Listen. Easter is tomorrow and while I don’t usually post on Saturday I wanted to share this last-minute idea with you for cooking the eggs you probably haven’t decorated yet! If you are lazy like me, and HATE to hard boil eggs, this post is for you! I just tried baking eggs in the oven and I think it’s genius! Earlier today I realized that Easter is this Sunday! And
Growing up, panoramic sugar eggs were an Easter tradition! And now I want to share how to make them with you! Have you ever made Panoramic Sugar Easter Eggs? My mom and I had so much fun posting about the candy bar trains we used to make at Christmas that we thought we would share these super fun Panoramic Sugar Eggs too. They are a bit time-consuming, and pretty fragile, but
*This post is sponsored by King’s Hawaiian. All opinions are mine! So I have a thing with Monte Cristo sandwiches. My mom and I used to head to a restaurant in South Coast Plaza (anyone remember Magic Pan?!) for their Monte Cristo’s, salads with raspberry vinaigrette and delicious rosemary bread. It is where I fell in love with the salty and sweet sandwiches. And now when I see them on
Oh yeah. These Blood Orange Sorbet Gin Floats are perfect for spring. These would fit perfectly in an Easter Brunch and work just as well in the evening as a before dinner drink. Yes I said before dinner. Sorbet is acceptable any time of day, don’t you know. If you love gin and tonics, then you will love this drink. And the blood orange sorbet adds such a nice sweetness.
So I’m trying out a new idea. I’ve been wanting to do a series of entertaining ideas shot at night. I love to do things that are more conceptual and non-traditional and have always been afraid to do it because I didn’t know how you all would respond. Also, I am an amateur photographer at best and I didn’t know if I’d be able to pull it off. I think
Ever heard of Colomba? It’s the Italian Easter cake you’ve probably never heard of! If you love panettone or olive oil cakes, you’ll love this one! It’s the perfect addition to your Easter brunch.Do you serve the same thing for Easter brunch every year? While most of us have traditions that we like to stick to, I usually like to try something new as well. I knew that panettone was
I really like to knot things. And I can’t stop. I’ve used this particular knot for garlands, I’ve used them for hanging balloons and now I’m using knots for these Knotted Yarn Bracelets. These DIY bracelets are easy, they look cool and I just plain like them.For these knotted bracelets, you just need yarn and scissors. For tutorial purposes I’m showing you how to make them with just one piece