Kringle, a traditional Danish pastry (the word actually means “pretzel”) is one of my very favorite holiday treats. I used to only be able to find it at Christmastime, when we would go to Wight’s Home and Garden on the day after Thanksgiving and pick out a Christmas ornament. They would always serve hot coffee… Continue reading Homemade Danish Kringle
In case you aren’t familiar with cronuts, I will define: they are a mythical dessert item in which a croissant and a donut fall in love and have a baby: The Cronut. Turns out, and this is not shocking, that cronuts are a very dangerous thing to have in your home. Not physically dangerous, of… Continue reading I Made Cronuts, yo!
Baking and blogging in January. The struggle is real, folks. The struggle is real. First off, it starts to get dark here around 2pm. I’m not a photographer and I don’t have any fancy equipment, so it is imperative that I have natural daylight to get good pictures. In the summer, I can do this… Continue reading Chocolate Almond Braid and Blogging in January