Banana Cream Pie

25 Mar 19
Crumb Top Baking

Orange Pineapple Nice Cream Pops are an easy, no-fuss banana ice cream dessert. They’re made with just five ingredients and taste like orange pineapple ice cream! This post is sponsored in conjunction with #SpringSweetsWeek. I received free product from Barlean’s to create this recipe. All opinions are my own. Thanks for supporting the brands that […]

25 Mar 19
the Carbon Freeze

I really like late ’60s psychedelic rock and sunshine pop as well as early ’70s progressive rock and avant garde music. That said, sometimes the classics in these genres (Jimi Hendrix, the Association, Pink Floyd, etc) can get somewhat boring after listening for the hundredth time. So I made a habit of checking out the […]

25 Mar 19
nomandnommer

Hey everyone! Please excuse my temporary absence from the blog but I was kind of busy….GETTING MARRIED AND MOVING TO A NEW COUNTRY. Yes, it’s true. I have finally married my culinary soul mate and left the wonders of Serbia behind for a new adventure in Budapest, Hungary! Milan found new work and currently I […]

25 Mar 19
Kate's Recipe Box

This post is sponsored in conjunction with #SpringSweetsWeek. I received product samples from sponsor companies to help in the creation of the #SpringSweetsWeek recipes. All opinions are mine alone. Welcome to #SpringSweetsWeek 2019 hosted by Heather from Hezzi-D’s Books and Cooks and Christie from A Kitchen Hoor’s Adventures! What better way to celebrate the coming […]

25 Mar 19
Out of Town Blog

There’s more to M Bakery than meets the eye – from breakfast muffins to cheesecakes and scones, there’s a dessert for every craving you have Bonifacio Global City, Philippines – Indulging in some sweet treats from time to time should not be taken against anyone. Oftentimes, we turn to desserts and pastries after a long […]

25 Mar 19

We all have it: that one place we lived or constantly visit that feels like it’s just home. For EJ and I, returning to Napa gives us all the feelings.  You know, when you drive through the city you just know you’re suppose to be there, you’ve got all your favorite spots, and upon turning […]

24 Mar 19

Homemade banana custard in a from-scratch pie shell.  Topped with fresh whipped cream and layered with fresh bananas. 9 inch pie

24 Mar 19
Think and Bee Happy

Let me preface this by saying, I’m not a huge fan of pancakes. I don’t know why, I just have never been. But I decided to make some pancakes but with a little twist, banana bread pancakes! That is a mixture I can get on board with. These pancakes are awesome. I was going for a […]

24 Mar 19
Life of PIe

We all know that pie is one of our greatest inventions as a human race. Even for those of us who don’t require dessert after every meal, it can be tough to turn down a slice of pie. Summertime feels like pie season to us, and so in honor of the impending official first day […]

24 Mar 19

Funny & True Stories - Not Always Right

I work for a very busy bakery where we make pies with fresh fruit and cream. This the most irate customer that I have ever had. Customer: I need to talk to the manager there is something wrong with my pie Cashier: I can help you – what seems to be the problem? Customer: “no […]

24 Mar 19
Baked Comfort Food

You could be the attack of the celebration when you arrive with any of the dishes in casseroles & beyond. My favorites include Chicken-and-Rice Casserole, Scalloped Apples With Pork, Saucy Manicotti, Taco Casserole, and Twice-Baked Mashed Potatoes. A story approach to comfort food to bakedcomfortfood! Sops & Stews includes two variations of chicken soup: Chicken-and-Wild […]

23 Mar 19
opentest20's blogs

Melbourne Ice Cream Vans specialises in Ice Cream Van Rent, with a fleet of vans available for any event or competition that you want. This is the pitch: vanilla flavored ice cream and cashews with a black raspberry ribbon. Three scoops of made with Snickers ice cream, crushed Snickers pieces fraps and caramel layers, topped […]

23 Mar 19
Home of the Croslands

Yesterday was such an amazing day.  I will write more about it in my next post, but one of the things we did was go by the Farmer’s Market in our “big town” yesterday. I met someone in person that I am friends with on Facebook that lives near our little town.  She knew who […]

23 Mar 19
cosmosolive

When my fam left me at the entrance of Quadrant Halls and I just burst into tears like what…I was really gonna miss them ??? Totally didn’t care about the 50 pre-drinkers also present. FRESHERS WEEK – wandering around the campus, our main aim towards the freebies. Then collecting dominos free pizza. My first ever […]

23 Mar 19
Summer Setting

The first time I ever met a “Belgian Waffle” was at the 1964 World’s Fair in New York, which opened almost 55 years ago, on April 22, 1964.  What I didn’t realize then was that this Belgian dish, developed by Maurice and Rose Vermersch for the fair—sizzled at 500°F. in cast-iron waffle makers and selling […]

23 Mar 19
The Denver Post
Sassafras American Eatery is moving from West 26th Avenue to West 32nd Avenue. North Denver residents will still be able to have their fried green tomato Benedicts and banana cream pie milkshakes when a popular local brunch spot switches neighborhoods next month. With two locations near downtown and one more in Golden, Sassafras American Eatery is packing up its little Jefferson Park restaurant within a house and starting fresh in a much bigger Highland restaurant within a house, just a mile north. The new Sassafras should open by mid-April in a spot that was most recently home to Solitaire restaurant, which closed late last summer. Before that, Highland’s Garden Cafe operated there for two decades. Customers have until March 24 to dine one last time in the old Sassafras. With the move, the eatery will more than double its seating for breakfast and lunch. The original Sassafras American Eatery at 2637 W. 26th Ave. will close after brunch service on Sunday, March 24. It will reopen in Highland in April. “This will allow us to just serve more people and, honestly, elevate the experience,” co-owner Julia Grother said. She and partner Richard Stewert were debating renovating Sassafras’ first location when she drove by 32nd Avenue and saw a “for lease” sign out front. Grother had been eyeing the property years earlier, but the timing hadn’t been right. [related_articles location=”right” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] “It was just truly serendipity,” Grother said. “I’m hopeful that since we’re only moving a mile away, all of our regular guests and anyone who’s been a fan will just go over there.” Starting in April at Sassafras Highland, customers can put their names in for brunch and head to the waiting room for cocktails or to an outdoor fire pit for roasting marshmallows. Seating will be scattered around the house and two patios, with an upstairs reserved for special events. Chef Colin Mallet, originally from Louisiana, will serve his usual beignets, boudin balls, po’ boys and other Cajun specialties. An old GMC truck sits outside of Solitaire restaurant in north Denver. Solitaire closed at 3927 W. 32nd Ave. in August. Slightly less Cajun but still on the menu are breakfast milkshakes in flavors like chocolate dipped bacon, Cinnamon Toast and Cap’n Crunch, which makes Sassafras the second offbeat cereal bar to open recently in the neighborhood: FNG across the street douses its bowls in rumchata and Irish cream. Check back for an official Sassafras reopening date.