I’m a tea kinda gal as you all know, and as comforting as a cup of tea is at any time of the day, this time of year there are days when it’s just too darn hot to even think about boiling a kettle. And that’s when it’s time to think about iced tea. I love the iced passion tea lemonade that Starbucks makes but,
Whenever I need to remove myself from the world, for whatever reason, I either pick up a camera, or immerse myself in the kitchen. Either choice is better than my natural instinct, which is to pick up my dog, get in my truck and drive until the road ends (in other words, run away). There is an odd similarity between photography and cooking or baking.
O. M. G. I know what you’re thinking… could she actually be posting a recipe post??? Like I said, O. M. G, I know! Crazy, wild wacky stuff. [pinit] I have to tell you, I actually made these 3 weeks ago. They’re long gone. In fact, there are no cookies in this house. No baked goods of any kind except for a loaf of bread
One of the benefits of my job is, I have a lot of creative clients. This makes me ridiculously happy for many reasons. But, here’s one of the best reasons: I get to do totally fun stuff with them that I wouldn’t get to do if I still worked in a corporate office. My first experience with this was a couple of years ago, when
The first time I remember having lemon curd was when I was 15 and visiting England for the second time. (My first trip was when I was two. All I remember was I had a jigsaw puzzle that I got to do on the plane and I think it came in a tin. I still love jigsaw puzzles…) I’d been wanting to go to London