The tasty Korean dessert yakwa is a great companion to Seoul 1988 and Olympic Trials viewing. Plus a wonderful orange olive oil cake.
Author: Liz Whelan
It’s been a bit—sorry about that! It turns out launching a project you’ve been working on for a year can be … intense. But we’re back! Can a cookie dough change your entire perception of what a cookie can be? I would have said no before today. I would’ve been wrong. Our first recipe for […]
Our pindakoeken from Amsterdam get a second chance in a repechage round! Will these peanut cookies make the adjustments they need to make the finals?
In which we have a German cake and eat it too! Apples and cranberries feature in a pair of delicious bakes.
I’ve been excited to return to Canada, because I’ve loved looking for local recipes to try. It was an easy decision to try this blueberry-filled recipe!
I’ve been waiting for us to cover the London 2012 games, because I desperately wanted to make Lyle’s Apple Pie Flapjack recipe.
In which we discover Kaiserschmarrn and a new flour, and we exploit our chocolate chip stockpile for cookie experiments.
We discover the joy of Lusikkaleivat—with a little dash of agony—as we celebrate Helsinki 1952. Plus the lightest muffins we’ve ever eaten!
We’ve returned to Italy and this time I’m making a sweet treat, because honestly who doesn’t need more yummy sweet treats right now? (Admittedly I did make risotto earlier this week, and actually had to look up the recipe on the blog. 🤦♀️) It also seemed like a great time to finish off some slightly […]
Today I’m going to open the blog not with our baking escapades, but with a note about what’s going on in the world right now. There’s a virus leveling countries and economies. Things are pretty rough. We will make every effort to keep our posting schedule (as we had the year planned out to time […]