The Late Bloomers’ Club by Louise Miller: As Warm, Winning and Wonderful as They Come

It’s official: I’m packing up and moving to Guthrie, Vermont! Okay, so I can’t actually move to Guthrie because, well, it’s fictional, but after reading Louise Miller’s debut novel, The City Baker’s Guide to Country Living, two years ago, I fell truly, madly in love with everything about the quaint little town. Now, with her … More The Late Bloomers’ Club by Louise Miller: As Warm, Winning and Wonderful as They Come

Cooking My Way Through the Outlander Kitchen: Part 2

Can you believe it, Outlander fans? We’ve (almost) survived another droughtlander! The season three premiere is just a month away! Earlier this year, I blogged about my experiences of cooking my way through the Outlander Kitchen cookbook. Thanks to chef Theresa Carle-Sanders, I’ve added so many Outlander-inspired dishes to my regular cooking lineup. Roger and … More Cooking My Way Through the Outlander Kitchen: Part 2

The Coincidence of Coconut Cake by Amy E. Reichert: As Delicious As It Sounds

If there’s one thing in this world that I love almost as much as a truly delicious read, it’s a truly delicious dessert. I love to bake them, I love to smell them, and I love to eat them in a way that lets me find frosting in the crevices of my fingernails for hours. … More The Coincidence of Coconut Cake by Amy E. Reichert: As Delicious As It Sounds

The City Baker’s Guide to Country Living: One Delicious Read (and one delicious pie)

My white sundresses have officially been put away and my Facebook newsfeed is filled with kids in their way too adorable back-to-school outfits, so that can only mean one thing: It’s fall!!! Yes, I’m very excited about the prospect of boots and cute jackets in my near future, but more than that, I’m excited because … More The City Baker’s Guide to Country Living: One Delicious Read (and one delicious pie)