Tis the season of cookies exchanges! I’ve had so many friends requesting recipes to use for cookie exchanges they are participating in. I’ve never been part of one, but I frequently share my Perfectly Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe because it is so easy to make and if you need to make a lot of cookies, easy is so important!
I have never been a fan of spicy foods. I don’t understand why people want to eat foods that cause physical pain. But recently I discovered that often those spicy foods also have a really delicious flavor. I decided I needed to build my tolerance to spice because I am missing out on so many amazing foods and flavors by avoiding it.
Did you read my post about our trip to Phoenix earlier this year? If not, check it out here! If so, you may remember the part about basically the most amazing cinnamon rolls on the face of this planet. (If you’re in Phoenix and have not had a cinnamon roll from Phoenix Public Market & Cafe, stop everything and go RIGHT NOW.)
Last year I discovered that Marshmallow Fluff is from Somerville, a city right outside of Boston, and that every year Somerville has a Fluff Festival. I also found out that this festival has a baking contest, so of course I have to enter. If you didn’t see my entry from last year, I made these.
So I know these National food days get out of hand, but bear with me here. Sunday is National German Chocolate Cake. It’s also my dad’s birthday. And German Chocolate Cake is his favorite cake. Is your mind blown?! Mine was. But maybe that’s because I’ve known his favorite is German Chocolate Cake for a long time, but only recently discovered that the official holiday is on the same day as his birthday! Continue Reading