I know, French macarons. We've all heard the horror stories of how hard they are to make. But they are also absolutely gorgeous, look great on a dessert table, and where I come from, cost about $3.50 per macaron. So maybe I need to rethink my fear of trying. :)
To help me, I asked macaron expert and professional baker, Chris Roberson of Frostine Bakery. She makes hundreds of macarons, so if anyone knows how to do it, she does. She's shared not only her recipe but her trade secrets. Thank you, Chris, our lips are sealed (except for the fact that I'm posting it)!
2020 has started in the best possible way with the most amazing parties that you don't want to miss. We have the most fabulous boho-chic sweet 16 decorated with beautiful teepees and an impressive balloon garland. You are so going to love it!
Don't miss out on the other stunning parties that mark the beginning of the new decade, such as Fornite, which continues to be a huge hit and a really popular boy party theme.
Ooh la la! I saw Heather L's Pink Parisian Patisserie Party and I was swooning -- all that pink, all those treats, all those fluffy pom poms!
Have you heard of "no knead" bread? It is the easiest bread to make because there's virtually no work involved. You mix the four ingredients together and let the dough rise for 12-24 hours, fold it up, put it in a hot hot hot dutch oven for 45 minutes, and you've got delicious bread.
We discovered "no knead" bread on the Mark Bittman iPhone app, "How to Cook Everything." This app is a lifesaver because you can look up ingredients for recipes on your phone while shopping at the supermarket. And seriously, with this app, you can cook everything.