What Smells Better than Simmering Apples?

Simmering strawberries might smell a little better than simmering apples. But they’re both scents from Heaven. Maple syrup doesn’t really float my boat…or my French toast, which is why I drizzle fruity sweetness on my pancakes or French toast. And this past weekend I didn’t only make one fruit sauce. I made two. Apples in cinnamon… Continue reading What Smells Better than Simmering Apples?

Citrus Fruit Dip for Front Range Foodies

Every month I meet up with other Colorado food lovers who are members of The Front Range Food Bloggers. The hostesses with the mostesses, Barb at Vino Luci Style (the same generous gal who is offering the Diptock giveaway) and Andrea at Fork Fingers Chopsticks, lead the conversation for the meeting whether it be photography, SEO,… Continue reading Citrus Fruit Dip for Front Range Foodies

Caramel Sauce Drama

Happy Thanksgiving! To celebrate the holiday I made my first pie–a banana cream pie with homemade whipped cream and a caramel drizzle. Forget that it took close to four hours to make (when you factor in research, shopping, and cooking/baking); making your own pie comes with rewards. Who knew Thanksgiving could be so much fun?… Continue reading Caramel Sauce Drama

Three Holiday Pumpkin Dip Recipes

I know. Three! I’ve always liked the holidays for the food. Now that I’m slightly obsessed with dips, I adore the holidays. And it’s all because of the pumpkin dips. A couple weeks back, I made a sweet pumpkin dip for Dipstock and so did three other Dipstock participants. Below you’ll find all three of… Continue reading Three Holiday Pumpkin Dip Recipes

Autumn-Themed Dips and Sauces

With autumn well underway and the holidays at our doorstep, it’s only natural that you’d want to make pumpkin, squash, and other harvest-y dips and sauces. I know I do and so do many other food bloggers that I follow on FoodBuzz and Twitter. A few fall-inspired sauce and dip recipes have really stood out… Continue reading Autumn-Themed Dips and Sauces

Raspberry Sauce Surprisingly Tart and Other Fun Facts

Did you know raspberries improve brain function? Did you know that the average-sized raspberry could have 50 seeds? Raspberries are considered a super food. You know, one of those foods that’s so packed full of antioxidants and other goodness that you’re silly not to eat it often. I try to keep a bag of frozen… Continue reading Raspberry Sauce Surprisingly Tart and Other Fun Facts