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Tea Time with Donsuemor

If you follow me on any social media, you may have seen my very freaked out statuses a few weeks ago. My dad had a heart attack on a quiet Wednesday, and survived, despite the odds being 98% in the favor of him not doing so. Since that quiet Wednesday, I have been taking stock …

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Lemonade Cheesecake

Maybe it’s just me, but the arrival of spring weather has me craving fruity, citrusy desserts. In recent years I’ve developed an increasing love for all things lemon. When I spotted this recipe for Lemonade Cheesecake on Sargento’s website, I knew I had to make it. When it comes to cheesecake, I much prefer fruity …

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Ghirardelli Stuffed Brownies

I’ve been in Texas since December 24th, and in terms of weather, it’s been absolutely blissful. Not even the teensiest threat of snow, I tell you! But of course, in true Murphy’s Law fashion, the northeast has had hardly a winter at all, with only one real sticking snowfall so far. But you know, no …

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Lemon Soufflé Puddings

Please welcome Casey from Good. Food. Stories. today. She’s been kind enough to guest post for me while I’ve got some family stuff going on. Casey is the biggest food enthusiast I’ve ever met. In terms of history, recipe development, and all around fabulous food, you couldn’t ask for a better source. She’s also an …

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Lemon Crinkle Cookies

This isn’t so much the case in San Antonio right now (where it’s a balmy 68 degrees), but around this time in New Jersey, I start to go a little sunshine-deprivation crazy. I start to crave citrus, sunshine, and time outdoors – even though it’s usually in the 20s. That’s where these Lemon Crinkle Cookies …

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Apple and Gooseberry Pie

You might be asking yourself just what in the Sam Hell a gooseberry is. I first had these tart little beauties at a tiny English Tea room in San Antonio, which is probably the oddest place in the world to have them. They really only grow in cold climates like England and the Northeastern Seaboard …

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Biscoff Bites

Roughly this time last year, I had some fun developing Pumpkin Spice Bites from Abby Johnson Dodge’s original Nutella Brownie Bites recipe. If you haven’t picked up Desserts 4 Today, really, what are you waiting for? That little book packs a powerful punch. So many recipes with so few ingredients! Abby really is a dessert …

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