A moist but structured white sponge cake, and the creamiest buttercream you’ll ever make… Full disclosure; today’s post was supposed to be a recipe for some very Bonfire Night appropriate Smores Brownies (*sigh* they were going to be so good! If you’re looking for some Bonfire Bakes then check out this post…). But, the truth […]
A sweet, springy dough perfect for rolling around a sticky apple and cinnamon filling. Top with whatever topping you fancy – whether that’s cream cheese frosting, sugar glaze, or the cinnamon-spiced icing I went for here – and scoff ideally within a couple of days. As with most homemade bakes, they’re best scoffed fresh out of the oven. 🙂
The whole anti-aging game has always felt a little “Death Becomes Her” to me (Remember that movie? One of my all time faves!). Isn’t it all just really, really expensive snake oil, and in the end a bit… pointless? I’m not afraid of wrinkles – aging is a privilege, after all – but I wouldn’t mind holding off the effects for just a little while longer. So over the past six months or so I’ve been swotting up on the ingredients of various anti-aging products and learning a little bit about what they claim to do, and then picked some inexpensive but highly-rated products from the pool to slip into my daily skin routine.
I get asked a lot, “Why Florida?” Why do I go back year after year when I could be exploring somewhere new for my summer vaycay. And I guess the answer is; I don’t want to go anywhere else – not for my relaxing summer holiday anyway. Southwest Florida is home – in a way.
It’s officially the first day of Autumn, and officially – in my book anyway – the start of the best season of the year. One of the best bits about coming home from holiday (aside from being reunited with my favourite fur-ball, obviously) was the thought of coming home to chunky knits, boots (ones that are perfect for stomping on perfectly crunchy leaves), cold air and lots and lots of baking involving apples…