Recipe: Pannukakkua Cake Joyous news, I actually made something really, really good this week. I followed the very simple pound cake ratio (which is 1:1:1:1 with eggs, butter, flour, and sugar) and the results were pretty stellar. (I also threw in some half-and-half, because the batter was a little thick and I didn’t have any milk… Continue reading Pannukakkua Cake and Literary Works on Home/Family
No video this week because I’m exhausted, hence why I’ve not been blogging as much lately. For once in my life, I don’t want to go into gratuitous details on the internet. This week, I made a very basic sugar cookie recipe with pumpkin spice frosting for my stupid best friend’s 27th birthday party. Here… Continue reading Literary Friendships, Basic Bitch Cookies, and Why Pumpkin Flavor is a Lie!
When PokemonGo came out, I remember spending a night alone in my studio apartment laughing uncontrollably. A memory surfaced that was not, by any means, about anything actually funny or clever. You must understand, however, I was remembering it through the lens of a 10-year-old. It was one of those oddly restorative memories that manages to… Continue reading Guilty Pleasures Are Not A Thing
I learned three things from this week’s baking endeavor: I really need to learn more about baking ratios so I stop making enough food for four people. Every time I fall in love with a French author, I’m either coming out of, going into, or in the middle of some major life depression (except for… Continue reading Clafoutis Pie: French Literature Breaks my Brain
(I have decided to do a random post every other Thursday, unrelated to baking, imbibing, or healing from abuse, that details something that I can’t get out of my mind. Here is the first installment. I hope you enjoy.) I can’t stop thinking about Dani Mathers. For those of you who missed it, Dani Mathers… Continue reading Every Other Thursday: On Dani Mathers
After last week’s baking experiment, my friend Chelsea challenged me to list my top 5 works on madness and make a baked good related to that theme. My list turned out great! The baked goods… well… just watch the video below: As it turns out, there’s a huge, huge, huge, HUGE difference between adding an… Continue reading On Egg Whites and Insanity
Because the updates on my healing process felt out of place in the last post, and because I am having all the feelings right now, here is an impromptu post on my current mental state. Baking and books will return Monday (hopefully, maybe Monday after next…). I still have them. I had one Monday. I… Continue reading Impromptu Post: Bad Days