringing dessert. Something chocolaty and decadent. I'm taking the added step of drizzling them in chocolate ganache for a more decadent dessert. It's been a while since I've baked like this so it'll be so much fun. Then… Continue reading Friday! Friday!

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Sour is good. I baked the other day. It wasn't my worst baking hour, and not my best either. The other day we picked up yeast, King Arthur All-Purpose Flour, and King Arthur Bread Flour. About a year ago I got rid of a sour I'd been holding onto that was long neglected and gone.… Continue reading Sour

baking, cleaning, family, I did it again

the other night I had a kitchen mishap

Oh now before anyone gets all concerned and fussy over me. No I did not cut myself with any of the sharp knives we keep in the block or the cheap serrated knives we keep in the really good cheese grater. No, I had the kind of mishap that only happens when I'm in the… Continue reading the other night I had a kitchen mishap