Browsing Category : travel

White Trash S’mores Buns


Behold White Trash S’mores Buns! These beauties were 100% inspired by my recent trip to Alaska with Bake From Scratch magazine. We kayaked, we foraged, we baked, we were one with nature. And we also happened to stop by Two Sister’s Bakery in Homer and stuff our faces with delicious White Trash Buns filled with chocolate. We were obsessed. Brian (the…

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Radicchio With Crispy Bacon, Creamy Avocado, Tillamook White Cheddar Dijon Dressing & Jammy Six-Minute Eggs


Have you been to Oregon? More specifically, the Tillamook Creamery? More importantly, have you mingled with Tillamook cows? I mean, I don’t want to start off bragging…but I experienced all of these things several weeks back. I’ve been working with Tillamook throughout the past year and when they flew me out to hang with them for just shy of a week,…

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Travel | Argentina


This is part of a two-part post on my trip to Argentina with Lucini Italia to meet the growers (and learn more about) their Everyday Extra Virgin Olive OIl. Part One has the recipe for Dark Chocolate Alfajores With Olive Oil Dulce De Leche that was inspired by the trip. Part Two (here) is all about where we went and stayed…

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Calistoga


Little fairies sprinkled gold dust over my life in early December and suddenly I was in Calistoga, California rubbing shoulders with some of my favorite bloggers. Consider this your weekend guide if you’d like to eat your way through Calistoga … it’s a magical land. Calistoga, California Travel Guide We stayed at the Calistoga Guest Ranch and this was the…

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Thai Thai Scones


I have been thinking, musing, daydreaming and jotting down ideas about this scone for months. When my tai tai’s (read little bits about my tai tai’s here and here) were coming for a visit this summer I wanted to do something special for them. A little culinary gift, if you will. I thought this Thai Thai Scone would be that…

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Overnight Cinnamon Rolls


One of my nearest and dearest tai tais now lives only four and a half short hours away. We moved to Beijing within the same month and we left three years later within the same month. I’ll call her Tai Tai L since I’m not sure she wants her name out there in a APB. Tai Tai L and I…

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